Fight Results

JENKINS STAYS SHARP IN SWANSEA / UNDERCARD REPORT

Swansea star Chris ‘Rock N Rolla’ Jenkins (12-0, 5KO) finished his 2013 with a decision win as he overcame the game journeyman Mark McKray (5-23-1, 4KO) in the city’s Oceana

SELBY SHINES ON ITALIAN WSB DEBUT

Barry’s Andrew Selby shone on his debut for the Italia Thunder in the World Series of Boxing (WSB) with a classy away win against Argentina Condors’ Christian Eduardo Roda. Last

RESULTS ROUND-UP: PRYCE, BORG AND PACE

The potential rewards on offer for Bradley Pryce (34-15, 18KO) were probably the best of his career but it wasn’t to be for the Newbridge native who was defeated by

WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS UPDATE

FRIDAY 25TH OCTOBER – Welsh flyweight (52KG), Andrew Selby had to settle for a World Championships bronze medal after he found himself on the wrong-end of a close decision to Uzbekistan’s

RESULTS ROUND-UP: HOPE, PRYCE AND PACE

Merthyr’s middleweight Kerry Hope (19-6, 1KO) was narrowly edged out by Ireland’s Eamonn O’Kane (11-1, 3KO) in Belfast last night, via a Unanimous Decision in Belfast. The battle for the

RESULTS ROUND-UP

Newport Centre, Saturday 21st September 2013 Promoter: Steve ‘Sammy’ Sims Lightweight Mitchell Buckland (6-0, 1KO) beat Craig Woodruff (5-2, 2KO) for the vacant Celtic title on points via scores of 100-92, 98-94 and

WEBB SURVIVES SCARE IN SWANSEA

By Ciaran Gibbons: The current Welsh super-middleweight champion Tobias Webb (13-1-1, 2KO) from Swansea won as expected against Darren McKenna (2-10-1, 2KO) from Surrey in a return contest but it

KING IN CLOSE LOSS TO CUNNINGHAM

Cardiff’s Kyle King (3-3) was edged out by a slightly sharper Jason Cunningham (9-0, 1KO) whose extra energy was enough to take the four round fight in Rotherham last night.

JENKINS SHINES IN SCOTLAND

Swansea light-welterweight star Chris Jenkins (11-0, 5KO) started the Welsh boxing season off by shining in Scotland in a hard and highly competitive six round decision win over French tough

KOVALEV KRUSHES CLEV

The gamble didn’t pay off for Cefn Fforest’s Nathan Cleverly (26-1, 12KO) who was stopped in the fourth round by Russian wrecker Sergey Kovalev (22-0-1, 20KO) in the sixth defence