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UNEARTHING A CHAMP

“ONCE I GOT MY JAB GOING, I FELT GOOD AND I KNEW I WAS FIT. WALE DIDN’T FADE, BUT IT WAS MY NIGHT”

BRADFOSTERBIG FEATURE BOXING NEWS

TO win the British title at 21 years old is some achievement.

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THE REALLY WILD SHOW – Wilder aims to make a statement against Breazeale STARS IN SCOTLAND – Taylor and Inoue co-headline in their WBSS semi-finals STADIUM STAGE – Saunders is in the spotlight against Isufi up at super-middle MUCH, MUCH MORE – Including major upsets on both sides of the Atlantic

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HIGHLIGHTS
The act of surrender is among the hardest tasks expected of a trainer
Tom Schwarz ight is Tyson Fury’s irst step towards becoming the most famous sportsman in the USA
I AM a boxing fan, and have been for as long as I can
Jack Hirsch remembers one of boxing’s most loyal companions
EXACTLY what made “Smokin” Bert Cooper so special is
When promoter PJ Rowson spotted Brad Foster beating up men almost twice his size in the gym, he knew he was on to something special, writes Matt Bozeat
Berchelt and Navarrete conirm previous wins, writes Jack Hirsch
Terry Dooley sees Flatley and Cullen win titles for promoter Wood
DERRICK OSAZE won the third Ultimate Boxxer tournament
SHEFFIELD’S Anthony “The Truth” Tomlinson secured a
Summers and Ball both get back on track on a seven-ight show
Wilson beats Draper after almost a year out, writes Philip Sharkey from ringside
Brennan nets shutout Fash victory. Elliot Foster reports from ringside
As at May 14. Compiled by Malcolm Meredith and Daniel Herbert
Dave ‘Boy’ Green, Bunny Johnson, Colin Jones, Pat Cowdell and Herol Graham were among the British stars in action 40 years ago
EBA stalwart Ray Clarke will be sorely missed
Andrew Fairley talks to a man who is yet to find anything he won’t eat
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Wilder is not in the fight we want but Breazeale should at least make things interesting, writes Matt Christie
The World Boxing Super Series serves up two quality encounters in Scotland, writes
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Paul Wheeler previews Burnett’s return from injury, plus a world title ight in the Far East
Will there be a new look to Billy Joe at a new weight, wonders John Dennen
MATCHROOM BOXING returned to Nottingham Arena for the
Williams drops and shocks Hurd in thriller, writes Sean Nam
Back in 1993, promoter Trevor Wallden had an idea. 16 world class heavyweights. One night. One winner. What could possibly go wrong ?
AMATEURS
A sequence of quality bouts for Area straps at the Dagenham Roundhouse
The England Boxing Schools championships reach the inals weekend with a host of success stories
Cheavon Clarke on supporting the Reaching Higher foundation
Tommy Dix highlights the boxers impressing in Chester