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Brad Pitt wins Super 8, Meehan and McCracken upset locals

  AUCKLAND placed host to a memorable night of boxing, where one career ended, another became rejuvenated and a third became stuck in limbo.   In all, the results – albeit unforgiving – were ultimately memorable.   Once-beaten cruiserweight talent Brad Pitt endured an admirableread more...


Daniel Geale on Fletcher test, Golovkin loss and middleweight division

  DANIEL Geale is well aware his December 3rd date at Sydney’s Hordern Pavilion with fellow Aussie star Jarrod “Left Jab” Fletcher (18-2, 10 KOs) could very much be make or break for his decorated career.   He talks exclusively to Aus-Boxing about his thoughts on his upcoming fight withread more...


Brad Pitt on Super 8 favouritism, changing camps and more

  BRAD Pitt will look to turn a career lifeline into a career best payday when the talented cruiserweight takes part in the second edition of the Super 8 in New Zealand tonight.   With talent to burn and a stack of unfulfilled potential, Pitt (15-1, 12 KOs) will roll the dice in the high-stakesread more...


Jeff Horn talks amateur pedigree, Mundine challenge and more

  BEING labelled as potentially Australia’s best ever can be a curse as we have seen with others in the past.   But reading the headline to this story, it will soon dawn upon you that Jeffrey Horn (8-0, 6 KOs) has a world championship mentality as well as a cool and calm persona that feedsread more...


Arlene Blencowe – “I’ll box smart and leave everything I have in the ring”

  ON paper, Arlene Blencowe doesn’t sport the most truthful of resumes.   To the outsider looking in, her record reads as a modest 2-3, but in reality, Blencowe is a former WIBA light welterweight world title holder and signed on the books of arguably the second biggest mixed martialread more...


Paul Fleming talks return, boxing politics, re-signing with Top Rank

  UNDEFEATED former Olympian and talented super featherweight Paul Fleming took time away from boxing.   In that time, Fleming returned home to Queensland, where he started a family and focused on being a father. After a prolonged absence, he returns tomorrow night in Perth against former worldread more...


Ricky Hatton – “Credit to Mundine, but judges cost Sergey victory”

  RICKY HATTON has paid tribute to Anthony Mundine, but he still feels his fighter, Sergey Rabchenko, beat the Aussie veteran.   Mundine picked up the WBC Silver light-middleweight crown with a contentious split decision verdict over the Belarusian in Melbourne on Wednesday night.   Itread more...


Anthony Mundine turns back the clock, upsets Sergey Rabchenko

  IN a near fifteen-year professional career, Anthony Mundine had held a version of the world championship three times in two divisions and had beaten a level of competition that was overall far superior to that of unbeaten Belarusian Sergey Rabchenko.   In spite of this, there were many whoread more...


Dennis Hogan – “This is the longest preparation I’ve had for a fight”

  UNBEATEN Brisbane-based Irishman Dennis Hogan is currently in New York, where the world-rated light middleweight will make his US debut against Jose Rodriguez Berrio. Hogan took time out his busy schedule to talk exclusively with Aus-Boxing’s Dan Smart about his preparation, background andread more...


Weigh-In Results: Mundine 69.7, Rabchenko 69.2

  All ten of the main card fighters made weight for tonight’s stacked pay-per-view card presented by Big Time Boxing in conjunction with Hatton Promotions and Boxa, live on Main Event.   Defending WBC Silver light middleweight titleholder Sergey Rabchenko (25-0, 18 KOs) and Australianread more...

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