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BW Pod 23! Alex ‘Bad News’ Hughes opens up on emotional rollercoaster and retirement

In a special Christmas episode, the BoxingWales podcast returns with a revealing interview from Maerdy’s Alex Hughes (13-0, 7KO). The middleweight from Maerdy opens up on the emotional rollercoaster of

Inaugural ‘Welsh Boxing Annual’ book released to chronicle extraordinary season

A book has been released to tell the story of Welsh boxing in the extraordinary 2019-2020 season. The inaugural Welsh Boxing Annual covers the ups and down of Wales’ professional

LIVE RINGSIDE RESULTS: Priority Boxing hit the capital

Mo Prior’s Priority Boxing return to Welsh soil for a seven-fight show, featuring some of Welsh boxing’s most promising up-and-comers. We’re ringside at the Vale Sports Arena in Cardiff and

Morgan Jones climbs off the canvas to edge Jake Anthony and capture the Welsh title

Aberdare’s Morgan Jones (13-2, 5KO) climbed off the canvas to capture the Welsh title with a hard-fought 97-95 decision win over Ammanford’s Jake Anthony (6-1). The super-middleweights went back-and-forth over

Angelo Dragone undone by suspect scorecard as Kristian Touze becomes new Welsh champion

Carmarthen’s Angelo Dragone (5-1) left the ring feeling wronged after losing a 97-94 decision to Swansea’s Kristian Touze (9-0-2), who became Welsh super-featherweight champion after 10 enthralling rounds. The West Walian

LIVE RINGSIDE RESULTS: Sanigar Events prelims and undercard

We’re ringside at Sanigar Events’ show at the LC2 in Swansea and about to bring you instant ringside reports from the nine-fight show. Keep refreshing this page for updates as

Preview: Morgan Jones and Jake Anthony clash at the crossroads

Aberdare’s Morgan Jones (12-2, 5KO) aims to bounce back from consecutive losses when he faces Ammanford’s Jake Anthony (6-0) for the vacant Welsh title in an intriguing crossroads clash. The

Preview: Angelo Dragone and Kristian Touze set for western showdown

Carmarthen’s Angelo Dragone (5-0) and Swansea’s Kristian Touze (8-0-2) meet in the latter’s hometown on Friday to determine Wales’ new super-featherweight champion. Testament to strong local support, the West Walian

Joe Cordina overcomes Gavin Gwynne to retain domestic titles in entertaining all-Welsh affair

Cardiff’s Joe Cordina (10-0, 7KO) prevailed in an all-Welsh war with Trelewis’ Gavin Gwynne (11-1, 1KO) at the O2 Arena in London. ‘The Welsh Wizard’ collected a unanimous decision victory

BW Pod #22! Gavin Gwynne previews Welsh derby with Joe Cordina, talks training in LA and major sacrifices

In this episode, we catch up with Welsh lightweight champion Gavin Gwynne (11-0, 1KO) ahead of next Saturday night’s huge fight at London’s O2 Arena, live on Sky Box Office.