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NEWS ROUND-UP: PICKIN, FORSTER, WOODRUFF

Swansea’s lightweight Greg Pickin (5-0, 2KO) has been forced to retire due to work commitments. Paul Boyce managed the popular 32-year-old and guided him to five wins in an 18

RESULTS ROUND-UP: SELBY SHINES, EVANS UPSET

Andrew Selby extended his unbeaten run in the World Series of Boxing (WSB) to eight wins last night in Italy with a Unanimous Decision victory over Ukraine’s Kazat Usenaliev. Representing

SAMUELS: I’M ABOUT TO BREAK EVEN

Newport’s Jerome Samuels (4-5, 1KO) is radiating energy ahead of his rematch with Dai Jones (4-3-1) which headlines in his hometown on March 14th. The light-middleweights meet on Steve Robinson’s

EVANS WANTS SMITH IN TRENCHES

Welsh super-featherweight champion Mark Evans (9-0-1, 1KO) is planning to take Southern Area champion Mitchell Smith (7-0, 3KO) to the trenches when they fight on Saturday. The pair, both unbeaten,

SMITH INJURY FREE FOR EVANS

Super-featherweight Mitchell Smith (7-0, 3KO) says that he’s punching harder than ever after recovering from a hand injury and will show he’s back to his best this Saturday (22nd February)

WALES TO TAKE ON HOLLAND TWICE

This week, Wales will compete in two fixtures against Holland as the build up to the Commonwealth Games continues. As competition for places in the squad increases, the boxers will

BUCKLAND UP FOR REES REMATCH

Gary Buckland (28-3, 9KO) has told BoxingWales that he is “100%” up for a rematch with fellow Welshman Gavin Rees (37-4-1, 18KO) after winning their Fight of the Year candidate

FROCH-GROVES COULD BE IN CARDIFF

It was confirmed yesterday that Carl Froch (32-2, 23KO) will rematch George Groves (19-1, 15KO) in defence of his IBF and WBA Regular titles on May 31st in one of

BBBOC DENY WEBB AND NOMINATE JENKINS

The British Boxing Board of Control’s (BBBoC) Stewards have not approved a request from Matchroom Sport’s Eddie Hearn for Paul Smith to make a voluntary defence of his British super-middleweight

WOODRUFF GETS ST DAVID’S DAY DATE

Welsh champion Craig Woodruff (5-2, 2KO) has accepted an offer to face Brentwood’s prospect Martin Joseph Ward (7-0, 3KO). The six round lightweight contest will take place at Glasgow’s Scottish