‘Dynamite’ blasts into heavyweight contention

London heavyweight Daniel ‘Dynamite’ Dubois exploded his way into world title contention with a devastating second round knockout of Kyotara Fujimoto in the Copper Box Arena, London on Saturday night. The 22 year old Londoner recorded his fifth straight win of the year raising his record to 14-0 with 13 early stoppages. It was the …

Dubois returns

Unbeaten British heavyweight sensation Daniel Dubois (13-0) steps into the ring tonight in his hometown of London for the last major fight of the year against Japan’s Kyotaro Fujimoto (21-1). The Queensberry Promotion at the Copper Box Arena on the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, Stratford gives the young Londoner an opportunity to register another explosive …

The Monday LunchBox

Crawford marks time WBO welterweight champion Terence ‘Bud’ Crawford defended his 147lb title in Madison Square Garden, New York City on Saturday with a ninth round stoppage of Lithuanian Egidijus Kavaliauskas. Omaha Nebraskan Crawford (36-0, 27 KO’s) recovered from an apparent knockdown in round three, subsequently ruled a slip, to dominate the fight throughout. The …

Diriyah Diary

Friday 6th December It was not your average weigh-in. At 4:30pm local time in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia the Heavyweight Champion of the World, or at least the WBA/IBF/WBO/IBO versions of it, came to the podium sporting his Mariachi sombrero. Oozing supreme confidence with his entourage and waving the Mexican tricolour, little did we know how …

The Monday LunchBox

The Jackal’s back in business Double-weight world champion and Ring magazine 2016 Fighter of the Year Carl ‘The Jackal’ Frampton dominated Ohio’s Tyler McCreary over 10 rounds in the Top Rank show in Las Vegas on Saturday. Official scores were 100-88 on all three cards in this ‘catchweight’ super-featherweight bout. The Belfastman dominated throughout, targeting …

The Friday Faceup

The weekly feature looking at the fight weekend ahead. The Bantams are back Just over three weeks ago in Saitama, Japan we saw fight of the year contender Naoya Inoue v Nonito Donaire for the World Boxing Super Series title and Muhammad Ali Trophy in the bantamweight 118lb/8st 6lbs division. This Saturday (November 30th) in …

The Monday LunchBox

Why we love the Heavyweights They don’t have to make weight, they’re almost always slow and ponderous, they shout the odds about being the greatest when only one man can rightly claim that, they avoid each other like the plague, they earn the most money for least amount of work and; in a nutshell frustrate …