IT may have taken just over a decade to occur,
AN injury to Alex Leapai’s calf may have
FORMER IBF middleweight champion, Sam Soliman,
TONIGHT from Rumours International in Toowoomba,
AUSTRALIA’s horror run in title fights
DESPITE having fought in England a previous
Billy Dib continues rise, dismantles Ruben Manakane in eight
IT may have taken just over a decade to occur, but Billy Dib’s debut in Melbourne was nothing short of impressive. On a drip and in hospital less than twenty-four hours earlier, Dib entered The Melbourne Pavilion and put on a boxing clinic, before ending proceedings with an eighthread more...
Malik Scott schools Alex Leapai, wins by wide decision in Logan
AN injury to Alex Leapai’s calf may have postponed his non-title fight with enigmatic American Malik Scott by just over a week, but the outcome was inevitable, with Scott handing Leapai a ten-round boxing masterclass. Scott, 34, was vocal about his belief that he was in a seperateread more...
Sam Soliman looking for another title tilt, Taylor rematch
FORMER IBF middleweight champion, Sam Soliman, is on the comeback trail after winning the respect of millions of boxing fans around the world by raising the bar on courage and determination by fighting with a knee injury that would have caused most if not all fighters to quit. Solimanread more...
Live Stream Preview: Asis vs. Sampaio ($14.95 PPV)
TONIGHT from Rumours International in Toowoomba, Queensland, promoter Brendon Smith of Smithy’s Promotions presents an enthusiastic ten-fight card headlined by dangerous super featherweight veteran ‘Kangaroo’ Jack Asis (31-18-5, 16 KOs), who will be challenged by bip-punchingread more...
Aussie heartache abroad continues with Ramadan and Zerafa losses
AUSTRALIA’s horror run in title fights abroad continued as Susie Ramadan and Michael Zerafa dropped controversial decisions in Mexico and Russia last weekend. Ramadan, 35, had not fought in just over two years, but took the unenviable task of travelling to Mexico to face a hometownread more...
Katsidis concussed by Coyle in career-ending loss
DESPITE having fought in England a previous three times, there was an eery sense of unfamiliarity about the Hull Arena for Australian road warrior Michael Katsidis. For the first time since his return, long-time head trainer Brendon Smith did not accompany the Toowoomba resident to theread more...
Weigh-In Results: Tommy Coyle 134, Michael Katsidis 134.5
MICHAEL Katsidis will look to recapture the form of his glory days when he challenges Englishman Tommy Coyle early tomorrow morning (AEST) for the IBF International lightweight title from the Hull Arena. Katsidis, 34, has spent six weeks in Manchester under the guidance of former Britishread more...
Sam Soliman: Where to next for the dethroned king?
CAST your mind back a few weeks, shortly before Australia’s Sam Soliman was set to make the first defence of his recently acquired IBF middleweight title against Jermain Taylor at the Beau Rivage Resort & Casino in Biloxi, Mississippi. Most saw the fight against Taylor as an opportunityread more...
Billy Dib to make Melbourne debut on October 31st
BILLY Dib’s climb up the super featherweight ratings will gain further traction on October 31st, when the former IBF featherweight champion faces upset-minded Indonesian Ruben Manakane from The Melbourne Pavilion. Dib, 29, and Manakane, 21, will collide over twelve rounds for theread more...
Michael Zerafa talks Arif Magomedov, training camp for Russian tilt
UNDEFEATED middleweight Michael Zerafa will attempt to make the step up from talented prospect to world rated middleweight when he challenges WBO #15 Arif Magomedov this weekend. Zerafa, 22, has made the long trip to Luzhniki in Moscow, Russia in the hope of causing a major upset againstread more...