Jade Bornea, One to watch out for in 2020

Jade Bornea is a 24 year old super flyweight from the Philipines who later tonight will be making his US debut on UFC fight pass. He currently holds a record of 14-0 with 10 knockouts with a lot of those KO’s coming from body shots. He has a good boxing brain and throws in beautifulContinue reading “Jade Bornea, One to watch out for in 2020”

Demetrius Andrade vs Luke Keeler and the weeks boxing

Boxing starts early this week as the biggest card is on a Thursday instead of the usual Friday or Saturday. This Thursday card is headlined by Demetrius Andrade vs Luke Keeler for Andrade’s WBO middleweight title. This should be one of the least competitive match ups on the card with Andrade being a deserved heavyContinue reading “Demetrius Andrade vs Luke Keeler and the weeks boxing”

Michal Cieslak vs Ilunga Makabu

This is a fight that is really going under the radar this weekend even though its one of four world title fights happening this week. Makabu and Cieslak will be competing for the vacant WBC World Cruiser weight title in Makabu’s native Democratic Republic Of The Congo. This will be Makabu’s second attempt to winContinue reading “Michal Cieslak vs Ilunga Makabu”

Custio Clayton, Canada’s new welterweight hope

Custio Clayton a resident of Montreal is currently 17-0 with 11 knockouts and is looking to have a career defining 2020. Clayton was a 2012 Olympian and an accomplished amateur before turning over to the pros in 2014. Since then hes fought solely in Canada under the radar of most fans. That could change tonightContinue reading “Custio Clayton, Canada’s new welterweight hope”

What as fans we can do to grow boxing

Boxing used to be one of the biggest sports in the world, everyone knew the champions and selling out stadiums of up to a 100,000 people in the USA wasn’t unusual. There was boxing in every town in the UK with regular shows being put on not like today where we are lucky to haveContinue reading “What as fans we can do to grow boxing”

Danny Garcia vs Ivan Redkach

This is a classic mismatch which the promoter will try to sell as competitive because of Redkach’s last performance and that’s hes a bit of a name in boxing. Don’t be fooled however as you just need to look through Redkach’s record to realise it would be a big shock if Garcia didn’t KO himContinue reading “Danny Garcia vs Ivan Redkach”

Danny Garcia vs Ivan Redkach and the weeks boxing

This weeks boxing starts on a Thursday with a Golden Boy card in California. Jason Quigley headlines the show vs Fernando Marin over 10 rounds. Quigley will be looking to get his second win since his loss to Tureano Johnson where as a heavy betting favorite he was retired by his corner after sustaining tooContinue reading “Danny Garcia vs Ivan Redkach and the weeks boxing”

Who should Dillian Whyte fight next?

As we get closer to an announcement regarding Whyte’s next opponent I thought i’d make a list of possible contenders and which of them i’d like to see the most. Whyte has been consistently fighting top level opposition apart from the Wach fight which was a last minute tune up just to get him inContinue reading “Who should Dillian Whyte fight next?”

Julian Williams vs Jeison Rosario

Later today Julian Williams will defend his world titles vs Jeison Rosario in what is Williams home coming bout. The last time we saw Williams fight we saw him bully the bully as he dominated Jarrett Hurd over 12 rounds and proved why people shouldn’t have written him off. Williams is one of the bestContinue reading “Julian Williams vs Jeison Rosario”

Julian Williams vs Jeison Rosario and the weeks boxing

The first card that i’m interested in this week takes place in the USA headlined by Williams vs Rosario. This is a homecoming fight for Williams and also marks his first defence of his world titles since his shock win against Jarret Hurd. Rosario is a good fighter who has a few good names onContinue reading “Julian Williams vs Jeison Rosario and the weeks boxing”