Arthur ends role in pro boxing to focus on amateur club

Jamie Arthur has ended his role as a trainer and manager in professional boxing. The 35-year-old will hand back his license to the British Boxing Board of Control (BBBoC), having also

Q&A: Big Rig giving back to hometown

Warren ‘Big Rig’ Sinden (3-0-1) hopes that opening a new gym in his hometown will give something back to the local community. In September, the popular light-middleweight opened the Rigorous

Kennedy-Camacho and Borg-Ware rematches made

The New Year has got underway with two of the most anticipated rematches in Welsh boxing being agreed and announced. The double header will be headlined by cruiserweights Craig ‘The

Wales still waiting for first WSB wins of 2015

Welsh boxing’s wait for a win in the new season of the World Series of Boxing (WSB) will have to wait a little longer. On Friday, Barry Town’s Andrew ‘Bad

Selby and Cordina set to start their WSB seasons

Tonight, two more Welshmen get their World Series of Boxing (WSB) campaigns underway as the British Lionhearts compete in their first away fixture against Ukraine Otamans. 26-year-old Andrew ‘Bad Man’

Jenkins-Limmond rescheduled for 28 March

Chris ‘Rock n Rolla’ Jenkins (16-0, 8KO) will finally get a chance to achieve a lifelong ambition. Earlier today, the British Boxing Board of Control announced that the Welsh light-welterweight

Williams not set for a shot at Smith’s British title anytime soon

BoxingWales understands that the suggested fight between Clydach Vale’s Liam Williams (12-0-1, 7KO) and Liverpool’s Liam Smith (18-0-1, 8KO) will not happen in the near future. Earlier today, the British

Williams to make WSB debut as British Lionhearts return

Tomorrow, Ashley Williams will become Wales’ first representative in the new 2015 season of the World Series of Boxing (WSB). The light-flyweight will be part of the British Lionheart’s team

Borg to return with shot at world rated O’Kane

Cardiff’s Frankie Borg (9-3, 3KO) will take on his biggest challenge yet when he faces the world rated Eamonn O’Kane (12-1-1, 4KO). The middleweights will meet on Friday 13 February

Walsh withdraws from defence against Evans

Blackwood’s Craig Evans (13-0, 3KO) will have to wait a little longer for the eagerly awaited title shot that continues to elude him. Last month, Frank Warren’s promotional team announced