Most Unexpected Fighters: And who would win

Brian Blessed The bellowing, burly, Brian Blessed is an iconic British figure in the world of acting and comedy. He will forever be immortalised for his role in Flash Gordon. However his acting career is far from being the true tale of his success. He may in fact be one of the most accomplished men … Continue reading Most Unexpected Fighters: And who would win

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Tyson Fury Vs Deontay Wilder Promo

  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=faM8SIPWIBg&t=13s

McGregor Vs Khabib: War Promo

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s12hT5ev-vE&t=16s Kombat Kaisers official promo for Conor Mcgregor Vs Khabib Nurmagomedov  

Ringside Pro Boxing Gloves Review

The first thing you notice about the gloves is the elegant design. The metallic sheen of the gloves, especially in the brighter colours really make these gloves stand out. In terms of the fit these gloves are of exceptional quality. Unlike many other brands, ringside really understand the importance of space within the glove. Many … Continue reading Ringside Pro Boxing Gloves Review

Michael Venom Page Beats Rickels Into Verbal Submission

Crowd favourite Michael Venom Page makes his opponent quit after a brutally perfect performance. His opponent David Rickels brought some showmanship to his ring walk sporting grass skirt esq shorts with the name ‘Caveman’ imprinted. He bit the head off a fake snake and spit it out into the crowd. However this was the last … Continue reading Michael Venom Page Beats Rickels Into Verbal Submission

No Joke Choke From Aaron Chalmers

Reality TV star Aaron Chalmers earns another explosive first round finish despite an early scare. The 163lbs catch weight fight started cagey, with both men reluctant to engage. It was Griffiths the smaller fighter who took the initiative, driving his opponent to the canvas. Chalmers then found himself pressed against the cage and charged to … Continue reading No Joke Choke From Aaron Chalmers

Mike Shipman Steamrolls Carl Noon

Mike Shipman wastes no time in disposing with Carl Noon within seconds of round one. The six foot tall English Middleweight connected with the very first punch he threw to drop the 38 year old. A long right hook behind the ear did the damage and Noon was in trouble on his back. Shipman was … Continue reading Mike Shipman Steamrolls Carl Noon