LONG before last weekend, Zac Dunn had been
DON’T mistake Blake Caparello’s
BLAKE Caparello will look to upset the odds
THE Australian public already knew that Jeff
YOU won’t find many similarities between
JEFF Horn will make the first appearance in
Mixed fortunes for Zac Dunn and Blake Caparello
LONG before last weekend, Zac Dunn had been touted as Australia’s best super middleweight. But with a resume devoid of even a single Australian-born opponent, it was easy to see why many pundits had doubts about the Melburnian carrying such lofty expectations, especially after justread more...
Blake Caparello: “Winning this fight will open a lot of doors”
DON’T mistake Blake Caparello’s quiet demeanour for a lack of confidence. On the eve of his high-stakes meeting with former two-time super middleweight title challenger Andre Dirrell at the Trump Taj Mahal in Atlantic City, the Melburnian knows he is at the business end of hisread more...
Our Experts Decide: Andre Dirrell vs. Blake Caparello
BLAKE Caparello will look to upset the odds against the favoured Andre Dirrell this weekend. The defensively astute Caparello (22-1-1, 6 KOs) faces former two-time super middleweight title challenger Dirrell (24-2, 16 KOs) at the Trump Taj Mahal in Atlantic City in a ten round non-titleread more...
Jeff Horn survives knockdown, retires Randall Bailey on stool
THE Australian public already knew that Jeff Horn had the potential to do great things. On Wednesday night in front of a near-capacity crowd at the Brisbane Convention Centre, Horn kept his firm grip on the mantle of being Australian boxing’s next big thing, retiring a dangerous Randallread more...
Jeff Horn and Randall Bailey promise violence
YOU won’t find many similarities between Australia’s Jeff Horn and his American counterpart Randall Bailey. But if there is one thing that the two fighters share, it is their tendency to create violent finishes. Bailey, now 41, captured his first world title after just nineteensread more...
Our Experts Decide: Jeff Horn vs. Randall Bailey
JEFF Horn will make the first appearance in his home state in over two years on Wednesday night. The undefeated Horn (13-0-1, 8 KOs) will put his welterweight world rating on the line against lively former IBF welterweight champion Randall Bailey live on Fox Sports from 7.00pm EST at theread more...
Lucas Browne passes independent polygraph test
LUCAS Browne’s fight to clear his name has taken another turn with the heavyweight passing a polygraph test. A statement was released overnight by Hatton Promotions, which highlights the details of the results. Hatton Promotions wishes to confirm that on April 15th, Lucas Browneread more...
Les Sherrington on Zac Dunn: “He looks like a very good young talent”
LES Sherrington sees a win over the undefeated Zac Dunn as his route back to the world scene. The seasoned Gold Coast resident will face the hard-hitting Dunn (20-0, 16 KOs) on April 30th at the Melbourne Pavilion and will challenge the Melburnian for his recently acquired WBC Internationalread more...
Shannon O’Connell recaps War in the Bool victory
SHANNON O’Connell took a step towards a world title challenge with a comprehensive win on Saturday night. The Logan-based pocket dynamo picked up the vacant WBC Silver super bantamweight title with a thorough six round beatdown over Anrey Onesongchaigym at the Warrnammbool Stadiumread more...
Daniel Geale vs. Renold Quinlan confirmed for June 24th
2015 wasn’t the best year for former unified middleweight champion Daniel Geale. However, if things run according to schedule, Geale’s 2016 campaign could be much better. Geale (31-4, 16 KOs) is slated make his debut as a fully fledged super middleweight on June 24th,read more...