SRSA & BSA launch boxing strategy - 21 Mar 2013
Boxing SA, in partnership with Sport and Recreation SA (SRSA), has announced a strategy aimed to promote boxing and return it to its former glory. read more
David Beckham and Muhammad Ali took to the stage together at the Beyond Sport Summit in London on Tuesday 24th July to present the inaugural Generation Ali Beyond Sport Award. The boxing legend and the former England captain presented the award, which recognises Service, Leadership, and Action in the community, to Matiullah Haidar. read more
Two of the most iconic and beloved sportsmen of all time, David Beckham and Muhammad Ali, will present the inaugural Generation Ali Beyond Sport Award at the Beyond Sport Summit Reception in London on Tuesday evening, kicking off what promises to be the most influential 24 hours in the history of sport for deve… read more
American boxer Floyd Mayweather has overtaken Tiger Woods at the top of Forbes magazine's list of the 100 highest-paid sports personalities over the past year, after earning £54.25m (R701.7m) – despite currently serving a three-month jail sentence for domestic assault – a figure strengthened by promoting his own fights. read more
Sonny Bill Williams, the All Blacks centre and New Zealand Professional Boxing Association (NZPBA) Heavyweight Champion, is unlikely to be able to take up an official offer of a fight in South Africa, with the All Blacks set to play Ireland on the same date. read more
Sports nutrition brand, Maximuscle, has agreed a sponsorship deal with Bolton boxer Amir Khan, and will provide the former unified WBA (super) and IBF Light Welter Weight Champion with individually-tailored nutritional support to complement his lifestyle, training and fight preparation for the next two years. read more
Dr. Ching-Kuo Wu, President of the International Boxing Association (AIBA), has welcomed the Final Report of the Special Investigation Committee, which had been probing claims made by BBC journalists last September of corruption involving the London 2012 Olympic Games. read more
You have just got to get them to the point where they really hate you. When you get to that point you sometimes make them think about something else -- a split second of concentration lapse that could give you a wicket.
New Zealand's Neil Wagner speaks of his bowling techniques ahead of the second test against England.