The latest news from the local boxing scene
Hackney super flyweight hopes to hear back from BBBofC this week
Stoke Newington cruiserweight Lawrence Okolie is looking forward to a nice break after his latest quickfire win, before returning to the ring in September, writes Ken Sellek.
Professional boxers put on outdoor training session
Rio Olympian crushed Czech oppoent Rudolf Helesic inside 70 seconds on Saturday
Hackney boxer and UEL student set for third professional fight of his career later this month
World Series of Boxing action at iconic London venue
Hackney heavyweight loses on split decision
Stoke Newington’s Olympian boxer Lawrence Okolie is gearing up for his second professional fight – and has also been added to the undercard at the Anthony Joshua and Wladimir Klitschko blockbuster.
Hackney heavyweight lined up for Wembley action
York Hall set to host crunch WSB clash
Two boxers from the Lion ABC are through to the final of London Boxing Elite Championship after fighting their way through the opening rounds.
The Lion Amateur Boxing Club will be staging their second show of the season this Saturday at their newly-revamped headquarters.
Lawrence Okolie is excited ahead of his professional debut in Manchester and says he wants to dominate the cruiserweight division.
Hackney’s super-lightweight Ohara Davies retained his WBC Silver Belt at the O2 Arena – stretching his unbeaten record to 15.
Islington Boxing Club held a successful open show at Boston Dome in Tufnel Park with all 16 bouts feturing a home boxer.
Cruiserweight came to prominence in amateur game with superb 2016
Boxing and politics are often closely intertwined – and, at the pioneering gym run by Islington BC’s Ella Gilbert, it’s certainly difficult to separate them.
Lion ABC teenager Amo Singh became a national champion on Sunday – and immediately dedicated his title success to his late mother.
Unbeaten Homerton welterweight Larry Ekundayo returns to the ring for the first time in a year on Friday night in Surbiton.
Unbeaten Homerton boxer Ohara Davies believes he’d either be dead or in prison had he continued along the path he was going down before entering the sport.
Homerton super-lightweight Ohara Davies will fight on the undercard of Juergen Braehmer v Nathan Cleverly on Saturday in Germany.
Unbeaten Homerton boxer Ohara Davies faces the toughest test of his career to date when he takes on Willie Limond in Glasgow next month.
Angel ABC lightweight Mark Kuderovitch believes his recent losing streak has made him a better boxer as he prepares for the new amateur season.
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