Administrator | 30.11.10 04:30
Unbeaten British Featherweight champion Martin Lindsay will top the bill at the King’s Hall on December 15 against Scotland's John Simpson (21-7).
Promoter Frank Maloney, “Martin knows that the King’s Hall is an iconic venue and here is the chance for it to become his fighting home."
Maloney believes that 28-year-old Lindsay is now ready to step up in class and challenge European champion Sofiane Takoucht.
Administrator | 30.11.10 04:26
Nate Campbell has announced his retirement just days after he lost an eight round decision against journeyman Walter Estrada in Las Vegas on the Juan Manuel Marquez-Michael Katsidis undercard Campbell was a three-belt lightweight world champion in 2008 when he upset Juan Diaz. He calls it a day after a ten year career.
Administrator | 30.11.10 04:22
Kell Brook will face Ghana's Philip Kotey on December 11 for Brook's WBO Intercontinental welterweight title after American Michael Clark was forced to pull out after he encountered "passport issues".
The 28-year-old southpaw has 15 knockouts in 21 wins, with five losses and two draws in his eight-year career.
Administrator | 30.11.10 12:47
Commonwealth Welterweight Champion Denton Vassell is looking forward to his first action since April when he takes on Brazil's Welson Alves de Oiveira (Jack Welson) in an eight round fight at the Palace Hotel in Manchester on Saturday night in the Hatton Xmas Bash. Tickets are available now from 0161 775 7500
Administrator | 30.11.10 11:54
Former European Light middleweight champion Ryan Rhodes is hopng to use Saturday's Hatton Xmas Bash as a launch pad to world title glory next year.
Rhodes who was unable to defend his European belt because of injury takes on Rocky Junior at the Palace Hotel on Saturday night to keep "ticking over" for a potential world title challenge in the New Year. He was in the crowd at Bolton last weekend to support Matthew Hatton and is hopeful of topping the bill at a similar show for a world title ...
Administrator | 29.11.10 10:38
The line up for Saturday's Hatton Xmas Bash Dinner show at Manchester's Palace Hotel has been confirmed.
Former European light middleweight champion Ryan Rhodes returns to the ring for the first time since May when he takes on Rocky Junior over 8 rounds.
Commonwealth welterweight champion Denton Vassell also makes his first appearance since the spring with an eight rounder against Brazil's Welson Alves de Oiveira (Jack Welson). The third fight features a four round flyweight c...
Administrator | 29.11.10 10:17
Less than two weeks after Evander Holyfield's fight with Sherman Williams was called off, the former four-time heavyweight titleholder has something else lined up. He's going to Denmark to fight national hero Brian Nielsen on March 5.
Scott Shaffer, an attorney for promoter Sauerland said the fight had been agreed to and Ken Sanders, Holyfield's manager, said that the deal had been signed.
Administrator | 29.11.10 10:13
At the annual British Boxing Board of Control awards the fighting binman Rendall Munroe picked up the Boxer of the Year accolade - other nominees included Nathan Cleverly, David Haye and Amir Khan.
Best contest of the year went to Ryan Rhodes & Jamie Moore for their epic European Title contest last October
Overseas Boxer of the year went to Australian Michael Katsidis
Administrator | 28.11.10 06:52
Juan Manuel Marquez wants to fight Manny Pacquiao for a third time after beating Michael Katsidis.
Marquez retained his WBA and WBO lightweight titles.despite being knocked down in the third round by the Australian. He recovered strongly to eventually force a stoppage in the ninth round.
Afterwards Marquez said "We know Pacquiao is avoiding us. A third fight's what the public wants."
The two men fough out a draw in 2004 and Pacquiao won a split d...
Administrator | 28.11.10 11:56
Joe Murray stopped Italy's David Chianella to confirm his continued progression in the professional ranks.
Manchester's former Olympian enjoyed his ninth professional win at Bolton and then told Hatton TV's Micky Cantwell that he was pleased with his continued improved as a pro.