Chisora showed heart beyond the call of duty. Now he should retire while he still knows how to tie his shoelaces; you can't take that kind of...
116-109 and what a fight.
It hardly ever happens in English football now - the courts crack down heavily so they fight elsewhere.
Spot on. The days when boxing fans appreciated the better man have gone. Nowadays the TV companies and promoters go for the football supporter...
The jungles of Kilimanjaro?
It wasn't one of Mick's best shows but it was Friday night, on terrestrial, and there were some good performances.
They were a few years past their peak by then. There was something called punk around but you'll never see it on this sort of programme.
Three punches while Skeete was down. One you can explain away as over-exuberance, three is deliberate and you simply can't say that it had no...
Imagine if Skeete had sold hundreds of tickets. Imagine if Skeete's fans were kicking off in the crowd ....
A quick runthrough of former British LH champions shows that all sports only started when Sky began.
Another FotY contender from Mick.
I switched on about ten minutes ago wondering how many fights I would see...
Respect to both fighters and class from Williamson at the end.
All those big tough boxing lads scared to mention p.e.r.i.o.d.s.
It might have looked premature but on replay it was only the ropes that kept Liam upright. There was no point in letting him get hurt any more...
Bookies still have Joshua favourite. Just sayin'.
If Mick was on one of the big channels he'd have to protect his investments with mismatches to attract the casuals. On C5 he can put on great...
Eggington's never in a bad fight and that one was good even by his standards but one of the days he's going to unravel badly.
Please don't ruin it with stupid cards.
Round of the year there.
Eggington's gone back to defending with his chin again.
Perhaps the McKenna boys might consider a Clearasil sponsorship.
I predict a riot.