LIVE RESULTS: Black Friday punch up in Pontypool!

We’re ringside at the Active Living Centre in Pontypool to report on the five-fight show, which will close the British boxing calendar. Keep the refresh button busy as we provide

PREVIEW: Batch Plant continue to boost Wales’ small hall scene with fourth and final show of 2017

Tonight will pull the curtain down on an eventful year for Welsh boxing as a five fight card will be held at the Active Living Centre in Pontypool. Batch Plant, in

Thorley thunders to second round stoppage of Asare to win Welsh light-heavyweight title

Nathan Thorley (9-0, 5KO) needed less than two rounds to become the new Welsh light-heavyweight champion. Cardiff’s ‘Thunder’ struck with his trademark right hand, which landed high on the temple

Confusion with the cards! Brace draws with Sorroche in European title bid

There was confusion with the cards as Spain’s Melania Sorroche (13-2-2, 2KO) took a draw on Sanigar Events’ #UpForGrabs show, which was initially announced as a Split Decision loss for

AND THE NEW! Gwynne crowned Welsh champion after war with Janes

Trelewis’ Gavin Gwynne (8-0, 1KO) was crowned the new Welsh lightweight champion after a thrilling 99-93 decision win against Cardiff’s gutsy Henry Janes (10-22-2, 1KO). The bruising 10 rounder entertained

LIVE RESULTS: #UpForGrabs undercard

We’re at the Sanigar Events #UpForGrabs show in Merthyr Tydfil’s Rhydycar Leisure Centre, live on S4C. Keep clicking on the refresh button for live updates as we go along… ROLL

Lee Selby caps 2017 with another title defence as more significant dates are lined up for next year

Barry Town’s ‘Lightening’ Lee Selby (26-1, 9KO) has retained his world title for the fourth time. The IBF champion collected a Unanimous Decision against Mexico’s previously unbeaten challenger Mexican Eduardo

Welcome to Wales! Josh and Kalam Leather switch stables from the North East to Cardiff

North East twins Josh (13-0, 6KO) and Kalam Leather (3-0) have moved to Cardiff in a bid to boost their promising boxing careers. The super-lightweights will train with Gary Lockett