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Boxing News Magazine 7th March 2013 Back Issue

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INSIDE this week’s issue of Boxing News, the world’s only weekly boxing publication (established 1909), we focus on the heated promotional rivalry and power struggle between Frank Warren and Eddie Hearn.

George Groves talks about his decision to leave Warren and join Hearn’s Matchroom franchise in the news section, while Ricky Burns’ trainer Billy Nelson reveals his frustration following the postponement of his fighter’s clash with Miguel Vazquez. We also hear from the likes of Nathan Cleverly, Dereck Chisora, Amir Khan, Kevin Mitchell, Robert Guerrero and Andre Ward.

The Wembley Arena show headlined by Darren Barker’s meeting with Italian Simone Rotolo is previewed, as is Bernard Hopkins’ IBF light-heavyweight title tilt against Tavoris Cloud in Brooklyn, New York and Ashley Sexton’s European bantamweight title bout against Stephane Jamoye in Herstal, Belgium.

We have exclusive features with WBO welterweight champion Timothy Bradley and Stoke Newington light-middleweight Erick Ochieng.

All of the past weekend’s action is covered, including Richard Abril-Sharif Bogere in Las Vegas, Billy Dib-Evgeny Gradovich in Mashantucket, Chris van Heerden-Matthew Hatton in Sandton, South Africa and Martin Concepcion-Ryan Clark in North Hykeham.

Unbeaten welterweight Keith Thurman faces the 60-second interview ahead of his clash with Jan Zaveck and former British super-middleweight titlist Cornelius Carr talks about his life after the bell. Bob Mee discusses the rumours surrounding Sam Soliman’s drug test prior to the Felix Sturm contest and we select the top five strawweights in the world.

The amateurs section includes a ringside report from the British Lionhearts-Ukraine Otamans WSB contest.

All this and much, much more in this week’s issue of the world’s oldest and best boxing magazine.
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Boxing News

7th March 2013 INSIDE this week’s issue of Boxing News, the world’s only weekly boxing publication (established 1909), we focus on the heated promotional rivalry and power struggle between Frank Warren and Eddie Hearn. George Groves talks about his decision to leave Warren and join Hearn’s Matchroom franchise in the news section, while Ricky Burns’ trainer Billy Nelson reveals his frustration following the postponement of his fighter’s clash with Miguel Vazquez. We also hear from the likes of Nathan Cleverly, Dereck Chisora, Amir Khan, Kevin Mitchell, Robert Guerrero and Andre Ward. The Wembley Arena show headlined by Darren Barker’s meeting with Italian Simone Rotolo is previewed, as is Bernard Hopkins’ IBF light-heavyweight title tilt against Tavoris Cloud in Brooklyn, New York and Ashley Sexton’s European bantamweight title bout against Stephane Jamoye in Herstal, Belgium. We have exclusive features with WBO welterweight champion Timothy Bradley and Stoke Newington light-middleweight Erick Ochieng. All of the past weekend’s action is covered, including Richard Abril-Sharif Bogere in Las Vegas, Billy Dib-Evgeny Gradovich in Mashantucket, Chris van Heerden-Matthew Hatton in Sandton, South Africa and Martin Concepcion-Ryan Clark in North Hykeham. Unbeaten welterweight Keith Thurman faces the 60-second interview ahead of his clash with Jan Zaveck and former British super-middleweight titlist Cornelius Carr talks about his life after the bell. Bob Mee discusses the rumours surrounding Sam Soliman’s drug test prior to the Felix Sturm contest and we select the top five strawweights in the world. The amateurs section includes a ringside report from the British Lionhearts-Ukraine Otamans WSB contest. All this and much, much more in this week’s issue of the world’s oldest and best boxing magazine.


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INSIDE this week’s issue of Boxing News, the world’s only weekly boxing publication (established 1909), we focus on the heated promotional rivalry and power struggle between Frank Warren and Eddie Hearn.

George Groves talks about his decision to leave Warren and join Hearn’s Matchroom franchise in the news section, while Ricky Burns’ trainer Billy Nelson reveals his frustration following the postponement of his fighter’s clash with Miguel Vazquez. We also hear from the likes of Nathan Cleverly, Dereck Chisora, Amir Khan, Kevin Mitchell, Robert Guerrero and Andre Ward.

The Wembley Arena show headlined by Darren Barker’s meeting with Italian Simone Rotolo is previewed, as is Bernard Hopkins’ IBF light-heavyweight title tilt against Tavoris Cloud in Brooklyn, New York and Ashley Sexton’s European bantamweight title bout against Stephane Jamoye in Herstal, Belgium.

We have exclusive features with WBO welterweight champion Timothy Bradley and Stoke Newington light-middleweight Erick Ochieng.

All of the past weekend’s action is covered, including Richard Abril-Sharif Bogere in Las Vegas, Billy Dib-Evgeny Gradovich in Mashantucket, Chris van Heerden-Matthew Hatton in Sandton, South Africa and Martin Concepcion-Ryan Clark in North Hykeham.

Unbeaten welterweight Keith Thurman faces the 60-second interview ahead of his clash with Jan Zaveck and former British super-middleweight titlist Cornelius Carr talks about his life after the bell. Bob Mee discusses the rumours surrounding Sam Soliman’s drug test prior to the Felix Sturm contest and we select the top five strawweights in the world.

The amateurs section includes a ringside report from the British Lionhearts-Ukraine Otamans WSB contest.

All this and much, much more in this week’s issue of the world’s oldest and best boxing magazine.
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