Fight Results

SELBY STEPS CLOSER TO WORLD TITLE SHOT

Barry Town’s Lee Selby (19-1, 7KO) moved one step closer to a world title shot with a near shut-out of Mexico’s Romulo Koasicha (21-4, 12KO) last night at Cardiff’s Motorpoint

RESULTS ROUND-UP: PIPER AND PRYCE

Boxers who choose to go on the road but still attempt to win are rare due to the difficulty of the task but two of those who do so are

RESULTS ROUND-UP: ECONOMIDES, GEE BEE UPDATE

Connah’s Quay’s Paul ‘The Spartan’ Economides (14-5, 1KO) scored his first career stoppage with a second round knockout over David Kanalas (14-11, 7KO) for the WBF International super-bantamweight title. The

EYE INJURY ENDS ENZO HISTORY BID

Enzo Maccarinelli’s (38-7, 30KO) bid to become Wales’ first ever two weight world champion was ended at the start of the sixth round of his challenge to WBA world light-heavyweight

RESULTS ROUND-UP: SELBY, WILLIAMS, REES AND COOK

Andrew Selby’s final appearance in the World Series of Boxing (WSB) ended with a stellar points victory over Azerbaijan’s Elvin Mamishzada. The pair had originally fought in the European Championships

RESULTS ROUND-UP: WELSH CHAMPS FINAL

Along with a couple of hundred others, BoxingWales were at the Cardiff City House of Sport tonight for the 2014 senior Welsh Championships. If winning a red Welsh vest wasn’t

BORG BEATS HOPE IN UPSET

Welsh middleweight champion Frankie Borg (9-2, 3KO) successfully defended his title with a shock decision win over Kerry Hope in his hometown (20-7, 1KO) tonight. To the disapproval of many

WELSH PRIDE UNDERCARD: TURLEY, JENKINS, GOLDSMITH

On the undercard of Sanigar Events’ ‘Welsh Pride’ show at the Merthyr Leisure Centre, Robbie Turley (12-4, 2KO) came back from a two year break from boxing to out-point awkward

WELSH CHAMPIONSHIPS SEMI-FINAL RESULTS

BoxingWales were at the Rhondda Fach Sports Centre today for the Welsh Elite Championships semi-finals. Here are the results… Female 60KG: Rebecca Price┬ábeat Crystal Evans via second round stoppage. Female

SAMUELS SECURES WELSH HISTORY

Newport’s Jerome Samuels (5-5, 1KO) followed in his father’s footsteps and won the Welsh light-middleweight championship with just one point separating him from Backwood’s Dai Jones (4-4-1). Paul Samuels won