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VIDEO BLOG: Mickey Helliet analyses and gives a detailed technical breakdown as WBC World Heavyweight Champion Deontay Wilder meets 'Cuban King Kong' Luis Ortiz for the WBC version of the heavyweight title.
Hellraiser's team picked their Top Ten World Fights for next season, Adam Thorn runs through them.
The WBC President Mauricio Sulaiman has stated he wants Joshua and Wilder to fight next.
Tyson Fury releases statement on future, claiming comeback and drawing comparison with Muhammad Ali. Read Hellraiser's report, and the statement in full, here.
Matt Lewis looks at big punching prospects and asks if this astonishing and entertaining attribute can have a negative affect on their development.
Hellraiser brings you the latest news from a busy week in the heavyweight division.
Both have fights this weekend, and shared a ring in the past, but Dave Allen isn't exactly wishing Luis Ortiz all the best for his fight with Deontay Wilder. Hellraiser Boxing's George Storr spoke to the popular heavyweight.
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.
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 quick round up of the biggest boxing news from around the world and Hellraiser.
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.
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.
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.
Paul Duckworth looks at 2017 and puts forward who thinks had good years, and those who will want to improve in 2018.
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