Editor’s Column: Under-appreciated Cleverly could capitalise on Mayweather-McGregor circus

Floyd Mayweather, arguably the greatest boxer of his generation, has announced he will fight Mixed Martial Artist Conor McGregor on 26 August in Las Vegas’ T Mobile Arena. McGregor achieved

Editor’s Column: ITV Box Office’s own goal could cost undercard exposure

ITV Box Office have back tracked on their earlier suggestion that viewers at home wouldn’t have to stump up £12.95, or £9.95 if you take an early bird offer, to

Editor’s Column: A sizzling 2017 awaits Welsh boxing

After an uneventful 2016, Barry’s Lee Selby is likely to get the New Year going for Welsh boxing on 28 January at the grandest stage in the sport, Las Vegas’

Editor’s Column: Why Welsh boxing must support Frank Warren’s show and Liam Williams at the Ice Arena

It’s four weeks until Liam ‘The Machine’ Williams (14-0-1, 9KO) takes centre stage at the new multi-million pound Ice Arena Wales venue and attempts to become one of Welsh boxing’s

Editor’s Column: Evans is a throwback who deserves a fair shot

On average, St Clears’ Dale Evans (10-2-3, 3KO) walks away from the ring without a win once in every three fights. Does it matter? Absolutely not. The Welshman is a throwback

Editor’s Column: Hope’s tale takes another twist but is the biggest still to come?

Merthyr Tydfil’s Kerry Hope (22-7-1, 2KO) has never had a straightforward tale to tell but the middleweight’s story took yet another twist last weekend. The gutsy 33-year-old has often provided

High Stakes reaction: Lesson learned for Jenkins

Saturday’s Majority Decision draw wasn’t the result Chris Jenkins, pictured with the retired and undefeated Greg Pickin, wanted but it’s one that may benefit his long term development. When the

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

Another amateur farce as two Commonwealth Games places go to waste

It’s the night before the Commonwealth Games begin with the opening ceremony in Glasgow and the Welsh amateur boxing authorities are embroiled in yet another controversial incident. In what is


Wales is the most parochial place in the world but the decision of squad selectors to snub Kevin Evan has unified people from all over the principality. The voice of the