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Selby: Fonfara is a tough but winnable fight for Cleverly

Reigning IBF world featherweight champion ‘Sugar’ Lee Selby (21-1, 8KO) has advised fellow countryman Nathan Cleverly (29-2, 15KO) that his fight with Andrzej Fonfara (27-3, 16KO) will be “tough but

Selby to complete training camp in California for American debut against Montiel

On Saturday, ‘Sugar’ Lee Selby (21-1, 8KO) once again travelled to California where he will conclude training camp ahead of his first IBF world title defence. The Al Haymon advised

Lee backs brother Andrew Selby to be as good as he wants

Barry Town’s Andrew Selby can be as good a professional boxer as he wants to be, according to his brother and current IBF world featherweight champion Lee Selby (21-1, 8KO).

Davies excited to fight on home soil for the first time as a professional

Pontyberem’s Zack Davies (3-0) is relishing the opportunity to fight on Welsh soil for the first time as a professional. The lightweight hasn’t fought in his home country since winning

Evans eager to end O’Donnell’s disrespect in title eliminator

St Clears’ Dale Evans (10-2-2, 3KO) is eager to put his next opponent in his place after domestic rival John O’Donnell (29-2, 11KO) recently launched a Twitter tirade. The welterweights

Williams to return by the end of 2015 and expects British title shot soon

Clydach Vale’s super-welterweight Liam Williams (12-0-1, 7KO) is targeting a return by the end of the year and he’s aiming to add the British title to his trophy cabinet. The

Buckland upset by Dodd and retires in the aftermath

Cardiff’s Gary ‘Dynamo’ Buckland (30-7, 10KO) suffered his fifth defeat in eight fights as he was upset by hometown hero Sean ‘Masher’ Dodd (10-1, 2KO) in Liverpool. Shortly after the

Kennedy warns domestic opponents can “only run for so long” ahead of world class training camp

Cardiff’s Craig Kennedy (12-0, 6KO) has claimed his domestic counterparts in the cruiserweight division can “only run for so long” as he’s had to look overseas for his next test.

WBC make historic decision to overturn Hope’s controversial draw to a win

Merthyr Tydfil’s Kerry Hope (23-7, 2KO) has been the focus of boxing history as the WBC have awarded him a win and overturned his highly controversial draw decision against Petchsuriya

Cardle injured and Buckland fight postponed

Scott Cardle (18-0, 5KO) has suffered an injury ahead of his fight against Cardiff’s Gary Buckland (30-6, 10KO) and withdrawn from the date. As revealed by BoxingWales.com, the reigning British