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BW Pod 24! Enzo Macarinelli in Moscow: The secret story from the Soviet away day

In the latest special episode of the BoxingWales podcast, Swansea’s Enzo Maccarinelli tells the best story never told in Welsh boxing. The cruiserweight reveals the secrets of his trip to

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