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18 matches for " Kell Brook":
As Kell Brook's move to 154 lpbs is made official by Eddie Hearn, potential opponents have been making themselves known.
Eddie Hearn has met with Kell Brook and seemingly confirmed the popular Sheffield fighter's future is at 154lbs.
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.
Amir Khan is due a comeback and Hellraiser's Adam Thorn mulls potential opponents for the likeable Bolton man.
A quick round up of the biggest boxing news from around the world and Hellraiser.
Hellraiser asks fighters, writers and betting experts their pick to win the huge Golovkin vs Alvarez fight this Saturday. The results might surprise 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.
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.
Our stats man Steve Fearon goes over the early record of Conor Benn, and compares it with other highly rated competitors in their early bouts.
It's finally here! Unbeaten fearsome puncher Gennady Golovkin takes on tough Mexican Saul Alvarez in Las Vegas in the fight of the decade. Four world middleweight titles are on the line, but who will win?
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!
British Boxing Board of Control 2015 awards.
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 Weekend Read. Steve Fearon investigates stats in boxing and whether they're a good thing or can be misleading.
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.
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.
A British pound for pound top ten list by Chris Waddams, has he picked controversially? Who's missed out?
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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