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19 matches for " Eddie Hearn":
Eddie Hearn has met with Kell Brook and seemingly confirmed the popular Sheffield fighter's future is at 154lbs.
As Kell Brook's move to 154 lpbs is made official by Eddie Hearn, potential opponents have been making themselves known.
The WBC President Mauricio Sulaiman has stated he wants Joshua and Wilder to fight next.
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 big boxing results from around the world this past weekend, rounded up by Adam Thorn.
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.
The Hellraiser Weekender: The Proving Ground. Steve Fearon, takes an analytic, in depth look at the Dillian Whyte versus Robert Helenius fight, the records of both men and what they indicate for the fight.
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 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.
Introducing Hellraiser website's editor Adam Thorn, who will ruminate weekly over varying topics to do with Hellraiser and the boxing world beyond our walls!
Chris Waddams runs through his top ten fights he'd like to see domestically next season.
Amir Khan is back! After two years away from the ring, and a trip to the jungle, the popular Bolton man will face off against Phil Lo Greco. Matt Lewis takes an early look at the fight set for April 21st in Liverpool.
The hotly anticipated rematch between David Haye and Tony Bellew is off, and questions must be asked about Haye's ability to compete at the level he'd like any longer.
George Storr takes a look at Anthony Yarde's performances and opposition, and asks, "Is Anthony Yarde The Real Deal?"
Assassin Boxing fighter JJ McDonagh will make his long awaited return to the ring on July 23rd, at York Hall, under the banner of Tommy Dove`s Dove Box Promotions.
With speculation that the rematch between Tony Bellew and David Haye is at risk from an injury to the Hayemaker, Adam Thorn asks, "Is David Haye Injured?".
Jason Doherty lists his top five boxing wishes for 2018.
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