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British Lionhearts lead Mexico after WSB quarter-final first leg Andrew Selby and John Joe Nevin impressed as British Lionhearts took a 4-1 lead in their World Series of Boxing quarter-final against Mexico Guerreros at Bethnal Green's York Hall.
Michael Conlan will have their first competitive fights since the Olympic Games when they line out on opposing sides in the British Lionhearts v USA Knockouts World Series of Boxing (WSB) clash in London tonight. Current European champion Joe Ward
Queen Underwood is likely to be the next opponent for Olympic, World and European champion Katie Taylor. Taylor's coach and dad, Pete Taylor, has confirmed that her first fight since London 2012 would be at the Grand Canal Theatre in Dublin on
John Joe Nevin has lost to Serbia's Branimir Stankovic in the World Series of Boxing (WSB) in Wales . Nevin, boxing for the British Lionhearts, dropped a split decision (48-47 48-47 47-48) to the Italia Thunder lightweight at the Celtic Manor in
Wednesday November 21 2012 Usain Bolt may consider switching to cricket or soccer after the 2016 Olympics , according to his agent Ricky Simms. Bolt , who grew up in cricket-mad Jamaica, was sounded out by Melbourne Stars captain Shane Warne last
Great Britain Lionhearts win World Series of Boxing debut The Great Britain Lionhearts beat the USA Knockouts 4-1 in their debut appearance at the World Series of Boxing in California. Anthony Fowler, Joe Cordina, Uaine Fa and Sean McGoldrick all won
High Performance unit secured within "the coming days or weeks." As it stands, Walsh and his coaching team which includes Zuar Antia and Pete Taylor are only signed up until 2014, but they are hopeful of being in place for the Rio Olympics in 2016.
Friday October 19 2012 On the day Olympic champion Katie Taylor pledged her future to amateur boxing and retaining gold at the Rio Olympics, speculation was mounting that John Joe Nevin might consider a U-turn and do likewise. When contacted by the
John Joe Nevin has turned professional with Amir Khan may have been exaggerated. Nevin, a silver medallist at the 2012 Olympics , was reported to have teamed up with Khan's stable. However, the Mullingar bantamweight admitted yesterday that he had
Ireland's Olympic silver medalist John Joe Nevin has confirmed that he will not continue amateur fighting until the 2016 Rio Game and will instead join the professional ranks. The 23-year-old bantamweight lost out to Britain's Luke Campbell in his