Jaron “Boots” Ennis , one to watch in 2020

Jaron Ennis is a rising star in the already stacked division at Welterweight. Hes 24-0 , 22 of those wins coming by way of knockout showing he has good power and the boxing skills to use that power effectively. As of right now he hasn’t faced anyone that can really test him but he hasContinue reading “Jaron “Boots” Ennis , one to watch in 2020″

Kell Brook and 2 years of wasted time.

Kell Brook was once one of the stars of British boxing and had the potential to become a star globally if he navigated the stacked welterweight division to get the big fights and avoid losing focus. Unfortunately Kell Brook threw all that potential out of the window when he agreed to go up two divisionsContinue reading “Kell Brook and 2 years of wasted time.”

Alexander Besputin vs Radzhab Butaev review

As there isn’t a lot of boxing taking place in the next few weeks its given me the opportunity to go back and watch fights that I missed when they first took place. One of these fights is Besputin vs Butaev for the vacant WBA Welterweight championship of the world. This was a very evenContinue reading “Alexander Besputin vs Radzhab Butaev review”

William Warburton completes 200 pro bouts

William Warburton competed in his 200th pro bout against Jake Whittaker on the 20th December 2019. Warburton has been a professional since 2009 where after winning his debut he took to the road testing prospects around the country. Many of those he faced have retired now while he still carries on travelling the hard roadContinue reading “William Warburton completes 200 pro bouts”

Bektemir Melikuziev , one of boxings best prospects

Bektemir otherwise known as the “bully” is a 23 year old prospect from Uzbekistan who has made an exciting start to his professional career. Having been a top amateur who won a silver medal at the 2016 Olympics he’s now progressing quickly in the pro ranks. he’s currently 3-0 with 3 stoppages, all from bodyContinue reading “Bektemir Melikuziev , one of boxings best prospects”

Promoters getting fighters easy KO’s and why it shouldn’t be sanctioned

I’d like to start this smallish piece off by saying that later this year I’ll go more in depth into this topic where I’ll write a longer article about how the current boxing culture of giving prospects fights where they can’t lose both isn’t good for the fans, the sport and especially the prospects themselves.Continue reading “Promoters getting fighters easy KO’s and why it shouldn’t be sanctioned”