The biggest grudge match this century, at least according to the promoters, is to get the 24/7 reality series treatment. David Haye and Dereck Chisora have allowed the BoxNation cameras into their training camps as they prepare to settle their differences under Queensberry Rules and with the four part series kicking off on 27 June here is the trailer…
BoxNation have announced that chart-topping pop star Dappy, will be performing his cover of Queen’s ‘We Will Rock You’ live in the ring moments before David Haye and Dereck Chisora clash in their July 14 grudge match.
The nation has watched closely as the explosive history between Haye and Chisora has unfolded, and eagerly awaited a meeting in the ring between the two controversial heavyweights.
British light-heavyweight champion Tony Bellew is at loggerheads with Frank Warren after his solicitors claimed he had severed ties with the promoter, only to have the claims rejected out of hand by Warren.
BoxNation has announced a long-term output deal with top US boxing promoter Golden Boy Promotions, commencing on April 21 with a double world-title show.
The show will feature Abner Mares facing Erik Morel for the vacant WBC super-bantamweight title and Anselmo Moreno and David De La Mora battling it out for WBA bantamweight super title.
Queensberry Promotions will launch a new monthly boxing show dedicated to young, up and coming domestic talent in tougher, more action packed fights, designed to develop them at a faster rate to championship level.
The concept show called BoxACADEMY will be broadcast on BoxNation and kicks off on April 12 at the York Hall with Southern Area cruiserweight champ and unbeaten 7-0 prospect Tony Conquest taking on Scotland’s 2006 Commonwealth Games medallist Stephen Simmons in a ten round contest.
There was a real life ‘Rocky’ feel about Shane McPhilbin’s thrilling last round ‘come from behind’ British title win over Leon Williams last January. And in an interview last week, the grounded Bulwell cruiser told boxing writer Glynn Evans how he intends to prolong his Hollywood tale when he faces off against hammer-fisted former WBO champion Enzo Maccarinelli on Friday.