Barrett Promises a Blood and Guts Affair.

Irish traveler Francis Barrett is steeling himself for a tough night this Friday when he defends his EU light welterweight title against Alan Bosworth at the Wembley Conference Centre on the Hennessy Sports “Born To Do It’ promotion. “This is going to be a real blood and guts affair,” predicted …

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Spartacus Out to Down “The Daddy.’

Ipswich warrior Spartacus has vowed to make the first defense of his English light heavyweight title in style when he takes on Peter “The Daddy’ Haymer on November 12th at the Wembley Conference Centre. “Crash, bang, wallop. It should be a case of job done, next!“ appraised the twenty-seven-year-old. “Haymer …

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ARTHUR PROMISES CAPITAL CRACKER.

Edinburgh super-featherweight star Alex Arthur returns to action in quick-time when he headlines the Meadowbank Sports Centre on Friday 3 December and has promised a capital cracker. Arthur, who was only in action just over two weeks ago with a victory over Eric Odumase in his home city, will defend …

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Thirlwall gets Monaghan.

Matthew Thirlwall is looking to bounce back in style when he takes on Nottingham’s Michael Monaghan on the November 12th Hennessy Sports “Born To Do It’ promotion at the Wembley Conference Centre. The Bermondsey boy suffered a controversial points loss to Jason Collins last time out at the Nottingham Arena …

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Tszyu “Thunders’ Forward.

Well, I hate to say I told you so, but, well, I did tell you. Before we consign Kostya Tszyu’s magnificent victory over Sharmba Mitchell, a “comeback’ in its own right although he was never officially retired, to the history books before looking forward, it is time to pay homage …

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Tarver and Johnson Give Up Their Titles.

Both WBC light heavyweight champion Antonio Tarver and his IBF counterpart Glen Johnson have opted to forego their mandatory obligations to the sanctioning organizations they represent to pave the way for their fight on December 18th. Tarver was due to honor his mandatory in a fight with Australia's Paul Briggs …

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Monshipour Retains WBA Title.

Iranian born Mahyar Monshipour retained his WBA super bantamweight title in France tonight by stopping Thailand's Yoddamrong Sithyodthong in six rounds. Monshipour is twenty-nine years old and this latest win brings his professional record to 26-2-2 with seventeen stoppages to his credit. A former European champion, Monshipour has now retained …

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