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ALLEN-BROWNE/CHISORA-GASHI HEAVYWEIGHT DOUBLE-HEADER LANDS AT THE O2

RITSON MOVES UP TO SUPER-LIGHTWEIGHT

CAMPBELL TO LET WORLD TITLE ‘FRUSTRATIONS’ OUT IN

Fury vs Rivas in the pipeline for ESPN debut?

Top Rank To Sign Saunders, Warrington and Frampton?

Hearn considers heavyweight options: Whyte vs Povetkin possible

TWO-WEIGHT WORLD RULERS VARGAS AND SOTO CLASH IN LOS ANGELES

Wilder To End Possibility of Joshua Unification Bout: Rejects DAZN Deal

Spence Jr pounds Garcia to a unanimous decision

New Name In Line For Fury Debut. Announcement Expected Saturday

WATCH: Vasyl Lomachenko vs Anthony Crolla full fight

WHYTE FACES RIVAS IN LONDON SHOWDOWN

SMITH TO DEFEND WBA WORLD, WBC DIAMOND AND RING MAGAZINE BELTS AGAINST N’DAM

Deontay Wilder confirms rematch with Tyson Fury is ON after Ortiz

Breaking news Ruiz beats Joshua by TKO

Gassiev In July Heavyweight Debut

THORSLUND VS ADAMS

Tyson Fury workout las vegas

YAFAI DEFENDS WORLD CROWN AGAINST JIMENEZ

Frampton eyes August return. Chasing Valdez title fight.

Whyte to lose WBC #1 spot if insults continue!!

Wladimir Klitschko rescued from burning yacht!

SUPER BOXING LEAGUE AND FITNESS TIME GYM ANNOUNCES GROUNDBREAKING PARTNERSHIP IN SAUDI ARABIA

WBC INTERNATIONAL TITLE SANCTIONED FOR KHAN V DIB ON RED SEA FIGHT NIGHT IN JEDDAH

ESTRADA FACES BEAMON IN MEXICAN DEFENSE

FEIGENBUTZ CONTINUES ROAD TO THE TOP AGAINST NUNEZ ON AUGUST 17

Amir Khan KO round 4

BREAKING: Daniel Dubois KOs Nathan Gorman in 5th Round

David Allen Vs David Price article

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LOMACHENKO TO FACE CAMPBELL IN THE CAPITAL

Manny Pacquiao stuns Keith Thurman to win the WBA Welterweight Title

Hearn insists Joshua holds power over rematch location despite loss.

Chisora make claim about Allen's late night antics prior to fight night.

HOOKER: I BECOME A STAR IN TEXAS ON SATURDAY

Saunders offered mega-money deal to split from Warren

BAUER FACES BLACKLEDGE

BREAKING: Dillian Whyte reportedly tests positive for banned substance

Wilder takes aim at Whyte over failed test.

Rivas responds surprisingly to Whyte's failed test.

Whyte Substance Failure Revealed

'Sen vows to end the year as Midlands Champion'

RAMIREZ DELIVERS STUNNING KO IN DALLAS

Gervonta Davis Impresses In Front Of Home Town Fans

The Conlan Revolution Returns Home Saturday at Falls Park in Belfast

August 17: Jessie Magdaleno-Rafael Rivera Set for Navarrete-De Vaca

Dillian Whyte's mandatory challenger status SUSPENDED by WBC

CONFIRMED: Hughie Fury to face Alexander Povetkin on 31 August

August 10: Jason Sosa-Haskell Lydell Rhodes Pegged for Carl Frampton-Emmanuel Dominguez

The Conlan Revolution Returns Home

SAVANNAH MARSHALL SIGNS WITH MATCHROOM BOXING

FOWLER: "I'VE GOT A NEW FOUND HUNGER"

Whyte's VADA test results negative for banned substances

EDWARDS MEETS MARTINEZ AT THE O2

CORDINA FACES GYWNNE IN WELSH BATTLE AT THE O2

FOWLER OUTPOINTS ROSE TO LAND WBO INTER-CONTINENTAL

FIORDIGIGLIO AND EGGINGTON CLASH IN FLORENCE

BILLY JOE SAUNDERS SIGNS WITH MATCHROOM BOXING

BUATSI TAKES ON FORD AT THE O2

Emanuel Navarrete & Francisco De Vaca Set to Light Up Banc Of California Stadium Soccer Pitch

