It is a measure of the high regard that experts have for Paul Smith’s ring talent that, despite capturing British and Commonwealth titles, the personable Scouse super-middle still believes he has plenty more to achieve.
A former senior ABA champion and 2002 Commonwealth Games silver medallist in his teens, ‘Smigga’, who recently turned 30, has lost to James DeGale (reigning European champion) and George Groves (current Commonwealth king).
Undefeated British and Commonwealth super-middleweight champion George Groves has confirmed that he will challenge WBO world titleholder Robert Steiglitz on May 5.
Groves will travel to the champion's backyard to fight for a world title in only his 15th professional contest. Steiglitz meanwhile, will be making the sixth defence of his title and will be boxing in his 44th career fight.
This visually stunning short film takes you inside the infamous Gallagher’s Gym – home of champion trainer Joe Gallagher and his stable of tooth and nail fighters including British lightweight champion Anthony Crolla, super-bantamweight titleholder Scott Quigg, and lightweight world title challenger John Murray. No script, no re-takes, just real life inside one of the most successful gyms in British boxing history, shot by filmmaker Matt Knight.
Trailer for the awesome looking short film on the ins and outs of Gallagher's Gym. See what it is about the indefatigable trainer and his set up that took him on a 49-0 winning streak. Featuring the man himself Joe Gallagher and his combatants from John Murray, to Joe Murray, the Smith brothers, Scott Quigg, Michael Jennings, Anthony Crolla, Scott Cardle, Hosea Burton, and Callum Johnson.
British and Commonwealth champion George Groves has called his first fight with Kenny Anderson the ‘worse performance' of his career ahead of the rematch on March 16 at Wembley Arena, live on BoxNation.
Groves will defend his British title against the Scotsman who he stopped in the sixth round of their first meeting but only after getting off the canvas and coming through a firefight early on in the contest.
Promoter Frank Warren has confirmed that George Groves' British super-middleweight title defence against Kenny Anderson will headline the Wembley Arena on March 16, live on BoxNation.
Warren only last week won the purse bids to stage the fight; a rematch of their November 2010 war that saw Groves heavily floored in the third round, only to come back and stop the Edinburgh hardman in the sixth.
Fighter turned promoter turned roving reporter Jane Couch cornered the Hayemaker team after George Groves emphatic second round knockout win over Paul Smith earlier this month. In the funny interview, Couch questions Adam Booth about letting Groves go to Frank Warren and jokes with David Haye about life after retirement.
Unbeaten prospect George Groves retained his British and Commonwealth super-middleweight titles with a brutal second-round knockout win over Paul Smith at Wembley Arena.
The 23-year-old from nearby Hammersmith was back in action for the first time since beating great rival James DeGale in May and itching to build on such a high-profile victory.
Ricky Burns and Michael Katsidis both weighed spot on the lightweight limit of 9st 9lbs ahead of their Interim WBO Lightweight title fight tonight at the Wembley Arena, live on BoxNation (Sky channel 456).
British and Commonwealth super-middleweight champion George Groves throws some shapes in the gym and talks to Frankwarren.tv about his training camp, James DeGale’s European title win, and not having a rematch with the tricky southpaw in his immediate plans, ahead of his first defence against Paul Smith.