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Who is Underestimating Who? Nonito Donaire Takes on Carl Frampton in April

Multiple-division boxing world champion Nonito “The Filipino Flash” Donaire (38-4, 24 KOs) of the Philippines returns to action on April 21, when he faces former WBA Super World Featherweight Champion Carl Frampton (24-1, 14 KO’s) of Belfast, United Kingdom, and already there is a subtle war of words going on between the two pugilists. 399 more words


Moon Snooker - UK Masters

Moon Snooker


UK Masters Final

Mark Allen (Northern Ireland) 10

Kyren Wilson (England) 7


Northern Ireland has a new sporting star as Mark Allen won his first ever major Snooker title at the Alexandra Palace. 255 more words


What We Learned About Carl Frampton- Frampton vs Garcia Review

Sometimes as a boxing fan it is hard to see one of your favourites boxers start to suffer at the hands of every boxers nemesis , Father Time . 566 more words

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Carl Frampton reborn but relieved

Carl Frampton returned to competitive action after 10 months away from the sport. It was also his first fight since his unblemished record was tarnished, losing to Leo Santa Cruz in a majority decision. 851 more words

Combat Sports

Belfast's Boxing Bonanza

Last night we saw the return to the ring of Belfast’s boxing star, Carl Frampton, as he took on Horacio Garcia.

Mexican superstar, Saul “Canelo” Alvarez was in attendance ringside to support his stablemate Garcia. 694 more words

Fight Night Preview - 18/11 - Frampton/Garcia, Conlan/Ancajas, Smith/Williams

Carl Frampton returns to the ring for the first time since his January loss to Leo Santa Cruz when he takes on Horacio Garcia at the SSE Arena in Belfast. 534 more words


Life on the right hand side of the bill; Ian Bailey and the toss of a coin

First published at BritishBoxers.co.uk in November 2016.

Heroes come in all shapes and sizes. Some are shared by thousands or even millions. Others are more personal; grandfathers with ‘snap’ tins filled with medals and ribbons or a father marching for his community beneath a colliery banner. 1,313 more words