Kovalev knocks out Anthony Yarde, retains WBO light heavyweight title

HOT TALENT ALEX DILMAGHANI AIMS TO FORCE A WORLD TITLE SHOT

TURCHI AND MCCARTHY COLLIDE IN TRENTO

HEAVYWEIGHT AMATEUR STAR MAJIDOV TURNS PRO WITH MATCHROOM BOXING USA

MONTE-CARLO SHOWDOWN SET FOR NOVEMBER 30

Hunt Hopeful

GERAGHTY READY FOR A CHANGE OF LUCK

TAYLOR BIDS TO BECOME TWO-WEIGHT WORLD CHAMPION IN MANCHESTER

DANIEL DUBOIS WINS PRESTIGIOUS BOXING WRITERS' YOUNG BOXER OF THE YEAR AWARD FOR 2019

ETTEH: DUBOIS IS A SCARED BOY

Saunders to defend WBO Super-Middleweight title on KSI vs Logan Paul undercard

SAUNDERS DEFENDS WBO SUPER-MIDDLWEIGHT CROWN IN LA

TETTEH: DUBOIS OVERLOOKING ME LIKE JOSHUA OVERLOOKED RUIZ

“Raising the Bar” Liam Berrisford headline's is first show.

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Khan Set For Debut

SCARDINA BACK IN ACTION IN MILAN ON OCTOBER 25

TERRI HARPER SIGNS WITH MATCHROOM - DEBUTS IN MANCHESTER

Rhasian Earlington is back at the King’s Hall stoke, after his big success on ultimate boxer.

SMITH MEETS RYDER IN LIVERPOOL HOMECOMING

TAYLOR CROWNED TWO-WEIGHT WORLD CHAMPION IN MANCHESTER

HANEY FACES SANTIAGO IN MAIDEN WORLD TITLE DEFENSE

Naoya Inoue beats Nonito Donaire in FOTY contender, wins Muhammad Ali trophy

Classy Inoue lets Donaire take Muhammad Ali Trophy home to his children

Maurice “Mighty Mo” Hooker to Fight New Opponent – Uriel "Bombardero" Perez – in Comeback Bout on Dec. 20

BARAOU EXCITED TO HEADLINE HISTORIC GERMAN FIGHT NIGHT

HARPER: I CAN CHANGE MY LIFE ON FEBRUARY 8

TOMLINSON - I CAN CAUSE ANYONE IN THIS DIVISION PROBLEMS

AVANESYAN AND KELLY MEET IN GRUDGE MATCH AT THE O2

HARPER MEETS JONAS IN ALL-BRITISH WORLD TITLE CLASH IN DONCASTER

Matthew O'NEIL to compete in a four to six round heavyweight fight at new Encore Casino in Revere,Massachusetts

RIAKPORHE VS. MASSEY PRESS CONFERENCE QUOTES

Frank Smith, CEO of Matchroom Boxing: "Thank you everyone for joining us here in London ahead of Thursday night's huge JD NXTGEN show at York Hall. It has been an unbelievable year and what better way to finish, this and Friday night in Phoenix, Arizona. We start with the JD NXTGEN card with this whole host of talent.

By Matchroom boxing

Frank Smith, CEO of Matchroom Boxing:

"Thank you everyone for joining us here in London ahead of Thursday night's huge JD NXTGEN show at York Hall. It has been an unbelievable year and what better way to finish, this and Friday night in Phoenix, Arizona. We start with the JD NXTGEN card with this whole host of talent. 

"38 shows promoted already this year with 350 fights, 38 World Title fights and for a lot of these guys and girls here today, that's where they want to be in a few years, big World Title fights. These fighters are the future of the big cards we have coming up. 

"It has been an exciting year and we look forward to finishing it at York Hall. It's a stacked card from top to bottom and we'll start off by speaking with some of the debutants looking to take their first steps in the pro game."

Richard Riakporhe - Walworth, London - 10-0, 8 KO's - fighting Jack Massey for the vacant British Cruiserweight title:

"I'm feeling good. I'm happy with the opportunities that I've received this year, stepping up to the plate. I fought Tommy McCarthy back in March, got the win, I fought Chris Billam-Smith not too long ago and got the win as well. What would end the year perfectly for me would be getting the win over Jack Massey with the British title as well. What more could I want?

"There's a lot of big fights out there for me in 2020 but we're not going to overlook Jack Massey. We've prepared for him like he's a true veteran and we're ready to take the win and get on with it. I don't see the fight going longer than six rounds. I don't see it going past six rounds but I've trained for fifteen rounds.

"We're ready for whatever. If Jack wants to box I can box, if he wants to fight I can fight. I believe that I can beat him in every single department. If he wants to have a cookout and see who's the best chef, then I'll beat him in a Sunday roast cookout. If I lose in that, I'll put him in the oven. 

