Frankie Gavin Vs Sam Eggington Fight Prediction

On Saturday 22 October Frankie Gavin will battle Sam Eggington for the WBC International welterweight title. However far more is on the line for the two Birmingham based boxers. The bill has been named “Bragging Rights” and each fighter aims for Brummie supremacy. Undoubtedly Gavin is the more skilled and experienced of the two having … Continue reading Frankie Gavin Vs Sam Eggington Fight Prediction

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Ricky Burns Retains WBA light welterweight title via unanimous decision.

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Ricky burns survives a late scare to retain his WBA light-Welterweight title via points decision against Kiryl Relikh.

“i said we were expecting a hard twelve rounds and that’s what we got tonight”. Said Ricky Burns.

Relikh channeled trainer Ricky Hatton in the opening round slipping shots as he pressed forward with the attack.Ricky was on his toes from the outset but was missing with the jab.

However Burns showed his will and adaptability as he began to fight more aggressively landing the right hand behind the inaccurate jab. Relikh continued his march forward but was ill effective as the Scot caught shots on the gloves.

The Scotsman perhaps won the fight in the middle rounds as he began to find his accuracy. Relikh had abandoned much of his earlier head movement which allowed Burns to land the jab.

The Belorussian appeared ragged and frustrated in round nine as the…

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Ricky Burns Retains WBA light welterweight title via unanimous decision.

Ricky burns survives a late scare to retain his WBA light-Welterweight title via points decision against Kiryl Relikh. "i said we were expecting a hard twelve rounds and that's what we got tonight". Said Ricky Burns. Relikh channeled trainer Ricky Hatton in the opening round slipping shots as he pressed forward with the attack.Ricky was … Continue reading Ricky Burns Retains WBA light welterweight title via unanimous decision.

Dillian Whyte Wins British Title As Lewison Pulled Out After Round 10

Dillian Whyte is now the British Heavyweight champion after Ian Lewison is retired by his corner at the end of round ten. It was apparent from the opening that Whyte was the better conditioned man as he looked leaner and slimmer than his 35 year old opponent. However from round one Lewison looked to use … Continue reading Dillian Whyte Wins British Title As Lewison Pulled Out After Round 10

Scotty Cardle Back With A Bang Stopping Hooper In 6

Scotty Cardle hangs on to his British Lightweight title with a sixth round stoppage over Kevin Hooper in Glasgow. After suffering cuts in his last four fights it was evident from the start that Cardle had worked on rectifying the situation. From round one the 27 year old was illusive with the head slipping shots … Continue reading Scotty Cardle Back With A Bang Stopping Hooper In 6