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Hellraiser Boxing is one of London's leading professional boxing promoters. Organising regular fight nights at exciting venues around London and throughout the UK.
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Chris Waddams looks at the pros and cons of tactically taking a knee during a fight.
Chris Waddams picks some fighters out from the small hall scene to keep an eye on this year.
There were mentions for some of Hellraiser Boxing's pugilists in the Boxing News 2017 Awards. But who was it?
Mickey Helliet may be a small hall promoter but he has very big ambitions - My ambition absolutely is to be the biggest promoter in the world. To be the ginger Don King.
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.
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!
White collar fight club offers wannabe heavyweights top training facilities. White collar competitors from Canary Wharf and the City will head to Limehouse on April 23 - St George's Day - for the 10-match Clash Of The Corporates at The Troxy.
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?
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.
The Hellraiser Weekender is out a little early this week. In it Adam Thorn examines Carl Frampton's year and the Reborn card he headlines in Belfast, giving previews and predictions for the top three fights.
A big welcome to Hellraiser's latest writer, Steve Fearon. His first piece will be up later today.
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.
A look at the effects the two fights featuring all five middleweight belts on Saturday could have on the division, where they might land and what chain reactions those outcomes could have.
A unique insight into the days after a first professional loss. Boxer Sam Jones and trainer Ty Browne talk to Hellraiser's Adam Thorn.
Hellraiser's brief round up of world boxing news. This week: Carl Frampton, Andre Ward, Rigondeaux and Lomachenko and British world title anguish.
Hellraiser's critical mind Steve Fearon gets started breaking down the incredibly exciting World Boxing Super Series competition. Part one looks at the cruiserweight hopefuls and their records. Essential reading!
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!
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!
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.
Amir Khan is due a comeback and Hellraiser's Adam Thorn mulls potential opponents for the likeable Bolton man.
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.
Results from the Echo Arena, Liverpool, as Callum Smith and Erik Skoglund contested the first quarter final of the World Boxing Super Series super middleweight tournament. Both men were unbeaten going in.
PRESS RELEASE: Cyclone Promotions announce Channel 5 show on October 7th in conjunction with Hellraiser Boxing featuring six Hellraiser fighters. Robin Dupre fights for the Commonwealth Cruiserweight title and Asinia Byfield defends his Southern Area super welterweight belt.
Chris Waddams runs through his top ten fights he'd like to see domestically next season.
Our review of the recent British boxing film Jawbone. Can it compare to other great boxing cinema?
In this fascinating piece Lee Robertson looks at the career of Julio César Chávez, and examines his undefeated winning streak and all time pound for pound credentials.
The Weekender! A Game of Thrones: Battle for the Pound for Pound Crown. Lee Robertson takes a look at the huge fight on the horizon between mega-talents Guillermo Rigondeaux and Vasyl Lomachenko. Don't miss this!
Paul Duckworth looks at 2017 and puts forward who thinks had good years, and those who will want to improve in 2018.
Jason Doherty lists his top five boxing wishes for 2018.
Pictures and write up of Hellraiser's visit to Kent to the opening of Kent Gloves Boxing Club.
Unbeater Hellraiser fighter Konrad Stempkowski talks about his upcoming fight, camp and his plans for the future with Adam Thorn.
Tony Owen and manager Mickey Helliet discuss Tony's fight with Swedish Olympian Anthony Yigit.
Sam Jones wins his rematch with Chris Adaway in Bournemouth on July 1st. Review of the fight by Conor Slater or Assassins Promotions.
Lee Robertson looks at the mega-event Mayweather vs McGregor and the clash of cultures it brings.
A review of the mega fight/ showbiz extravaganza which took place last Saturday in Las Vegas between Conor McGregor of UFC and Floyd Mayweather.
Assassin Boxing Promotions and Red Corner Promotions are delighted to announce the establishment of Ireland's first ever prizefighter competition.
Mickey Helliet secures a new TV deal with London Live, Sky TV Channel.
A first look at the Golovkin versus Alvarez mega fight from Paul Duckworth. How do you see the fight going?
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