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21 SEPTEMBER 2014

 


Evans defends Greenberg decision

By Clive Bernath: Jim Evans the co manager of undefeated heavyweight Roman Greenberg has defended his decision not to allow his talented and hugely marketable 22 year-old prospect to face British and Commonwealth heavyweight champion Matt Skelton. Evans defends Greenberg decision

Tszyu ready to face Hatton in Manchester

By Clive Bernath: A reliable source close to undisputed world light-welterweight champion Kostya Tszyu has confirmed that the Russian born Australian is willing to take on Ricky Hatton at the MEN Arena in Manchester sometime in June. Tszyu ready to face Hatton in Manchester

Exclusive: Riddick Bowe speaks with SecondsOut

By Ant Evans:
The former undisputed heavyweight champion talks about the agony of his 1996 retirement, his comeback, health issues, weight, MRI scans, and why his bitter feud with Lennox Lewis burns to this day. Exclusive: Riddick Bowe speaks with SecondsOut

Lennox backs Williams to defeat Klitschko

By Ant Evans: Former champ gives fellow Londoner three key tips to topple Klitschko Lennox backs Williams to defeat Klitschko

Team Johnson furious at Jones excuses

By Anthony Evans: IBF champ's manager, Henry Foster, is incensed by Roy Jones's claims he "couldn't get up" for Glen Johnson fight. Team Johnson furious at  Jones excuses

Froch running before the proverbial walk

By Clive Bernath: There is no doubt whatsoever that British and Commonwealth super middleweight champion Carl Froch is a talented prospect. But he only need look no further than fellow world amateur championship medallist David Haye to realise that it is unwise to run before you can walk. Froch running before the proverbial walk

Harrison still on the right track

By Clive Bernath: It never ceases to amaze me that when Britain produces a genuine heavyweight title contender, that certain members of the British press and indeed a good percentage of those within the sport, take it upon themselves to act as judge and jury as to how that particular fighter should conduct their path to the top of the greatest prize sport. Harrison still on the right track

2004 UK wish list

By Clive Bernath:
When a new year begins it is a traditional trait for most boxing writers, and fans come to think of it, to reflect on the past 12 months and dream up their own wish list of fights they want to see in 2004. 2004 UK wish list

Frazier v Foreman: Man against monster

By Anthony Evans
Thirty-two years ago George Foreman blitzed world heavyweight champion and fellow legend Joe Frazier in two of the most one-sided and chilling displays of human firepower in the history of fighting. Frazier v Foreman: Man against monster
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