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
2. KEEP IT SIMPLE Not one style of fighting is the perfect style. A boxer may employ a low guard, high guard, shoulder roll, cross guard defence, peekaboo style, be a switch hitter, come forward fighter or a counter puncher. It really doesn’t matter, the only good style is an affective one. However at the … Continue reading How to Spar For Beginners, Tip #2: Boxing
In a much anticipated grudge rematch. A fight to settle the score, it was another disaster technical draw after another clash of heads. Both fighters were on the receiving end of cuts as both fighters heads came together in round four. Here is how the fight played out. Round one looked like it may be … Continue reading Flynn V Collins: Disaster Number 2
1. Best Pro Boxer – Sugar Ray Robinson Born Walker Smith Jr, Sugar Ray Robinson’s boxing style was so sweet they gave him the name Sugar. This along with a mix up with another fighter named Ray Robinsons boxing amateur boxing license gave him his name. He amassed an impressive unbeaten amateur record of 85 … Continue reading Greatest Fighters of Every Combat Sport
Reality tv star Aaron Chalmers makes short work of fellow Englishman Karl Donaldson winning via ground and pound stoppage in round one. The popular tv star looked like he may be off to a shaky start as Donalson dipped low swinging wildly. Under pressure the Geordie found the answer quickly – countering with a short … Continue reading Aaron Chalmers Earns Third Consecutive 1st Round Stoppage
The fight was very hard to watch with neither man able to connect much throughout the fight. Miguel Vazquez displayed one of the most awkward, ugliest styles ever to grace a boxing ring. However the Scottish star was able to adapt to somehow get the stoppage and defend his WBC Silver Super Lightweight Title. There … Continue reading Josh Taylor battles Through A Tricky Fight For A 9th Round KO
In a battle of the undefeated, it was Scotsman Jason Easton who came out on top. It was a hard night’s work for Josef Zahradnik, as he was systematically broken down round by round. Although out smarted, out skilled, and outgunned, the Czech showed incredible toughness to survive the fight. “In every aspect of the … Continue reading Jason Easton Wins Every Round In Defending His IBO Intercontinental Title.