01 Jan 2019

2019 Boxing Trainer of the Year: Sean O’Hagan

Sean O’Hagan, the father of Josh Warrington, took Warrington on a terrific year, having his son pull off two upsets defeated heavily acclaimed Lee Selby as well as former world champion Carl Frampton. O’Hagan, who is not a household name is deserving of this as he took a fighter who

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22 Dec 2018

Josh Warrington defends title against Carl Frampton

IBF featherweight world champion Josh Warrington (28-0, 6 KOs) won a twelve round unanimous decision over former two-division world champion Carl “The Jackal” Frampton (26-2, 15 KOs) on Saturday night at the Manchester Arena in Manchester, England. Warrington, a pressure fighter did what he tends to do which is come

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21 May 2018

Boxing Recap: Badou Jack impresses, Gary Russell still has it

Badou deserves praise, Stevenson at the end In probably the most interesting bout of the weekend, Badou Jack fought to a twelve round draw with Adonis Stevenson in which Stevenson retained his WBC light heavyweight title despite essentially losing six straight rounds after a solid start. Jack, who lost essentially

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17 May 2018

Boxing Preview: May 17-19th, 2018, Badou Jack, Gary Russell, JoJo Diaz

Stevenson vs Badou Jack [SHOWTIME, Saturday, 10 PM EST] Adonis Stevenson has one of the most unlikable pasts and presents in the sport of boxing from his conviction of being a pimp as well as essentially being named fighter of the year in 2013 and then going on to fight

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18 Jun 2016

Luke Campbell-Algenis Mendez set for July 30th

Well, Luke Campbell (13-1, 11KOs) following his lone career loss to Yvan Mendy will jump back in the deep end as he faces Algenis Mendez (23-4-1, 12KOs) on the undercard of Josh Warrington and Patrick Hyland on July 30th. The news first reported by Jake Donovan of BoxingScene.com furthered that the fight would

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