It should be completely unsurprising that the first weekend of boxing after almost 2 months of no shows should bring us another score card controversy. In a card where the story should have been about one of the biggest upsets in recent boxing history, Mauricio Lara beating Josh Warrington by ninth round stoppage, the talk […]
Read More Boxing scoring madness: The judges aren’t corrupt, the system is just flawed.
10 months after the sport first had to grind to a halt, the British Boxing Board of Control has once again put a stop to all UK boxing shows for the month of January. There is absolutely no promise that we will return to normal programming in February and with this being the 4th whole […]
Read More Will Boxing Ever Recover From Lockdown?
Toward the back end of last year, in a bout between one of the worlds hottest heavyweight prospects, Daniel DuBois, and Rio 2016 silver medallist Joe Joyce faced off in one of the most anticipated bouts of the year. DuBois was the heavy favourite, having steamrolled most of his opponents until that point. Joyce was […]
Read More Boxing is not bear baiting. Lets normalise taking the knee.
This year I had been planning on going back to St Vincent, the place of my mothers birth for my usual summer visit. With the world going into lockdown, and St Vincent requiring two planes to get there even without Covid enforced regulations, this year it just wasn’t a possibility. Instead I joined the rest […]
Read More The West Indian Community need to stop trying to gatekeep the culture, they’re getting it horribly wrong.
So 3 weeks ago I turned 25. And I’m being faced with many of the same dilemma’s and troubles other’s my age are facing. I’m defo an adult (two day hangovers can attest to that), I’m not too sure if I’m adulating correctly, but I look at everyone below the age 0f 20 like they’re […]
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