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13 matches for " Lee Selby":
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!
Hellraiser boxing's world results round up from last weekend and including the WBO welterweight world title fight result from Brisbane 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.
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.
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.
A British pound for pound top ten list by Chris Waddams, has he picked controversially? Who's missed out?
Chris Waddams runs through his top ten fights he'd like to see domestically next season.
Adam is not a gambler, but in this series- using his "last" £8, he attempts to understand the world of sports betting over several weeks. Or until the money runs out. He will be chronicling his journey right here on the Hellraiser website.
A round up of the big boxing stories from the weekend. Featuring George Groves, Leo Santa Cruz, Matt McCarthy and Dillian Whyte.
Adam Thorn rounds up the weekend in boxing and talks about the sad but inevitable decline of Robert Guerrero, and his excitement over the upcoming Hellraiser trip to Las Vegas.
British Boxing Board of Control 2015 awards.
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