Source: Mark Robinson Matchroom Boxing

Jonas to headline England Boxing’s first Women in Boxing Conference

England Boxing has announced that it will be hosting its first ever Women in Boxing Conference on Saturday 18th December in Loughborough – with Natasha Jonas the headline speaker. The Liverpudlian, who has fought Katie Taylor for a world professional title, represented Great Britain at the 2012 Olympics and is a five-time National Amateur Champion,

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Source: Andy Chubb, England Boxing

Boxers revel in return of National Schools Championships

England Boxing’s first national championships since the onset of the Coronavirus Pandemic proved to be a huge hit – and brought a visit from AIBA President Umar Kremlev. The eagerly-anticipated England Boxing National Schools Championships 2021 semi-final and Finals Day took place over the weekend (Saturday 25th September and Sunday 26th September) at the Vertu

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Source: Mark Robinson Matchroom Boxing

Tonight’s the night in Leeds

Tonight (September 4th), shown live worldwide on DAZN Katie Taylor vs. Jennifer Han is part of a huge night of boxing in Leeds. Australia’s Ebanie Bridges (6-1, 3 KOs) looks to build on her impressive KO win over Bec Connolly at Fight Camp earlier this month when she meets Mailys Gangloff (5-2, 2 KOs). The

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Katie Taylor defends undisputed crown in Leeds

Katie Taylor says she is relishing the opportunity to make the latest defence of her Undisputed Lightweight crown in front of 20,000 passionate Leeds fans at Emerald Headingley Stadium on the blockbuster Lara vs. Warrington 2 card this Saturday September 4, shown live worldwide on DAZN. The Irish star (18-0, 6 KOs) was forced to

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Karriss Artingstall wins featherweight boxing bronze

Karriss Artingstall collected Team GB’s first confirmed boxing medal of the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games with bronze in the women’s featherweight division. The 26-year-old lost to Japan’s Sena Irie in a tight semi-final but takes home Team GB’s 28th medal of the Games. Artingstall, a gunner in the British Army, lost the first round 10-9

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