Fight Results

PROSPECTS ROCK THE RHONDDA – FULL SHOW REPORT

LIAM WILLIAMS needed just 21 seconds to dispose of the usually durable journeyman Paul Morby with a violent two fisted attack that sent the Portsmouth super-middleweight crashing through the ropes.

DAVIES LOSES CELTIC DREAM / MIXED RESULTS FOR QUINN AND SAUNDERS

Wales’ featherweight champion Dai Davies was knocked out in the second round of his Celtic super-featherweight title challenge to Scotland’s John Simpson at the SECC Arena on Saturday. The Merthyr

DAVIES THRILLS ON DEBUT

By Ashley Ball: BEN JACK DAVIES left the Barnsley Metrodome crowd wanting more after a highly-entertaining debut win against Lithuanian Andrej Cepur. Davies, aged 23, proudly wore the Welsh dragon

WEBB KEEPS FOCUS, JENKINS IMPRESSES AND FULL UNDERCARD REPORT

If there’s one man that is benefiting from Paul Boyce Promotions’ service to boxing in south-west Wales then it’s Swansea’s super-middleweight Tobias Webb. Webb (12st 7lbs) continued his education on Friday night

BRANDENBURG CUP: BIRD GETS BRONZE

In the first EUBC tournament after the London Olympics, Aaron Bird was the standout in a four man Welsh Youth team at the Brandenburg Cup last week as the Bonymaen

ANDREW SELBY IN EARLY OLYMPIC EXIT

AIBA ranked #1 flyweight Andrew Selby missed out on a dream Olympic medal, departing the London games early at the quarter final stages in a tough 16-11 loss to Cuba’s

FRED EVANS SECURES HISTORIC OLYMPIC SILVER MEDAL

St Mellon’s Fred Evans’ took silver at London’s Olympics after losing to the imposing Kazakh Serik Sapiyev 17-9, ending the extra-ordinary run.

Fans at the ExCeL Arena took a shine to the Welsh welterweight throughout the tournament but his exciting flare had faded after a gruelling route to the final. Sapiyev, a double world champion at light-welterweight, overwhelmed Evans who couldn’t get to grips with the Kazakh’s blistering in and out attacks.