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PRIZEFIGHTER RESERVE PACE: I JUST NEED A BIT OF LUCK

Talbot Green’s Pace now relies on either a pull out from another fighter or a circumstance on the night that rules another entrant out and the 19-year-old takes inspiration from

JAMIE ARTHUR ON COACHING CAREER

BoxingWales.com caught up with the now retired decorated amateur and professional boxer Jamie Arthur on a range of his current situations, including; – The transition from fighter to coach. –

WELSH TRIO STOPPED IN YORKSHIRE

By Ashley Ball: IT was an unpleasant night for the trio of Welsh boxers fighting at Rotherham’s Magna Centre on Friday night. All three tasted defeat, two in the first

HOAR ON DEBUT AND NEXT FIGHT

In BoxingWales.com’s exclusive interview with former Welsh ABA light-welterweight champion Thomas Hoar, the Croeserw Boxing Club member speaks about; – His pro debut win over Sean Gorman last weekend. –

DAVIES LOSES CELTIC DREAM / MIXED RESULTS FOR QUINN AND SAUNDERS

Wales’ featherweight champion Dai Davies was knocked out in the second round of his Celtic super-featherweight title challenge to Scotland’s John Simpson at the SECC Arena on Saturday. The Merthyr

PROSPECTS ROCK THE RHONDDA – FULL SHOW REPORT

LIAM WILLIAMS needed just 21 seconds to dispose of the usually durable journeyman Paul Morby with a violent two fisted attack that sent the Portsmouth super-middleweight crashing through the ropes.

DAVIES THRILLS ON DEBUT

By Ashley Ball: BEN JACK DAVIES left the Barnsley Metrodome crowd wanting more after a highly-entertaining debut win against Lithuanian Andrej Cepur. Davies, aged 23, proudly wore the Welsh dragon

CLEV OPEN TRAINING SESSION / SPARRING OVILL MCKENZIE

WBO Light-Heavyweight Champion of the World Nathan Cleverly will defend his title on home turf next month as he takes on Ukrainian Vyatcheslav Uzelkov at Cardiff’s Motorpoint Arena onSaturday 27th October. And

BREAKING: SELBY-LINDSAY OFF

Lee Selby’s British and Commonwealth featherweight title defence against Martin Lindsay at the Odyssey Arena tonight (September 22) has been cancelled after Selby was taken ill in Belfast. Selby was

DAVIES ON 'BIGGEST FIGHT' OF HIS LIFE

BoxingWales.com have grabbed an exclusive word with Welsh featherweight champion Dai Davies as he looks forward to the ‘biggest fight’ of his life this Saturday. Davies faces Scotland’s John Simpson