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Joel Brunker on Josh Warrington: “I am anticipating a war”

  JOEL Brunker has never shied away from the biggest challenges available.   The world-rated featherweight will travel abroad to face immensely popular Englishman Josh Warrington for his Commonwealth and WBC International featherweight titles on September 5th at the First Direct Arena.   Forread more...

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Dunn battles through adversity to outscore Bursak

  ON the biggest stage of his professional career and before a live national audience on television, Zac Dunn delivered a stirring performance to lift the vacant IBO super middleweight title off a determined Max Bursak.   To the surprise of the adoring home crowd, Dunn, 24, was floored in theread more...

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Team Soliman discusses controversial Wade decision

  AS the dust settles here in Shelton, Washington State, the controversy hots up.   Sam Soliman’s management team are considering appealing the decision that saw him lose on a split decision to Dominic Wade here in Shelton Washington State.   “In the modern fight game punchingread more...

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Christian Ennor on Soliman camp: “This camp has been the best ever”

  IN a handful of hours, Sam Soliman will roll the dice on his professional career.   Just eight months after Soliman suffered a potential career-ending knee injury as well as losing his coveted IBF middleweight title, he returns to face undefeated prospect Dominic Wade in Washington.   Lastread more...

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Weigh-In Results: Zac Dunn 75.85 vs. Max Bursak 75.95

  UNDEFEATED super middleweight Zac Dunn and his crafty Ukrainian opponent Max Bursak both made weight ahead of their IBO super middleweight title clash.   Dunn (17-0, 15 KOs) and Bursak (31-3-1, 14 KOs) weighed well inside the super middleweight limit, with Dunn hitting the scale at 75.85read more...

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Opportunity knocks for the Moloney brothers

  ON Wednesday morning, the headline was all about the highly anticipated return of four-time world champion, Danny Green.   He held his press conference to announce his return bout with Slovak opponent Tamas Kovacs at Melbourne’s Hisense Arena on August 19th.   There was also anotherread more...

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Zac Dunn primed for career-defining night with Max Bursak

  THE weeks have turned into days and now Zac Dunn is as close as ever to realising a lifelong dream.   On Saturday night at the Royal Exhibition Building, all eyes will be on the hard-hitting super middleweight, who will long to put an exclamation point on his transition from prospect, toread more...

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Danny Green confirms comeback, August 19th in Melbourne

  THE situation may have been unique, but for former world champion Danny Green, the media attention was almost certainly familiar.   Green, 42, put to rest countless months of speculation, announcing his unlikely return earlier today.   In front of a fervent media gathering at Crownread more...

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United with Hearts of Gold – Remembering Brayd Smith

  ON March 16th we lost a truly great man and boxing really became irrelevant.   But in the end it was boxing that once again brought everyone back together.   Believe it or not – the Smithy’s TGW team was always extremely close knit – but now it’s even tighter.read more...

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Max Bursak: “One can make a 100-0 record with such opposition”

  CRAFTY Ukrainian veteran Max Bursak knows that he will be going into this weekend’s IBO super middleweight title clash against Zac Dunn at the Royal Exhibition Building as a heavy underdog.   But to those who think that the former middleweight world title challenger is coming to Melbourneread more...

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