Anthony Crolla acknowledges that he needs a career-best performance to retain his WBA lightweight title against Ismael Barroso on Saturday night.
There is no room for error when WBA lightweight titlist Anthony Crolla meets Venezuelan danger man Ismael Barroso in his maiden title defense on Saturday.
Scotland’s former two-division titleholder Ricky Burns remains as hungry now as he was during his quest to become a world champion.
Anthony Crolla defends his WBA lightweight title for the first time against Ismael Barosso, a hard-hitting challenger determined to test him to the full.
Anthony Crolla has experience at overcoming adversity and will rely on it when he defends his title against Ismael Barroso in Manchester, England.
Unbeaten British southpaw Terry Flanagan looks to bolster his reputation against countryman Derry Mathews in a WBO lightweight title defense on Saturday.
British boxing has been on upswing in recent months but U.K. fans are sure to miss Kevin Mitchell who was always value for money in his career.
British heavyweight Anthony Joshua showed us another facet of his game as he saw life beyond the third round for the first time against the resilient Dillian Whyte.
Chris Eubank Jr. and Tony Bellew win impressively but it could be the end for Kevin Mitchell, who suffered his fourth stoppage defeat in London, England.
British lightweight contender Terry Flanagan insists he is ready to make some boxing history when he faces American Jose Zepeda for the vacant WBO title next month at the Manchester Velodrome, England.
In this week’s Monday mailbag, fans from both sides of The Pond share their thoughts on Kell Brook’s domination of Frankie Gavin, Amir Khan’s tough outing against Chris Algieri, Lee Selby’s title win against Evgeny Gradovich, Anthony Joshua’s demolition of Kevin Johnson and what might be next for the weekend’s winners. Enjoy!
Kevin Mitchell’s two previous title shots were nights the British lightweight would rather forget, but a 10th-round stoppage loss to WBC lightweight titleholder Jorge Linares on Saturday in London saw Mitchell box brilliantly at times, drop the champion, battle back from the brink and ultimately go out on his shield in a sterling encounter.
There was barely a shred of fat to be had at the weigh-in for the huge Matchroom Boxing show which takes place on Saturday at the O2 Arena in London on Saturday.
In this week’s Friday mailbag, fans share thoughts on tomorrow’s quadrupleheader in London featuring Kell Brook-Frankie Gavin, Jorge Linares-Kevin Mitchell, Evgeny Gradovich-Lee Selby and Anthony Joshua-Kevin Johnson, plus all-British mythical matchups, love for Nigel Benn, questions about Freddie Roach, Alexander Povetkin and Chris Algieri, and much more. Enjoy!
Maturity has given Kevin Mitchell, who has battled both career disappointments and alcohol addiction, a new lease on life ahead of his title fight against Jorge Linares.
Former five-division world titleholder Oscar De La Hoya believes Jorge Linares’ WBC lightweight title defense against Britain’s Kevin Mitchell, which takes place in London, England, on May 30, will be a highly competitive all-action encounter.
Unbeaten junior middleweight Liam Smith eyes a clash with Demetrius Andrade, while his lightweight stablemate Scott Cardle secures a British title shot.
In what looks like a very satisfying card indeed, heavyweight Anthony Joshua will face American Kevin Johnson and world titleholders Jorge Linares and Evgeny Gradovich will defend against the U.K.’s Kevin Mitchell and Lee Selby, respectively, at London’s O2 Arena.