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THE HIGHS AND LOWS OF 2013

Welsh boxing has had more than a few reasons to celebrate 2013, with the emergence of Lee Selby on the world radar and resurgence of Enzo Maccarinelli being just two

BOXINGWALES ANNUAL AWARDS 2013

2013 has been a year of memorable highs and painful lows for Welsh boxing and BoxingWales have compiled our second annual awards to commemorate the men who made their mark.

RESULTS ROUND-UP: REES, PRYCE AND MILES

Lewis ‘Rhondda Boy’ Rees (9-0, 5KO) was the last Welshman to win in 2013 with a dominant performance last night at Leeds’ First Direct Arena. The 24-year-old opened up the

PRYCE ACCEPTS LATE NOTICE GAVIN FIGHT

Newbridge’s Bradley Pryce has stepped in at the last minute to face the world class prospect Frankie Gavin just before Christmas. Pryce (34-15, 18KO) accepted the bout 16 hours ago

REES TARGETING TITLES IN 2014

Hot Welsh talent Lewis Rees looks to close the year with a sparkling performance at the First Direct Arena in Leeds this Saturday (21 December) as he targets domestic glory

GYM MATES: GARY LOCKETT

BoxingWales bring back our ‘Gym Mates’ feature and we speak to trainer Gary Lockett who tells us about his stable of fighters.

KENNEDY CONTENT WITH DEBUT YEAR

Cardiff’s Craig Kennedy (7-0, 5KO) capped off his first year as a professional on Friday and BoxingWales caught up with the 28-year-old to see what he thought of it and

RELOADED: WHAT THE FIGHTERS SAID

Following Matchroom Sports’ announcement of ‘Reloaded’ at Cardiff’s Motorpoint Arena on February 1st, BoxingWales spoke to some of the boxers on the show to see what they had to say

MATCHROOM ANNOUNCE RELOADED

Matchroom Sports’ Eddie Hearn was at the Cardiff City Hall today to announce the line-up to ‘Reloaded’, headlined by Lee Selby v Rendall Munroe for the vacant European featherweight championship.

WILSON PREVIEWS MILES AND COOK'S NEXT FIGHTS

Boxing trainer Darren Wilson discusses the up-coming bouts that his boxers are involved in, including Hari Miles (9-8, 2KO) v Youri Kalenga (17-1, 11KO) and Jason Cook (29-5-1, 15KO) v