Jenkins off and Williams on Liverpool show

Thomas ‘The Captain’ Stalker (9-0, 2KO) has withdrawn from his British title eliminator with Swansea’s Chris ‘Rock and Rolla’ Jenkins (15-0, 7KO). The light-welterweights were due to clash on Frank

Cleverly-Bellew pressers open to the public

Nathan Cleverly (28-1, 14KO) and Tony Bellew (22-2-1, 14KO) will meet in a two city tour and fight fans can attend the press conferences to see the two trade verbals

Pryce’s team make official complaint

The team of Bradley ‘Sugar Sweet’ Pryce (35-17, 19KO) have told BoxingWales that they will make an official complaint to the British Boxing Board of Control regarding the scoring of his

‘The Thomas Hoar Funeral Fund’ created

With the permission of Thomas Hoar’s family, BoxingWales have created and will promote ‘The Thomas Hoar Funeral Fund’.This is an opportunity for anyone who wants to help, to contribute towards

Pryce to end inactivity with Markham at super-middleweight

On Saturday, Bradley ‘Sugar Sweet’ Pryce (35-16, 19KO) will return to the spiritual home of British boxing in an attempt to kick off a new chapter in his 15 year

Cleverly-Bellew rematch finally made

It’s been confirmed that Cefn Fforest’s former world champion Nathan Cleverly (28-1, 14KO) will fight his bitter rival Tony Bellew (22-2-1, 14KO) in a rematch. Following lengthy negotiations, the pair

A tribute to Thomas Hoar

Welsh boxer Thomas James Hoar has passed away after a brave 23 month battle with cancer. It will be impossible to find anyone with a bad word to say about

Brooks taken ill and ruled out of Kennedy clash

Yesterday, news emerged that Craig ‘The Kid’ Kennedy‘s (9-0, 5KO) Welsh title dream has been cancelled for the third time after his opponent Wayne Brooks (7-3-3, 4KO) withdrew. The cruiserweights

Results round-up: King, Romaeo, Lilley, Evans

The second Results round-up of the new season comes following a mixed weekend for Welsh boxing with four fighters appearing away from home at locations all across Britain In his

‘Ex-Boxer’s Associations at risk’

Ex-Boxer’s Associations are at risk of dying out if new ideas to grow them aren’t introduced soon, warns a leading figure in the boxing community. Cyril Thomas, Secretary of the