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Video blog: Mickey talks about the battle in Cardiff between Anthony Joshua and Carlos Takam, which as he predicted was much closer than largely expected. He also explains why the rest of the bill didn't interest him!
Hellraiser's quick round up of the biggest boxing news from around the world. Fallout from the Anthony Joshua fight and card, and Saunders set for an away day.
Joseph Parker's promoter David Higgins has made his stance on terms negotiations for a unification fight with Anthony Joshua pretty clear.
Anthony Joshua and Joseph Parker are to meet in a heavyweight unification fight in Cardiff on March 31st, and if he's to show he's at the level he says he is, Joshua will need a good performance, warns George Storr.
Video Blog: Is Anthony Joshua v Carlos Takam the forgone conclusion the bookmakers are making out? Mickey Helliet knows Carlos Takam very well and predicts a much closer fight than is being made out.
Anthony Joshua says he wants to keep all his belts, which could mean a WBA mandatory defence in March 2018.
Paul Duckworth takes a closer look at Carlos Takam, Anthony Joshua's late replacement for the huge card on Saturday night. If you were wondering who Carlos Takam is, here's where you find out!
The Hellraiser Weekender: The Brits. Who were your top ten British fighters of 2017? Here Matt Lewis list his, taking in to account past record, level of opponent and current form.
Matt Lewis looks at big punching prospects and asks if this astonishing and entertaining attribute can have a negative affect on their development.
Hellraiser's team picked their Top Ten World Fights for next season, Adam Thorn runs through them.
Adam Thorn lists his top 10 UK pound for pound fighters. Hellraiser writers, Mickey Helliet and possibly some of our boxers too, will be cooking up their top ten British talents over the next few weeks. These lists will be based on the author's own unique, or not, criteria and way of thinking. Hellraiser central computer will then collate these into one definitive list.
A quick round up of the biggest boxing news from around the world and Hellraiser.
The WBC President Mauricio Sulaiman has stated he wants Joshua and Wilder to fight next.
Paul Duckworth looks at 2017 and puts forward who thinks had good years, and those who will want to improve in 2018.
Tyson Fury releases statement on future, claiming comeback and drawing comparison with Muhammad Ali. Read Hellraiser's report, and the statement in full, here.
Frank Warren's 9th December show will feature Daniel Dubois, the 5-0 (5) twenty year old heavyweight, who Warren is confident will take over the division.
Former world champion and BoxNation pundit Barry Jones speaks to Hellraiser about Ricky Hatton's popularity and a shift in identity for the working and middle classes, and the effect of that on boxing.
Hellraiser man Paul Duckworth previews the Joshua vs Takam card for Saturday in Cardiff. With 3 world title fights and plenty more interesting action, this is not to miss.
In another weekly blog Mickey discusses Haye, AJ, Frank Warren and Chris Eubank jr.
This fortnight's Southpaw Jab podcast sees Chris and Adam joined by Hellraiser's Mickey Helliet who talks candidly about his work, and the current situations of Darryll Williams and Asinia Byfield.
The Weekender this week looks at the health of the British heavyweight scene, a division with much to offer!
Another edition of Mickey Helliet's Hellraiser video blog.
Anthony Joshua and Dillian Whyte will meet at London's o2 Arena on December 12th for the British and Commonwealth Heavyweight Titles.
Chris Waddams explains how boxing's belts are ranked and what value they hold to fighters at different stages of their careers.
Hellraiser boxing's world boxing results round up. All the big results from last weekend, including Wadi Camacho's Southern Area title defence, Manuel Charr's bid for a "world" title and Sergey Kovalev's return after two consecutive losses.
Genevieve Teevan writes glowingly of her first time at the boxing; coming to a Hellraiser show at York Hall. Without much prior knowledge of the sport, and as a keen tennis player, she was surprised at what boxing is really like!
Hellraiser Boxing's weekly world results round up covers the Billy Joe Saunders, Spike O'Sullivan and Alexander Povetkin fights in Canada and Russia.
A round up of the big boxing stories from the weekend. Featuring George Groves, Leo Santa Cruz, Matt McCarthy and Dillian Whyte.
Chris Waddams explores the concept of the "casual" boxing fan, and asks whether there needs to be such animosity shown to those less devout to the sport.
The latest in our series of top ten UK pound for pound lists by our writers. This time it's Paul Duckworth selecting his best British boxers. How does it compare to your list?
Hellraiser brings you the latest news from a busy week in the heavyweight division.
Tyson Fury has been stripped of his Ring magazine heavyweight belt. But, as Chris Waddams explains, that doesn't mean what many people seem to think it does.
Adam is not a gambler, but in this series- using his "last" £8, he attempts to understand the world of sports betting over several weeks. Or until the money runs out. He will be chronicling his journey right here on the Hellraiser website.
A British pound for pound top ten list by Chris Waddams, has he picked controversially? Who's missed out?
With Pay Per View events seemingly increasing in regularity, Chris Waddams looks at what makes on worthy, in his opinion, of the extra money they cost you.
Matt Lewis takes a look at a few fighters who might not be world beaters, but graft away at close to that level providing stiff tests for boxers looking to break the top.
Adam Thorn previews and predicts the undercard of the huge British Beef bill at London's O2 this Saturday. Fighting on the show are Reece Bellotti and Ben Jones, Ted Cheeseman and Carson Jones, Nick Webb & Joshua Buatsi.
Chris Waddams runs through the upper echelons of belts professional boxers can win and gives his rankings of the straps. Your guide through the confusing plethora of belts within boxing!
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