REMEMBER where you heard it. Les “Lock
THERE was a boxing event at the WA Italian Club
IN many ways, Andy Raymond is the voice of Australian
MICHAEL Katsidis will make the fourth British
TONIGHT from the Italian Club in Western Australia,
Brian Amatruda (Promoter/Big Time Boxing): “This
Les Sherrington – “I want Jarrod Fletcher”
REMEMBER where you heard it. Les “Lock n Load” Sherrington (34-7, 19 KOs) has broken the news first in an exclusive interview with Aus-Boxing. In this wide ranging interview with the Townsville native, Sherrington elaborates on the fact he and his team have just been offeredread more...
CDL Promotions’ Fighting For Kira a major success
THERE was a boxing event at the WA Italian Club in North Perth last Friday, but the night was really all about one special little girl. The Perth boxing community came together and got behind a worthy cause at Western Alliance 14 – “Fighting For Kira”. Kira Joyce, who turned 3 yearsread more...
Andy Raymond talks Fox Sports, domestic scene and more
IN many ways, Andy Raymond is the voice of Australian boxing. For the best part of a decade, Raymond has diligently served the domestic boxing audience on Fox Sports, providing a service as both a fledgling ring announcer as well as a play-by-play commentator. Over time, he hasread more...
Michael Katsidis signs for Tommy Coyle test in ‘Point of No Return’
MICHAEL Katsidis will make the fourth British appearance of his career when he travels to England to challenge IBF International lightweight titlist Tommy Coyle on October 25th. Katsidis, 34, is riding a two-fight win streak against modest opposition since making his return to the ringread more...
Live Stream Preview: May vs. Mokoginta ($9.99 PPV)
TONIGHT from the Italian Club in Western Australia, promoter Ty Colman of CDL Promotions presents a six fight card headlined by promising super featherweight prospect Nathaniel May (6-1, 4 KOs), who will face rugged Indonesian James Mokoginta (25-13-2, 13 KOs) over ten rounds for the vacant WBOread more...
Quick Grabs: Mundine vs. Rabchenko Press Conference
Brian Amatruda (Promoter/Big Time Boxing): “This is a genuine make or break fight for Anthony. His career either ends on November 12th, or it’ll be his resurrection.” “They say he’s crazy for calling out Floyd Mayweather. But the reality is that if heread more...
Mundine vs. Rabchenko confirmed for November 12th
ANTHONY Mundine will roll the dice on his professional career when he takes on unbeaten and big-punching Belarusian Sergey Rabchenko for the WBC silver light middleweight title on November 12th at Melbourne’s Hisense Arena in one of the most anticipated events to be staged in Australia’sread more...
Trout survives Dawson in near catastrophic upset
DANIEL Dawson was one punch away from scoring one of the biggest upsets in boxing this year, flooring the elusive Austin Trout twice en route to dropping a unanimous points decision at the Pechanga Resort & Casino in California. Trout, 28, (now 27-2, 14 KOs) went into the fight havingread more...
Our Experts Decide: Austin Trout vs. Daniel Dawson
A truly remarkable period for Australian boxing in the US ends this weekend, when Australia’s former world title challenger Daniel Dawson faces an uphill challenge against returning former WBA light middleweight champion Austin Trout from the Pechanga Resort and Casino in Temecula, California. Theread more...
Daniel Dawson – “I cannot lose this fight”
DANIEL Dawson knows he is in for the fight of his life. In this exclusive interview with Aus-Boxing, The 36 year-old West Australian discusses his biggest challenge to date, his fight with former WBA light middleweight champion and one of the biggest names in the sport, Austin Trout (26-2,read more...