MICHAEL Katsidis will look to recapture the
CAST your mind back a few weeks, shortly before
BILLY Dib’s climb up the super featherweight
UNDEFEATED middleweight Michael Zerafa will
There comes a time in every prize fighter’s
IN the past week, the make-or-break heavyweight
Weigh-In Results: Tommy Coyle 134, Michael Katsidis 134.5
MICHAEL Katsidis will look to recapture the form of his glory days when he challenges Englishman Tommy Coyle early tomorrow morning (AEST) for the IBF International lightweight title from the Hull Arena. Katsidis, 34, has spent six weeks in Manchester under the guidance of former Britishread more...
Sam Soliman: Where to next for the dethroned king?
CAST your mind back a few weeks, shortly before Australia’s Sam Soliman was set to make the first defence of his recently acquired IBF middleweight title against Jermain Taylor at the Beau Rivage Resort & Casino in Biloxi, Mississippi. Most saw the fight against Taylor as an opportunityread more...
Billy Dib to make Melbourne debut on October 31st
BILLY Dib’s climb up the super featherweight ratings will gain further traction on October 31st, when the former IBF featherweight champion faces upset-minded Indonesian Ruben Manakane from The Melbourne Pavilion. Dib, 29, and Manakane, 21, will collide over twelve rounds for theread more...
Michael Zerafa talks Arif Magomedov, training camp for Russian tilt
UNDEFEATED middleweight Michael Zerafa will attempt to make the step up from talented prospect to world rated middleweight when he challenges WBO #15 Arif Magomedov this weekend. Zerafa, 22, has made the long trip to Luzhniki in Moscow, Russia in the hope of causing a major upset againstread more...
Jarrod Fletcher – “I’m not even thinking about losing”
There comes a time in every prize fighter’s career when there is a defining moment, a turning point. A coming of age fight. A time when you put up or shut up. A fight that will propel you to the elite level of competition or leave you as an also ran. Well that time has now arrived forread more...
Leapai vs. Scott in doubt after broadcaster withdrawal
IN the past week, the make-or-break heavyweight bout between Australia’s former world title challenger Alex Leapai (30-5-3, 24 KOs) and enigmatic American Malik Scott (36-2-1, 13 KOs) has hit a number of hurdles. First, Leapai, 35, suffered a leg injury several days ago, which forcedread more...
Jake Carr – “We haven’t gone in the direction of a padded record”
REIGNING Australian super middleweight champion Jake Carr wants to make his mark on his division. Unlike some fighters, Carr will fight anyone, anywhere and will even travel interstate to prove he is the one fastest rising prospects the country has to offer. Carr (8-0, 3 KOs) wasread more...
Dunn dismantles Zeller in three round mismatch
ZAC Dunn might just be the best Australian prospect in a stacked super middleweight division. Having been in the paid ranks for just over two years, Dunn has amassed an impressive professional record, picking up state and regional title honours as well as a world rating by the WBC. Fewread more...
Daniel Geale vs. Jarrod Fletcher official for December 3rd
THERE has always been a sense of inevitability surrounding a possible fight between former world champion Daniel Geale and former world title challenger Jarrod Fletcher. And while their careers have almost always looked to be going in different directions, their trajectory has found themread more...
Susie Ramadan – “I’ve wanted this rematch for so long”
IN recent times, the story of former two-time bantamweight world champion Susie Ramadan has been one of frustration. Having been booked to fight at least a half dozen times over the past two years, Ramadan has had fight after fight fall through. But in a handful of weeks this changes, asread more...