EARLIER in the week, we looked at five perspective
WILL Tomlinson will look to move towards the
AUSTRALIAN boxing enters 2015 with an endless
Nigel Benn Fighter of The Year: Lucas Browne With
ANTHONY Mundine has thrown his name into the
YOU read the headline correctly. Aus-Boxing
Five for 2015: International Fights
EARLIER in the week, we looked at five perspective match ups that needed to be made domestically. Given the strength of Australian boxing at the present time, Aus-Boxing sat down with MAIN EVENT’s Ben Damon to discuss the five best international match ups that we would like to seeread more...
Will Tomlinson signs for Francisco Vargas, March 12th in Texas
WILL Tomlinson will look to move towards the pinnacle of the super featherweight division when he faces unbeaten Mexican Francisco Vargas on March 12th in San Antonio, Texas. Having campaigned in the US for the best part of twelve months, Tomlinson, 28, has finally put pen to paper in whatread more...
Five for 2015: Domestic Fights
AUSTRALIAN boxing enters 2015 with an endless amount of potential fights on the horizon. With that in mind, Aus-Boxing looks at the five best domestic match ups that we would like to see made in the next twelve months. 1. Billy Dib (39-3, 23 KOs) vs. Will Tomlinson (23-1-1,read more...
Aus-Boxing End of Year Awards for 2014
Nigel Benn Fighter of The Year: Lucas Browne With the bulk of Australia’s premier fighters losing at some point in 2014, the selection of Lucas Browne as the Fighter of the Year came down to consistency. Browne, 35, had a signature twelve months, becoming the first Australian heavyweightread more...
Anthony Mundine wants Cinco De Mayo date with Canelo Alvarez
ANTHONY Mundine has thrown his name into the mix, in the hope of securing a date against Mexican superstar Saul ‘Canelo’ Alvarez on May 2nd. Alvarez, 24, had been long campaigning for a proposed mega fight with WBC middleweight champion Miguel Cotto – but with Alvarez’read more...
Floyd Mayweather in talks for Australian Tour
YOU read the headline correctly. Aus-Boxing understands that undefeated pound-for-pound king and Forbes’ highest paid athlete Floyd Mayweather is in talks for an Australian tour later this month. A group of wealthy Australian investors, including a prominent Australian boxingread more...
Joel Brunker looks back on Selby loss, future plans and more
EVERY fighter deals with loss differently. For Joel Brunker, the much needed albeit short lived time away from boxing was well spent. The Richmond resident got married, went on holiday and used the break to reflect. Now pencilled in for a hometown return, a refreshed and clearlyread more...
Daniel Dawson signs for Glen Tapia, March 7th in Macau
DANIEL Dawson will have his second consecutive fight abroad, signing to face talented US prospect Glen Tapia. Having gone agonisingly close to scoring a major upset over Austin Trout last August, Dawson (40-4-1, 26 KOs) is looking to make amends against the Freddie Roach trained Tapia (22-1,read more...
Jeff Fenech’s Moves Outside Of The Ring
AUSTRALIAN boxing legend Jeff Fenech’s work inside the ring truly needs no introduction, but let’s give him one anyway. During the early parts of his career, the man also known as the ‘Marrickville Mauler’ was one of the most feared bantamweights out there. Afterread more...
Sakio Bika re-issues challenge to Danny Green
FORMER world champion Sakio Bika has re-issued his long standing challenge for a bout with Danny Green. In the wake of growing speculation that Green will embark on another comeback to the ring in 2015, Bika has called out the popular Western Australian to face him in what would be a brutalread more...