This Saturday, Frank Warren Promotions brings a huge 12 bout show to the Copper Box Arena in London, England. This will be the first boxing event held at the former 2012 Olympic arena and features five scheduled 12 round contests with multiple BBBofC and Commonwealth title holders appearing on the card. Headlining the show is [...]
A look at this Saturday’s card at Wembley Arena in London, UK….
WBO lightweight champ, Ricky Burns, signs a new promotional deal with Matchroom Boxing while old promoter, Frank Warren, promises a fierce legal battle to bring him back.
The postponement of Ricky Burns’ lightweight title unification bout with Miguel Vazquez has the WBO champ opting for career uncertainty as a free agent over the continued guidance of promoter, Frank Warren.
‘There’s no doubt that, in Broner’s head, he’s already the next ‘Money.’ And if he’s already on top, why deal with guys like Garcia, Matthysse, Peterson, Khan, and Rios? His mere ring presence should be enough to keep him rolling in dough…But that’s not how boxing works.’
2012: The Best, Worst, Wildest, and Strangest Moments of the Year…These are NOT your father’s Year-End Awards!
Nothing clever about it – Are fans finally beginning to work out that Nathan’s credentials simply don’t add up?
Nathan Cleverly is set to make his U.S. debut against no-hoper Ryan Coyne…has a sad pattern developed for the young, talented Welshman?
Ben Randall takes a look at the upsides, downsides, and realities of this coming Saturday’s David Haye-Dereck Chisora clash.
It’s a fight that has British fight fans salivating as Frank Warren finally unveiled the Ricky Burns versus Kevin Mitchell scrap, which has been signed for the SECC Arena in Glasgow on September 8th.
“…Sky have also now shown the door to another household name on the British fight scene, promoter Frank Maloney, leaving fans wondering what the future holds for the sport in terms of regular televised coverage.”
The Boxing Tribune’s Ben Randall takes a look at the Shakespearean drama developing over Frank Warren’s proposed Dereck Chisora-David Haye bout.
The Boxing Tribune’s Ben Randall explores the possibility of a Dereck Chisora-David Haye contest
According to Dereck Chisora’s promoter, Frank Warren, the British heavyweight who made headlines last month by engaging in a press conference brawl with former titlist, David Haye, has had his British boxing license revoked indefinitely.
The Boxing Tribune’s UK Correspondent, Geoff Poundes, takes a look at Amir Khan’s rocky road toward something resembling super-stardom.
Manchester, UK lightweight, John Murray (30-0, 18 KOs), will make the second defense of his European 135 lb. title against Karim El Ouazghari (11-1-2, 4 KOs) on April 2nd at York Hall in London, April 2nd. This will be Murray’s first bout under the banner of new promoter, Frank Warren. El Ouazghari is a 31-year [...]