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14 matches for " Carl Frampton":
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 round of up the biggest fights from last weekend. Carl Frampton had a tougher test than expected and Julian Williams looked to get back in the mix in the super welterweight division.
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.
As Carl Frampton and Lee Selby gear up for fights to see out 2017 for them, they talk about plans for next year, and with a talent rich division domestically, we could be in for a sizzling 2018!
A British pound for pound top ten list by Chris Waddams, has he picked controversially? Who's missed 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.
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.
Paul Duckworth looks at 2017 and puts forward who thinks had good years, and those who will want to improve in 2018.
Chris Waddams runs through his top ten fights he'd like to see domestically next season.
Video Blog: Mickey takes a look at he card in Belfast this Saturday and breaks down the Frampton and Conlan fights.
Hellraiser boxing's world results round up from last weekend and including the WBO welterweight world title fight result from Brisbane today.
Chris Waddams explains how boxing's belts are ranked and what value they hold to fighters at different stages of their careers.
In another weekly blog Mickey discusses Haye, AJ, Frank Warren and Chris Eubank jr.
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?
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