- Maidana Not worried about Mayweather's Power
- Manny Pacquiao: good enough to compete, but should now retire
- Mayweather Vs. Maidana: Preview And Prediction
- The Pound-for-Pound Top 10
- Malignaggi vs. Porter: Which Shawn "Showtime" Porter will show up against the Magic Man in DC?
- Maidana doesn't have the power but maybe he has the style to beat Money
- AWE to Air WBA World Championship LIVE this Saturday
- THE HALF-SOLVED “MAYWEATHER VS. PACQUIAO”
- “Payasito”-Tostado in the works for May in Mexico
- A Trio of U.S. Boxers Earn Preliminary Round Victories at the 2014 Youth World Championships
- Chinese Taipei impress in Sofia
- Browne v Bahoeli to be broadcast to Australia and across Asia
David Price faces 45-year-old Matt Skelton on November 30th
DAVID PRICE reckons has Portugal training camp has got him in the mood to hammer Matt Skelton. The undefeated Liverpool boxer makes the second defence of his British and Commonwealth heavyweight titles against Skelton at Aintree Equestrian Centre on Friday 30th November.
Since beating Audley Harrison in 82 seconds last month, Price has been preparing at promoter Frank Maloney’s training camp in the Algarve.
Price, 29, said: “I went to Portugal because the fight was so soon after the Audley Harrison bout.
“I needed a change of scenery because I was going straight back into camp. It has been refreshing and exactly what I needed.
“I have had some good sparring with Danny Price and John McDermott. I am more or less there and ready to do a number on Skelton.
“I only had a week off after the last fight so it was a case of maintaining what I had already done in the gym in the weeks previously.”
So far this year Price beaten John McDermott, Sam Sexton and Harrison with his three victims lasting just 13 minutes and 42 seconds between them – but Price still needs a break.
He explained: “I have trained for four 12 round fights this year which is god because I have been busy.
“Although the first three fights haven’t gone the distance the training camp takes it out of you and I will welcome a month off over Christmas.”
There is a top class undercard including Darren Hamilton’s British light-welterweight title defence against local boxer Steve Williams.
Other boxers in action include Joe Selkirk, Danny Price, Tony Dodson, Mike Stafford, Andy Colquahoun, Wayne Adeniyi, Neil Perkins and Tommy Carrus.
Tickets for Price’s second defence of his belts are priced £40, £60, £90, £190 VIP including 4 course Christmas meal and are available fromwww.frankmaloney.com, 0844 8000 410
The card will be screened live on BoxNation (Sky 437/Virgin546). You can join at www.boxnation.com
- July Draws with Graves; Vows for better showing in next bout
- Jordan Shimmell wins by TKO on the Golden Boy show in Chicago
- Pacquiao is back as he beats Bradley
- Left-Hook Lounge Mailbag: Pacquiao vs Bradley, Canelo vs Lara, and Bob Arum!!
- Video: Manuel Charr outworks Kevin Johnson over ten
- ‘The Master’ Masternak dominates in Denmark
- Andy Lee Wins Denmark Encounter
- Official Weigh-in Results for Hopkins-Shumenov
- Hopkins – Shumenov weigh-in livestream at 1pm ET
- Bernard Hopkins warns Shumenov ‘to get ready for school’
- Video: Crolla vs. Murray weigh-in
- Video: Quigg vs Munyai Weigh-In
- Malignaggi vs. Porter: Which Shawn “Showtime” Porter will show up against the Magic Man in DC?
- Showtime Tripleheader gives BHOP a chance to add more legend to his longevity