"I'm looking forward to it. I respect Jack Massey as a fighter, I respect him for taking the fight. I'm just ready to showcase my skills."

Jack Massey - Chapel-en-le-Frith, Derbyshire - 10-0, 8 KO's - fighting Richard Riakporhe for the vacant British Cruiserweight title:

"We had a long camp for the Okolie fight. We trained for 12 rounds so it's put me in good stead for this. The recovery time for the injury wasn't long so I was back punching six weeks after the injury so it's time to go. 

"It's a massive year after this. I don't see it going more than six rounds either. He's confident, get ready for a boxing match."

Craig Richards - Crystal Palace, London - 15-1, 8 KO's - fighting Chad Sugden in an 8 round Light-Heavyweight contest:

"Good afternoon everyone. I'm just looking forward to getting out on Thursday night. It's been a while since I've been back out. I'm just focused on this Thursday. I think a few months ago Chad tagged me in a post calling me out. I know that he's going to come and bring it, he's willing for the big opportunity and I'm not going to take him lightly. 

"I'm looking forward to going out on Thursday night and making a statement and then going on after that and god willing cleaning up the rest of the division. I'm just focused on Thursday night. What I'm focused on next year is the titles. I want to go out and get that British title after Thursday and have a big year. It's about ticking them all off. I'm looking forward to going out there and putting on a performance."

Chad Sugden - Newark, Nottinghamshire - 11-1, 4 KO's - fighting Craig Richards in an 8 round Light-Heavyweight contest:

"For sure, I wouldn't be here for any other reason. I believe I can beat Craig, I've got all of the tools to beat him. I've just got to put it all into place on Thursday night. He's number 4 in the UK on BoxRec and he's got a world ranking with the WBA. It's a massive fight for me but it's a fight that I took for one reason only and that's to come and win."

Luther Clay - Bracknell, Berkshire - 12-1, 5 KO's - defending his WBO Global Welterweight title against Freddy Kiwitt:

"I'm feeling good and ready to go. I'm ready to fight, I'm ready to defend my title. The guy I won my title off didn't want to fight Freddy. He said 'I'll fight Luther it's an easier fight', then he got touched up and now I'm coming for Freddy. I ain't looking past Freddy, Freddy is a very good fighter. His fight where he won the European title was against Paddy Gallagher who's a very good fighter. I can't afford to look past him but I am going to go through him." 

Freddy Kiwitt - London - 17-2, 10 KO's - challenging Luther Clay for the WBO Global Welterweight title:

"No I don't think it's too early, I think it has come at exactly the right time. It's god's timing. I had a great year and this my fourth fight in the third country, and my third title fight as well. I'm really looking forward to this fight.

"I won the WBO European belt at the beginning of the year so this will just add another one to the collection and I just need to win this fight. This is my purpose. He's just on the way to where I want to be. This is my time now."

Kieron Conway - Northampton, Northamptonshire - fighting Craig O'Brien in an 10 round Super-Welterweight contest: 

"I’m excited to be back at York Hall and feel really good coming into this one. I am not overlooking Craig O’Brien but I want to get the job done and take one step closer to that British title."

Shannon Courtenay - Watford, Hertfordshire - 4-0, 1 KO - fighting Buchra El Quaissi in a 6 round Super-Bantamweight contest: 

"It has been a perfect first year as a professional, four wins. My last fight was definitely a learning curve, she came out flying but we got the job done. I got my first stoppage at York Hall so I’m hoping to return there and getting another win.

"Next year will be a massive year, I am looking forward to it but firstly I am just totally focused on this fight."

Donte Dixon - Sheffield, Yorkshire - 1-0 - fighting Vladislavs Davidaits in a 4 round Super-Featherweight contest:

"This is my second fight and I am looking forward to it, I’m looking forward to putting on a very good performance. Billy Joe Saunders is a big name who has a lot of connections so I’ll be up there soon."

Franklin Ignatius - Dagenham, London - making his professional debut in a 4 round Heavyweight contest against Michal Banbula: 

"I’m definitely excited and I’m ready. I am enjoying the occasion, my amateur experience has helped but the most important thing for me is continuing to learn. It’s been a lightning period but I’m enjoying it but I’m ready to show what I’ve got!"

Malik Kareem - Finchley - making his professional debut in a 4 round Super-Middleweight contest against Ben Thomas: 

"It’s been a long camp, I’ve had good sparring and I am just ready to go now. From day one when I started boxing at Finchley, Anthony Joshua has been there for whatever I needed and as a role model. Him getting the straps back has helped me be in a good mood ahead of my pro debut."