Paul Upham

Australia's best known boxing writer today, Paul Upham is the Content Editor of SecondsOut.com and has written for this website continuously since 2000. The Editor of the Australian Boxing Almanac, he has also written pieces for The Australian newspaper, Fox Sports, Main Event Television, KO and The Ring. 36 year-old Upham has appeared live on air as a boxing analyst for Main Event Pay-Per-View, Sky Channel, Fox Sports, Sky News Australia, SBS television, Radio 2UE Sydney, Radio SEN Melbourne and writes monthly for The Fist magazine. He is a member of The Ring magazine's world ratings panel. Paul Upham called the Ricky Hatton-Kostya Tszyu fight live from Manchester, England for a world wide viewing audience in the multi millions in more than 60 countries. In 2006 and 2007 he Emceed the Australian Boxing Hall of Fame Annual Induction Dinner in Melbourne and for the last few years has hosted the successful Kostya Tszyu live stage show. His new book on Kostya Tszyu - "Something Worth Fighting For" - was published in October 2007 by ABC Books.

Brett Smith-Michael Kirby feud brewing in NSW

Brett Smith-Michael Kirby feud brewing in NSW

Sherrington vs. Hamdan headlines Jamie Myer promotion on December 4

Sherrington vs. Hamdan headlines Jamie Myer promotion on December 4

Brunker retains WBO Youth title in Campbelltown

Brunker retains WBO Youth title in Campbelltown

Lionel Rose elevated to Hall of Fame Legend Status

Lionel Rose elevated to Hall of Fame Legend Status

Wilson-Cronje & Piper-Shaick on Thursday night in Brisbane

Wilson-Cronje & Piper-Shaick on Thursday night in Brisbane

Sydney based Lomalito Moala represents Tonga at Commonwealth Games

Sydney based Lomalito Moala represents Tonga at Commonwealth Games

Australian Commonwealth Games Update: Friday & Saturday

Australian Commonwealth Games Update: Friday & Saturday

Australian National Boxing Hall of Fame Induction Dinner in Melbourne on Saturday night

Australian National Boxing Hall of Fame Induction Dinner in Melbourne on Saturday night

Commonwealth Games boxing starts Tuesday 5 October 2010

Commonwealth Games boxing starts Tuesday 5 October 2010

Yuriorkis Gamboa on Fox Sports

Yuriorkis Gamboa on Fox Sports

Maniatis promotes “Lethal Combination” on 19 November in Melbourne

Maniatis promotes “Lethal Combination” on 19 November in Melbourne

Sam “King” Soliman still punching

Sam “King” Soliman still punching

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