Interviews

CUNNINGHAM AIMS TO CONQUER KING

Jason Cunningham (8-0, 1KO) isn’t underestimating Cardiff’s Kyle King (3-2) ahead of their clash on Saturday night, despite having a domestic title shot all but secured. The British Boxing Board

KING RETURNS IN ROTHERHAM

Cardiff’s Kyle King is planning to give Jason Cunningham his first defeat when he returns to the ring on Mick Hennessy’s ‘Undefeated’ show at Rotherham’s Magna Centre on Saturday. King

JAMIE ARTHUR ON COACHING CAREER

BoxingWales.com caught up with the now retired decorated amateur and professional boxer Jamie Arthur on a range of his current situations, including; – The transition from fighter to coach. –

PRIZEFIGHTER RESERVE PACE: I JUST NEED A BIT OF LUCK

Talbot Green’s Pace now relies on either a pull out from another fighter or a circumstance on the night that rules another entrant out and the 19-year-old takes inspiration from

HOAR ON DEBUT AND NEXT FIGHT

In BoxingWales.com’s exclusive interview with former Welsh ABA light-welterweight champion Thomas Hoar, the Croeserw Boxing Club member speaks about; – His pro debut win over Sean Gorman last weekend. –

DAVIES ON 'BIGGEST FIGHT' OF HIS LIFE

BoxingWales.com have grabbed an exclusive word with Welsh featherweight champion Dai Davies as he looks forward to the ‘biggest fight’ of his life this Saturday. Davies faces Scotland’s John Simpson

SHEEHAN SWITCH OF TRAINER

The talented 25-year-old reveals all about; – Why he teamed up with new trainer Darren Wilson at Fight Academy Wales. – His plans to return to the ring in the

VIDEO: SELBY HUNTING TRIPLE CROWN

We caught up with British and Commonwealth Lee Selby after his open workout at Barry East End ABC to talk about his up coming title defence against Martin Lindsay in

VIDEO: SELBY HUNTING TRIPLE CROWN

We caught up with British and Commonwealth Lee Selby after his open workout at Barry East End ABC to talk about his up coming title defence against Martin Lindsay in

MILES SIGNS WITH GOODWIN PROMOTIONS

Cefn Hengoed’s cruiserweight Hari Miles has inked contracts with London based promoter Steve Goodwin and he’s confident it’s the change he’s needed to make his mark on the British scene.