Boxing Monthly | July 2018

Boxing Monthly - July 2018

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Boxing Monthly

July 2018


THE FIRST BELL It's better to stop a fight one punch too early than one punch too late

PREACHER'S CORNER Shedding a large amount of weight and piling it back on after the weigh-in is potentially dangerous

VIEW FROM NEW YORK The Terence Crawford express rolls into the P4P No. 1 spot

BIG DADDY BUNCE In the late 1960s a WBA tournament pitted the best against the best

GOD'S ON MY SIDE Olympic gold medallist and two-time world champion Kennedy McKinney had a stellar career despite drug issues

WHEN YOU BELIEVE Matty Askin went through a period of low self esteem and poor results, but he came out the other side and feels there's now a place for him at world level

LAST MOHICAN Tyron Zeuge is Germany's only world champ but star status is proving elusive

CROWN PRINCE Dillian Whyte says he'll prove why he should be next in line to face AJ

NO TITLE NECESSARY Dillian Whyte vs Joseph Parker preview: a risky fight for both men

KAZAKH THUNDER With his stellar amateur record it seems only a matter of time before Daniyar Yeleussinov is challenging for world titles

BORN IN GHANA, MADE IN BRITAIN Isaac Dogboe wants 122lbs unification fights and he'd love at least one of them to be in the UK

LEEDS LOVE-IN Josh Warrington has joined Leeds' sporting greats -- fighting in the city's football stadium meant everything to him

CHANGES OF FORTUNE From Perth in Western Australia to Hollywood -- Justin Fortune explains how boxing entered his blood

ULTIMATE OPPORTUNITY Winning the Ultimate Boxxer competition gave Drew Brown a taste of the big time. Now he's eyeing the English title

THE POWER OF PERSEVERANCE Rallying from setbacks, Tommy Coyle is at a career high, but his community work is just as important to him

OBITUARY Brendan Ingle ranks amongst the very best trainers of his or any generation

BRITISH BEAT Darren Tetley wasn't a well-known fighter even on his own street, but after a televised fight eveything changed

WORLD IN ACTION Adonis Stevenson, Hekkie Budler, Khalid Yafai, Naoya Inoue, Tyson Fury, Leo Santa Cruz, Maurice Hooker, Terence Crawford

REVIEW Ali: The Fight America Didn't Want

BRITISH AND WORLD RATINGS