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18 JULY 2018

 

SecondsOut Editor in Chief Clive Bernath has been involved in boxing for more than 20 years. As far as experience and qualifications go Clive is as qualified as anyone to be writing about the Noble Art. Over the years he has worked within the sport as a Press and PR man, sanctioning body supervisor and event management for various promoters. Clive also spent four successful years as BBC Boxing's official statistician.



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The heavyweight poker game continues

For a few brief hours it appeared Lennox Lewis and Mike Tyson, two of the biggest players in the poker game which has effectively crippled the heavyweight division, had shown their hands. But the announcement of match The heavyweight poker game continues

Liston: The most intimidating of them all

By Clive Bernath There have been many colourful and informative documentaries made over the years involving practitioners of the sweet science and last week’s Sonny Liston, The Champion That Nobody Wanted was by no Liston: The most intimidating of them all

Is Lewis mentally alert for Rahman?

By Clive Bernath Preparation is everything in boxing. The noble art is like no other sport. In order to succeed in the square ring, a fighter must be in top shape, both physically and mentally and, just as importantly, Is Lewis mentally alert for Rahman?

Williams confirms King deal

By Clive Bernath: British and Commonwealth heavyweight champion Danny Williams (left) confirmed to SecondsOut.com today that he has signed a three year deal with the world’s finest ever promoter, Don King. Hooking up Williams confirms King deal

Hide still taking no prisoners

By Clive Bernath: Former two-time WBO heavyweight champion Herbie Hide (left) is reportedly looking better than ever in training, ahead of his live BBC-televised bout against Zambian journeyman Joseph Chingangu in Hide still taking no prisoners

in boxing for the long term

By Clive Bernath Mike Lewis, the Head of Boxing Strategy for terrestrial broadcasters BBC has confirmed to SecondsOut.Com that they plan to stay in boxing for the long term. It is excellent news for both the boxing fan in boxing for the long term

Audley and the BBC are on the right track

By Clive Bernath: Much has been documented lately about, not only Audley Harrison's choice of opponents and ability but also the BBC's coverage since they decided to launch themselves as a main boxing broadcaster Audley and the BBC are on the right track

British boxing wish list

By Clive Bernath The new British boxing season is but a few weeks away and there are some excellent domestic match-ups out there to be made. But, for one reason or another, these fights rarely come to fruition, mainly British boxing wish list

New rule presents new danger

By Clive Bernath The British Boxing Board of Control has contributed immensely to making boxing safe for its participants over the years and probably done as much for a boxer’s welfare in the ring as any other boxing New rule presents new danger

What fights would you like to see in 2002?

By Clive Bernath: It pains me to say it but British boxing over the last year has reached an all time low. Whether we like it or not, boxing in the UK is still very much a minority sport despite Olympic What fights would you like to see in 2002?
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