HUBBARD’S CUPBOARD By Alan Hubbard Many of boxing’s shrewder judges, among them elder statesmen Bob Arum and Frank Warren, are of the opinion that Deontay
HUBBARD’S CUPBOARD By Alan Hubbard I HAVE NO idea whether Tyson Fury‘s new trainer is as good as his name suggests, but if Javan ‘SugarHill’
HUBBARD’S CUPBOARD By Alan Hubbard Suddenly, the dedicated followers of fashion have become fascinated by the fight game. And I’m not talking here about it
HUBBARD’S CUPBOARDBy Alan Hubbard Last year British sport witnessed high drama on the cricket pitch, rugby field, athletics track and in the boxing ring while embattled football
HUBBARD’S CUPBOARD By Alan Hubbard NOT FOR THE first time boxing was given short shrift in the BBC Sports Personality of the Year awards. Not
Being hospitalised last week I missed Sky’s Pay per view telecast of the event in Saudi Arabia in which Anthony Joshua regained his various world
HUBBARD’S CUPBOARD By Alan Hubbard Tyson Fury has never been one to do things by halves so we should not be surprised that the world’s
HUBBARD’S CUPBOARD By Alan Hubbard The last Japanese heavyweight to strut his stuff in a British ring was one Kendo Nagasaki, back in the seventies.
HUBBARD’S CUPBOARDBy Alan Hubbard Considering Birmingham is Britain’s second city and has a reputation as something of a sporting metropolis, with major football, Test cricket
HUBBARD’S CUPBOARDBy Alan Hubbard I have dined out frequently on the true tale of when, as sports editor of The Observer, I telephoned the late Lord
HUBBARD’S CUPBOARDBy Alan Hubbard THE ELECTRIFYING performance by Josh Warrington last weekend confirmed my long-held view that he is British boxing’s number one crowd-pleaser. So
HUBBARD’S CUPBOARDBy Alan Hubbard Dads and their lads have never really gone hand in boxing glove. Paternal guidance from the corner is not always appreciated.