TALENTED featherweight prospect Luke Jackson
FOR Jake Carr, a third successful defence of
BLAKE Caparello erased the memory of his world
BEN McCulloch’s shot at winning a version
FORMER IBF super featherweight champion Barry
MANY would argue that it is the job of a fighter’s
Luke Jackson summarises his year, Manakane win and more
TALENTED featherweight prospect Luke Jackson is looking to make up for lost time. With a portion of his year derailed due to an untimely hand injury, the undefeated Tasmanian closed out 2014 strong, fighting twice in the space of eight weeks. Having now had seven fights in the paidread more...
Jake Carr recaps Renold Quinlan test, reflects on title defence
FOR Jake Carr, a third successful defence of his Australian super middleweight title marked the end another year unbeaten for one of Australia’s fastest rising talents. Carr, 23, ended the year with his hardest fight as a professional, outscoring and ultimately outfighting the previouslyread more...
Blake Caparello cruises to shutout win over Maximiliano Gomez
BLAKE Caparello erased the memory of his world title loss to Sergey Kovalev, returning to Melbourne with a clear-cut unanimous points decision over durable Argentine Maximiliano Jorge Gomez. Caparello, 28, put a recent elbow injury behind him to easily outpoint Gomez over ten rounds, pickingread more...
Tony Del Vecchio on Chudinov loss, outlook on McCulloch’s future
BEN McCulloch’s shot at winning a version of the WBA super middleweight world title was courageous albeit short lived, going down in two rounds to big punching Fedor Chudinov in Moscow earlier this morning. McCulloch, 32, showed promise early, entertaining the partizan crowd at theread more...
Barry Michael on ‘History in the Making’, Zac Dunn, boxing in 2015
FORMER IBF super featherweight champion Barry Michael has always been a fixture in Victorian boxing. Having played a part in a handful of careers in the past two decades, Michael is now attempting to bring through the next generation, in the shape of the unbeaten Zac Dunn as well as talentedread more...
Mike Altamura – “We accepted this opportunity with victory in mind”
MANY would argue that it is the job of a fighter’s manager to persuade, influence and ultimately sell his fighter to the general public. If that is truly the case, than well respected boxing manager and advisor Mike Altamura has done a great job of selling Ben McCulloch’s chancesread more...
Tony Del Vecchio talks McCulloch camp, assessment of Chudinov
ONLY days away from one of his biggest nights as a professional boxing trainer, Tony Del Vecchio is confident his underrated pupil can pull off a remarkable upset win. Speaking from their Moscow base, Del Vecchio and his undefeated title challenger Ben McCulloch have been going about theirread more...
Ben McCulloch – “My aim is for a devestating knockout victory”
BEN McCulloch might just be the last person you’d expect to be challenging for a version of the super middleweight world championship. Injuries, postponements and a lack of willing opponents has been the story thus far in the fledgling career of the talkative Sydney local. Inread more...
Geale wins battle of friendly fire, Carr outlasts Quinlan
IF Wednesday night’s unified regional title fight between Daniel Geale and Jarrod Fletcher proved anything, it’s that Australia boasts two world class middleweights and that Jarrod Fletcher isn’t one of them. Geale, 33, survived a sluggish opening to put together a performanceread more...
Jake Carr looks to continue meteoric rise against Renold Quinlan
IN a generation where padded records and undeserved title shots are common place, Jake Carr is eager to be the exception to the rule. The undefeated Australian super middleweight champion earned his position the hard way – dethroning the dangerous and equally avoided Serge Yannickread more...