Fa and Brock stay undefeated, Murphy suffers first loss
NZ PBA heavyweight champion Junior Fa and super middleweight prospect Shay Brock remained undefeated while Ricky Murphy suffered his first professional loss at the Shane Cameron-promoted Indian Motorcycles Fight Night in Auckland on Thursday.
Hughie’s Gypsy style has potential to cause Parker problems
Hughie Fury is a different beast from any that Joseph Parker has faced at this point in his career.
The road ahead: Joseph Parker’s options for 2017
The ructions at Duco have overshadowed where the real focus should be for champion boxer Joseph Parker: who next?
Parker a world away from jubilant Joshua
Joshua looked gone for all money. So dominant had the former Olympic champion been in gliding to 18-0, only the slightest hint of a form guide existed to help predict what might happen next
Putting on a show with Duco’s David Higgins
Steve Deane talks to event promoter David Higgins about the thrills and spills of staging a major sporting event
Peter Fury visa refusal puts Parker fight at risk
Immigration New Zealand’s decision to deny Peter Fury entry to New Zealand as son Hughie’s cornerman for the WBO world title fight against Joseph Parker in May is typical of the bureaucratic, liberal-leaning, election-conscious hypocrisy that...
No shortage of options for GGG after title defence
NEW YORK (AP) — Options, options and more options. All the talk if Gennady Golovkin successfully defended his middleweight titles against Danny Jacobs was centered on GGG finally getting in the ring with Canelo Alvarez. Now, there might be another...
In the footsteps of giants: Kiwi fighters going global
Mark Hunt’s headlining UFC heavyweight clash against Derek Lewis at Vector Arena on June 11 is a classic case of the young lion challenging the old pride leader to see if a next generation fighter is ready to be king.
Miracle Man: Middleweight Danny Jacobs outfought cancer
Danny Jacobs has already won a bout with cancer. So facing even as formidable an opponent as middleweight powerhouse Gennady Golovkin isn’t frightening.