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20 SEPTEMBER 2018

 

Wayne is the former WBC bantamweight champion and silver medallist from the 1992 Barcelona Olympics. He was born in Belfast, Ireland, but has been based in Las Vegas for the last eight years. McCullough is the only member of the SecondsOut team, who is an active professional and can, therefore, give an invaluable insight from inside the ropes.


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Wayne McCullough Column

June 25, 2001 - SecondsOut Columnist and former WBC bantamweight champion Wayne McCullough gives his view of the Las Vegas fight card involving Oscar De La Hoya and Francisco Castillejo for the WBC junior-middleweight Wayne McCullough Column

McCullough reports from the World Amateur championships

June 10, 2001 – Former WBC bantamweight champion Wayne McCullough reports from the World Amateur championships from the Odyssey Arena in Belfast. By Wayne McCullough: As usual, as in most major competitions, the Cuban McCullough reports from the World Amateur championships

McCullough’s world

June 9, 2001 – SecondsOut.com columnist and former WBC bantamweight champion Wayne McCullough continues his excellent coverage of the World Amateur Championships from the Odyssey Arena in Belfast. By Wayne McCullough: McCullough’s world

Wayne enjoying World Championships

June 7, 2001 – SecondsOut columnist Wayne McCullough is thoroughly enjoying the World Amateur Championships, which are taking place at the Odyssey Arena in Belfast, Ireland. The Irish-born former undefeated WBC Wayne enjoying World Championships

The odyssey continues in Belfast

June 6, 2001 – SecondsOut.com’s newest columnist, former WBC bantamweight champion Wayne McCullough, takes time out from training to report on the 11th World Amateur championships at the Odyssey Arena in Belfast and The odyssey continues in Belfast

Belfast’s own MGM Grand

June 3, 2001 - Former WBC bantamweight champion and world class super-bantam contender Wayne McCullough continues his look at the World Amateur Championships in Belfast by focusing on the impressive Odyssey Arena, which Belfast’s own MGM Grand

Jones must do better

By Wayne McCullough: After his comfortable win over Julio Gonzalez, it is safe to say that Roy Jones should stay at No. 3 in the pound-for-pound ratings. While Jones lacks good competition in his weight division, he Jones must do better

Wayne McCullough at the Las Vegas weigh-in

Former WBC bantamweight champion and SecondsOut star columnist Wayne McCullough was at the weigh-in for tonight’s collision of lighter weight champions between Clarence Adams and Paulie Ayala. The “Pocket Rocket” spoke Wayne McCullough at the Las Vegas weigh-in

McCullough not keen on Klitschko but revels in Ayala v Adams battle

While HBO’s commentary team seem to think they have a new heavyweight superstar in 25-year-old giant Wladimir Klitschko, SecondsOut columnist Wayne McCullough has his doubts. However, the “Pocket Rocket,” who was McCullough not keen on Klitschko but revels in Ayala v Adams battle

McCullough: I, too, experienced the Boxer’s Nightmare

By Wayne McCullough Recently, I was invited to a private screening of a new boxing documentary entitled "Boxer's Nightmare". It was produced by renowned cutman Jacob "Stitch" Duran and directed by the inventive John McCullough: I, too, experienced the Boxer’s Nightmare

Tua - trim and terrific!!

August 16, 2001 – Exclusive by Wayne McCullough: At the final media workout, held at David Tua's extensive training compound yesterday, promoter Dan Goossen said that Tua was ferocious, active and throwing more punches, Tua - trim and terrific!!

Smouldering fighters ready for war

August 17, 2001 – The atmosphere was thick at the final press conference for the IBF heavyweight title eliminator between David Tua and Chris Byrd. SecondsOut.com columnist Wayne McCullough was there and believes the Smouldering fighters ready for war

Tua trimmer, but Byrd no bigger

August 18, 2001 – By Wayne McCullough: Just as I predicted in my previous column, David Tua weighed in at his lightest since knocking out reigning world heavyweight champion Hasim Rahman in 1998, ahead of tonight’s Las Tua trimmer, but Byrd no bigger

McCullough gives his verdict on Peden and Byrd

August 19, 2001 – Former WBC bantamweight champion and Olympic silver medallist Wayne McCullough gives his verdict on last night’s fights involving former WBO heavyweight champion Chris Byrd and Australian featherweight McCullough gives his verdict on Peden and Byrd

Pocket Rocket comes out fighting

August 20, 2001 – By former WBC bantamweight champion Wayne McCullough: My next fight was to be for the WBC super-bantamweight championship of the world against Willie Jorrin in Dublin, Ireland. However, last week a Pocket Rocket comes out fighting

When it’s all over

By Wayne McCullough Recently, professional heavyweight boxer and friend Cathal O’Grady was denied a license and told his short, but successful boxing career was over. Cathal, 24, from Kildare, Ireland, was scheduled to When it’s all over

Don’t believe the hype

By Wayne McCullough It doesn't matter who the fighter is. He could be a champion, a journeyman or an up-and-coming fighter; everyone, at some point in their career, has an opponent who gets in their face and wants to Don’t believe the hype

Barrera prefers quiet night

By Wayne McCullough Marco Antonio Barrera beat one of the top pound-for-pound fighters in the world in his last fight. His win over Naseem Hamed in April was shown on HBO Pay-Per-View and sold out the MGM Grand in Las Barrera prefers quiet night

Focus paramount for Vargas

By Wayne McCullough As Fernando Vargas and Jose Flores get ready for their showdown in Las Vegas on Saturday night, we pause to remember the deceased, missing, and injured victims of the unnecessary tragedy that took Focus paramount for Vargas

Verdict on Vargas

By Wayne McCullough Demonstrating a tremendous display of handspeed and punching power, Fernando Vargas became the new WBA junior middleweight champion by stopping his former sparring partner Jose "Shibata" Flores after Verdict on Vargas

Mat finish for America Presents

By Wayne McCullough At the tender age of 33, Mat Tinley, a TV Executive from Denver, Colorado, travelled to Dublin, Ireland, in the hopes of signing his first boxer, an Irish Olympic Silver Medallist called Wayne Mat finish for America Presents

McCullough on Tyson vs Nielsen

By Wayne McCullough: Mike Tyson vs Brian Nielsen; what does this fight really mean for Tyson? Yes, Tyson is expected to win inside the distance and hopefully challenge for a major world championship, but on the other McCullough on Tyson vs Nielsen

McCullough’s verdict on Tyson

By Wayne McCullough: Mike Tyson came out, all guns blazing, in his fight against Denmark's Brian Nielsen at the weekend, looking for the quick KO. Tyson threw some devastating body shots and uppercuts to the Dane’s body McCullough’s verdict on Tyson

Jones future still looks shaky

By Wayne McCullough: Former two-time world champion, Junior "Poison" Jones (right), from Brooklyn, New York, halted Mike Juarez from Omaha, Nebraska, after seven rounds of a scheduled 12 -round fight for the vacant Jones future still looks shaky

Wayne McCullough column

Former WBC bantamweight champion Wayne McCullough casts his expert opinion and views on Kostya Tszyu and Zab Judah, ahead of their world junior-welterweight unification title clash in Las Vegas on Saturday. By Wayne Wayne McCullough column
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