Former foes and current world champions Bernard Hopkins and Antonio Tarver engaged in a war of words on social network site Twitter, re-igniting their an ongoing feud the pair have shared since their meeting in 2006.
The never ending saga that is trying to get boxing superstars Floyd Mayweather and Manny Pacquiao in the same ring came to a crossroads yesterday when Mayweather officially called out Pacquiao on Twitter.
Brit legend Ricky Hatton talks to interview extraordinaire Jane Couch about putting on the mitts as a trainer, being a novice on Twitter and the blue side of Manchester…
The 'mystery man' at the centre of the storm surrounding Amir Khan's loss to Lamont Peterson was interrogated by a Team Khan member this week, as he revealed that he will attend a hearing into the fight on January 18.
Social network site Twitter has been used by boxers to call each other out and set the wheels in motion for a big fight, but this week UK promoters Frank Warren and Eddie Hearn took to the site to openly negotiate a contest for two of their fighters.
The rival promoters went back and forth on the social network in attempt to pit Warren promoted Billy Joe Saunders against Hearn boy John Ryder in a Southern Area middleweight title fight.
The verbal sparring between light-welterweight foes Amir Khan and Breidis Prescott ignited again today after Prescott declared he would ‘spit’ in Amir and his father Shah’s faces.
British and Commonwealth light-heavyweight champion Tony Bellew hit out at rioters last night as his mother’s car was stolen and burned in the disturbances in Liverpool.
The boxer from Wavertree in Liverpool took to Twitter to condemn the actions of looters up and down the country last night as the riots which began in London this weekend spread to the North West and beyond.
The pair who traded blows in sparring as amateurs have turned to trading verbal insults recently as a meeting in the professional ranks becomes more and more tenable.