ANTHONY Mundine will make the first defence
AUSTRALIAN pair Brad Hore and Kerry Hope left
POPULAR Hong Kong resident Rex Tso is seen as
BRAD Hore will look to break Australia’s
JASON Moloney kept his one hundred percent knockout
AUSTRALIAN womens bantamweight champion Sylvia
Mundine vs. Hatley signed, set for November 11th in Melbourne
ANTHONY Mundine will make the first defence of his WBC Silver light middleweight title on November 11th at the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre against American Charles Hatley. The card will be promoted by Brian Amatruda’s Big Time Boxing and will be televised live on Mainread more...
Matt Clark recaps Hore vs. Tso, Hong Kong experience
AUSTRALIAN pair Brad Hore and Kerry Hope left the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Center without a win, but were far from disgraced after putting in credible performances. Hore, 33, gave his undefeated and world rated opponent Rex Tso (now 18-0, 11 KOs) all he could handle for the bestread more...
Rex Tso on Brad Hore: “I will give him my best”
POPULAR Hong Kong resident Rex Tso is seen as one of the hottest commodities in Asian boxing. The likeable and undefeated super flyweight has been dubbed ‘The Wonder Kid’ and with good reason, having breezed through seventeen professional contests without a blemish. Tsoread more...
Brad Hore talks Rex Tso fight: “I’m in the best shape of my life”
BRAD Hore will look to break Australia’s less than impressive record in title fights abroad when he challenges the highly regarded Rex Tso in Hong Kong on Saturday night. The Caloundra-based Hore, who has had a sporadic journey thus far as a professional will step into the ring atread more...
Jason Moloney recaps Gabisay win, first career knockdown
JASON Moloney kept his one hundred percent knockout ratio, putting away the durable Danilo Gabisay in five competitive rounds last week. But it wasn’t all one way traffic for the highly touted super bantamweight prospect, who was floored in the second round en route to victory. Inread more...
Q&A: One on one with Sylvia Scharper
AUSTRALIAN womens bantamweight champion Sylvia Scharper fits a lot of personality into her small frame. Scharper (3-1-1, 1 KO) caught up with Aus-Boxing’s Dan Smart to discuss her fledgling professional career and her road to national title glory and falling short in her first attemptread more...
Buttigieg outworks Tukes, grinds out seventh round stoppage
UNDEFEATED Victorian light middleweight champion Anthony Buttigieg took the next step in his progression, routing crafty veteran Fred Tukes, before scoring a dominant seventh round stoppage. Aside from a fleeting moment in the third round, Tukes, 42, was never really in the fight, althoughread more...
Team Mundine on Green rematch: “Danny needs to lose some weight”
ANTHONY Mundine has made his intentions clear that he will only consider a rematch with Danny Green if he can beat Blake Caparello or Sakio Bika first. In a release issued by The West Australian, Ben Thompson, Mundine’s manager had the following to say; “He’s basicallyread more...
Brian Minto signs with Xcite Fight, calls for Danny Green
BRIAN Minto has begun the next phase of his exciting career by entering into a management contract with Australian-based Xcite Fight Promotions. The rugged Pennsylvanian has immediately set his sights on Australia’s Danny Green. Green, 42, who was victorious in his return againstread more...
Weigh-In Results: Anthony Buttigieg 69.75 vs. Fred Tukes 69.35
UNDEFEATED Victorian light middleweight champion Anthony Buttigieg and crafty Melbourne-based American Fred Tukes both made weight earlier today for their state title fight. Buttigieg, 26, weighed in slightly below the light middleweight limit, hitting the scales at 69.75 kilograms. Meanwhile,read more...