Unbeaten middleweight Billy Joe Saunders continues to edge ever closer to his dream of becoming the first of travelling stock to win a boxing world title.

A 2008 Beijing Olympian at the age of just 18, the brilliant Hatfield southpaw has already cruised to Southern Area, Commonwealth, British and Intercontinental honours as a pro.
At the age of 21 and with just 34 pro rounds on his perfect 8-0 (4) slate, Harrow Weald super-featherweight Mitchell Smith is already honing in on the major titles.

If the former ABA champion's talent is incontestable, his application has been rather less so. But following a wake-up call in his first 10 rounder against Scott Moises last September, 'the Baby Faced Assassin' began to get his act together.


Posted on 16 July 2014 in Interviews
2012 English ABA champion Louis Adolphe finally makes his pro debut at the York Hall this Wednesday in a four rounder.

The 22 year old Wimbledon welter graduated from the highly regarded Earlsfield ABC academy with several national honours and England vests and now hopes his slick skills can take him to the big titles and big money as a pro.


Posted on 14 July 2014 in Interviews
Six foot four inch light-heavyweight Kirk Garvey believes it won't be too long before he's towering over Britain's 175lb division.

The 22 year old from Clapham, south London bagged 11 national amateur titles – including the 2012 senior English ABA crown – and once scalped Olympic medallist Anthony Ogogo.
Winchmore Hill super-middle Frank Buglioni believes that his unscripted stoppage loss to teak tough Belarusian Sergey Khomitsky at the Copper Box last April has actually accelerated his passage to the major titles he covets.

The sixth round stoppage loss highlighted a few flaws that needed correcting yet might not have been identified against less taxing, less stubborn opposition.
Reigning IBF bantamweight king Stuey Hall believes the time has come for those within the industry to pay him his props.

The 34 year old from Darlington is presently in the richest vein of form of his six year, 20 fight pro career and enters Saturday's civil war with Ellesmere Port's Paul Butler as the naturally bigger, more seasoned fighter. Yet despite profiting from home court at Newcastle's Metro Radio Arena, Stuey knows he'll enter the ring as a sizeable underdog with the bookies and a rank outsider with most of the media.


Posted on 10 May 2014 in Interviews
Birmingham lightweight Joe Costello conquered Europe as a schoolboy boxer and tomorrow evening he begins a campaign that he hopes will bring world domination as a professional.

A four time national junior champion from a fighting family, 20 year old Joe has inhabited boxing gyms since he was at infant school.
Chorley light-welter Jack Catterall is acutely aware of the sacrifices and standards needed to fulfil his dream of becoming a world champion prizefighter.

The Lee Beard trained southpaw has profited from extensive sparring with world grade operators such as Argenis Mendez, Amir Khan and Kell Brook, not to mention sabbaticals inside the hardened US gyms of New York and Miami.
Liverpool lightweight Derry Mathews refuses to allow his upset loss to Stephen Ormond last December to extinguish his dream of challenging for a world title.

After a five month sabbatical to permit his ailing hands to mend, the 30 year old former British and two-time Commonwealth champion gets back on his horse this weekend. At the Olympia, in his home city, he challenges Walsall's Martin Gethin for his old domestic title.
Argentine bull Marcos Maidana aims to gorge the best matador in the business this weekend when he confronts Floyd 'Money' Mayweather in a welterweight unification fight at the MGM Grand, Las Vegas.

Forty-five have previously tried to trap phantom Floyd over the past 17 years and all have failed miserably as the Nevada resident has carved his position as the sport's uncontested pound-for-pound king and the highest earning athlete in any sport.

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