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Anthony Joshua says he wants to keep all his belts, which could mean a WBA mandatory defence in March 2018.
Leytonstone super-lightweight Philip Bowes is planning to become the No 1 contender for the Southern Area championship. The belt is currently held by Rakeem Noble and Bowes has plans to take it off him by the end of the year. The 31 year old southpaw has put together three straight wins since joining Hellraiser Promotions - and is back in the ring next month. He's matched with Belfast's tough James Gorman over six rounds - and sees the fight as a stepping stone to another shot at the Southern Area title. Bowes, beaten on points by Johnny Coyle when he fought for the belt a year ago, said: "I'm trying to get into the mandatory position for the Southern Area title. "I know I'm a difficult opponent for anyone and want to make it so the champion has to fight me. "I was at ringside when Noble won the title and that's a fight I want. "I'm hoping the fight can happen by the end of the year. I've just got to keep winning and see what comes up." Bowes says his gym mates are bringing the best out of him as he prepares for the 15th fight of his professional career. He trains at the Limehouse Marina with Barry Smith and Harry Andrews - and his sparring partners include Larry Ekunadyo. He's currently ranked in the top 30 by the WBC and defends his African Boxing Union welterweight title in the top-of-the-bill fight on next month's show. Bowes said: "It's great sparring. It's like a chess match. We are always trying to trick each other into making mistakes." Tickets for the show at the York Hall are available from 07932 064548.
Siar Ozgul can book a title shot with victory at the York Hall next week. The Hackney-based Turk goes into his fight in Bethnal Green on Saturday, June 4 as the mandatory challenger for the Southern Area super-lightweight championship. Rakeem Noble has decided to vacate the belt rather than face 'The Lionheart of Istanbul' - and boxing bosses have now paired him with Kay Prosper for the title. Prosper posted on social media last week that he was struggling to find opponents - and Ozgul immediately challenged him ! The unbeatens now clash for the Southern Area strap on Saturday, July 16 - providing Ozgul wins his next fight at the York Hall. Prosper made it nine wins out of nine on the big David Haye show at the O2 Arena on Saturday night and Ozgul is convinced he will end his unbeaten record. He said: "The Southern Area title is a big title, but for me, it's just the start. "I'm planning to win many more titles after the Southern Area title. "Prosper is a good fighter, but I'm better. He says nobody will fight him, but I'm not scared of him. I'm not scared of anyone. I will fight him - and I will beat him." Tickets for the show at the York Hall are available from
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!
Assassin Boxing Promotions and Red Corner Promotions are delighted to announce the establishment of Ireland's first ever prizefighter competition.
Paul Duckworth previews an inteersting card in Monte Carlo on Saturday night, featuring British fighters Jamie McDonnell, Scott Quigg and Dereck Chisora, as well as knockout artist Dimitry Bivol.
For The Record is a series that discusses a boxer's five most recent opponents, and explores what progress those opponents have made since facing them. This time we look at the opponents of Tony Bellew.
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?
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.
Hellraiser brings you the latest news from a busy week in the heavyweight division.
A British pound for pound top ten list by Chris Waddams, has he picked controversially? Who's missed out?
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!
Chris Waddams explains how boxing's belts are ranked and what value they hold to fighters at different stages of their careers.
Chris Waddams runs through his top ten fights he'd like to see domestically next season.
As Luke Campbell challenges Jorge Linares, recent ruiner of English lightweight dreams, for the WBA world title in California this Saturday, we preview a potential career defining fight for both men.
Mickey Helliet brings big news about one of his fighters, talks Hellraiser's current success and goes over the Ward vs Kovalev 2 fallout.
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.
Promoter Tom Loeffler is floating the idea of Britain's Kal Yafai in a unification bout against Jerwin Ancajas.
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