Hannibal Boxing’s team of boxing journalists interviews today’s top fighters, emerging competitors, hot prospects, legends, and intriguing figures in the world of boxing.
“I’m proud of what I’ve done,” said Alan Minter. “Of course I am. I was three times middleweight champion of Britain, three times champion of Europe and the undisputed middleweight champion of the world, which […]
The final chapters of a boxer’s career are seldom autobiographical. From Trevor Berbick to Kevin McBride, boxing has long been littered with unwelcome ghostwriters, authors of woe, intent on adding a miserable conclusion to an […]
During a recent UK tour to promote his new memoir, “Gentleman” Gerry Cooney, a former two-time world-title challenger, spoke to Hannibal Boxing about the current heavyweight division, which has not been this exciting or stacked […]
Interview with John Conteh by Paul Zanon. See more Hannibal Boxing interviews >> *** Following a stellar amateur career, John Conteh left a trail of destruction behind him in the professional prize ring. He went on […]
The sun, the sea, the sand, his girlfriend by his side—and the feeling of being IBF super-lightweight champion. Forty-eight hours after defeating Ivan Baranchyk to become Scotland’s fourteenth world champion, Josh Taylor jetted off to […]
“Mancino” in Italian translates as left-handed or, in boxing circles, “southpaw.” However, Raymond Michael Mancino, born in Youngstown, Ohio, on March 4, 1961, was neither a southpaw nor Mancino to the boxing fraternity. The orthodox […]