Jamie McDonnell

Doncaster's Jamie McDonnell (23-2-1) will face Thai Tabtimdaeng Na Rachawat (52-2) for the vacant WBA Bantamweight title at Wembley Stadium on May 31st - the Froch v Groves II bill.

Eric Martel Bahoeli takes on Lucas 'Big Daddy' Browne

Canadian Eric Martel Bahoeli (10-3) believes his Commonwealth title fight with Lucas ‘Big Daddy’ Browne (19-0) will open the door to the big time. The heavyweights clash at the Ponds Forge Arena in Sheffield next Saturday (April 26), with the winner likely to climb the world rankings.

Martin Gethin

British lightweight champion Martin Gethin watched his beloved Walsall FC slip to a 1-0 defeat at the hands of Bristol City on the weekend, but had a message for scouser Derry Mathews ahead of their ‘All or Nothing’ title clash on May 10 at the Olympia, Liverpool.

Chad Gaynor and Adil Anwar

Rotherham’s Chad Gaynor (14-1) and Leeds’ former English welterweight champion Adil Anwar (20-3) face off in a quality regional derby at Ice, Sheffield on May 9.

Amir Khan

Former light-welterweight world champion Amir Khan has signed a deal to work with influential US based boxing advisor Al Haymon. Haymon currently works with a number of leading boxers including Floyd Mayweather, Adrien Broner, Danny Garcia.

More Froch v Groves tickets on the way

A further allocation of tickets will shortly be available for Carl Froch vs. George Groves II at Wembley Stadium on May 31. The first 60,000 tickets for the rematch were snapped up in record time, and now a record 80,000 fans will cram into the national stadium.

John Murray

John Murray is looking to line up another crack at a World title with a devastating win over local rival Anthony Crolla at the Phones 4u Arena in Manchester on Saturday.

Joe Mullender against Gary Boulden, July 2013

After a five month break, Brentwood's ‘Smokin’ Joe Mullender (5-1) returns to the ring this Saturday to face Peckham's Diego Burton (4-3-1) for the British Masters super-middleweight title at the York Hall.

Tshifhiwa Munyai against Lee Haskins, 2006 by Bernard Miller

Visa issues have forced Venezuelan Nehomar Cermeno to pull out of the April 19 WBA super bantamweight title bout with Scott Quigg in Manchester. His replacement is South African Tshifhiwa Munyai (24-2-1).

Craig Whyatt boxes Shaun Tribble

Morden super featherweight Craig Whyatt (6-1) tops the bill against Plymouth’s Ben Morrish (3-7-2) at the Camden Centre tonight in his first excursion over eight rounds, and is looking to make a statement in order to set up a shot at the Southern Area title.



Crolla V Murray

A lot of people consider the lightweight bout taking place in Manchester this weekend between Anthony Crolla (27-4-1) and John Murray (32-2) to be a very close call indeed. The contest, in UK's second biggest city on Easter Weekend, is for the WBO lightweight Inter-continental title, but the significance of the result means more than the marginal title as it will put them a step closer to a world title fight. Even if this isn't immediately forthcoming, the division is stacked in Britain, and can throw up some massive domestic scraps.

Fight Reports

Crag Whyatt v Ben Moorish, Camden Centre, 11th April

Last Friday at the Camden Centre, Morden super featherweight Craig Whyatt (7-1) liquidated Plymouth’s Ben Morrish (3-8-2) in the first round to bag the Masters Bronze super featherweight belt. This was scheduled for eight, but when Morrish tried to turn it into a brawl he quickly came off second best after Jeff Hinds halted proceedings following his third knockdown.