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Britain versus the world – a study of home advantage

Does Frank Warren deserve his reputation for getting home advantage and are Matchroom hard done by? Danny Flexen investigates

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October 24: A split-site Pay-per-View?

It was announced yesterday that ‘The Special One’ Kell Brook (35-0-0, 24 KO) will be making the third defence of his IBF World Welterweight title against Diego Chaves (23-2-1, 19 KO) on October 24th at the Sheffield Arena. 197 more words


Hearn's Horsepower Driving British Boxing

Contrary to the misfortune of a former UK telecoms giant’s customers, the future is truly bright for British boxing. The engine room of the British resurgence is Matchroom Boxing, with Eddie Hearn firmly steering the ship from the helm. 420 more words


Boom Boom Coyle wants to punish Cool Hand Luke

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‘Boom Boom’ happy to play the underdog in battle of Hull

Tommy Coyle says local rival Luke Campbell MBE will pay a heavy price for underestimating him ahead of their official eliminator for the WBC World Lightweight title at the KC Lightstream Stadium in Hull on Saturday night, live on Sky Sports. 464 more words

Rose must revenge Jones loss to rejuvinate his career.

Brian Rose will look to avenge his controversial first round defeat to Carson Jones this weekend when the pair meet for a rematch on the “Rumble on the Humber” undercard. 228 more words


"Rumble on the Humber" is Campbell's chance to come of age.

Lee Murphy

Luke Campbell MBE and Tommy “Boom Boom” Coyle will fight in an official WBC World Lightweight title eliminator at the KC Lightstream Stadium, Hull on Saturday night. 416 more words


Quigg puts down a marker with Kiko performance.


Super Bantamweight star makes huge statement in Manchester

Scott Quigg produced a stunning second round knockout win over Kiko Martinez in his WBA World Super Bantamweight title defence at the Manchester Arena. 232 more words