Craig Kennedy

Results Round-Up: Andrew Selby, Craig Kennedy, Morgan Jones, Gavin Gwynne, Kieran Gething

On Saturday, Barry Town’s Andrew ‘AC Superstar’ Selby (7-0, 5KO) continued his march towards a world title shot and improved his world ranking. The 27-year-old flyweight stopped the previously once-beaten

Kennedy to keep busy with London bout while waiting for British title shot; Gwynne and Jones appear on undercard

While Cardiff’s Craig Kennedy (15-0, 8KO) waits for a British title shot, the cruiserweight will keep busy with a short notice appearance. The unbeaten 31-year-old will headline a Sanigar Events

News Notes 5: McGoldrick, Jenkins, Pryce, Economides, Janes, Davies and Buckland

Irish outfit Macklin’s Gym Marbella [MGM] have signed their first Welsh boxer, Newport’s double Commonwealth Games medalist Sean McGoldrick. It’s unclear when the 24-year-old will make his professional debut or the

Kennedy climbs off the canvas to beat giant Djeko

Cardiff’s Craig Kennedy (15-0, 8KO) clawed his way back from the edge of defeat to beat the dangerous Joe Tambwe Djeko (9-2-1, 4KO) in a dramatic cruiserweight clash. The 30-year-old

Boxers weigh-in for Cyclone debut show in Cardiff

Earlier today, boxers on Cyclone Promotions’ show at the Ice Arena Wales completed their pre-fight obligations. Over 100 fans attended the lunchtime weigh-in lunchtime and seven of the night’s nine

Preview: High stakes for Haskins against Mexican Morales

World championship boxing will return to Wales with Bristol’s bantamweight Lee ‘Playboy’ Haskins (32-3, 13KO) making the first defence of his IBF belt against Mexico’s Ivan Morales (29-1, 17KO). For

Kennedy can call on mentor’s experience for capital homecoming and championship chance

Unbeaten cruiserweight Craig Kennedy (14-0, 8KO) will call on the experience of his long-term mentor as he bids to build a fortress at the new Ice Arena Wales in Cardiff

McGuigan: The fighters have to be in exciting fights

International Hall of Fame entrant Barry McGuigan has brought big time boxing back to Wales but he says it’s up to the fighters to keep it here. The former featherweight

Welsh Area Council host first ever awards ceremony and launch Hall of Fame

On Saturday, the British Boxing Board of Control’s (BBBoC) Welsh Area Council held their inaugural awards ceremony and launched the opening of the Hall of Fame. More than 180 people

Remembering 2015: A year in review

The final bell has sounded on another year and it’s been an eventful one for Welsh boxing with a new world ruler crowned, former champions rising again and new forces