Glenn McCrory will be in Belfast for Carl Frampton v Chris Avalos - and picks the Jackal to win.
Tyson Fury shoved Saturday night opponent Christian Hammer in the chest at the weigh-in at the O2 in London.
Carl Frampton and Chris Avalos had to be separated at a fiery weigh-in ahead of their world tittle showdown on Saturday.
Josh Warrington can't wait to return to the ring in his hometown after winning in Berlin last weekend.
Rocky Fielding wants an all-Liverpool scrap with Paul Smith and then his younger brother Callum.
Ricky Hatton believes Mayweather v Pacquiao will be as big as any fight in history - but can't decide who will win.
Martin Murray still believes he can become a world champion despite defeat to Gennady Golovkin.
Eddie Hearn says talks have begun for a potential world title showdown between domestic rivals Amir Khan and Kell Brook.
Tyson Fury would rather cash in his mandatory challenge against Wladimir Klitschko than Deontay Wilder.
Chris Eubank Jr is heading to Vegas to help Floyd Mayweather's preparations for Manny Pacquiao.
Johnny Nelson and Adam Smith are relishing the prospect of seeing Floyd Mayweather fight Manny Pacquiao on May 2.
Canelo Alvarez and James Kirkland's super welterweight clash confirmed for May 9.
Manny Pacquiao will stick to the basics when he faces pound-for-pound rival Floyd Mayweather in Las Vegas on May 2.
Sky Sports will be showing Juergen Braehmer world title defence against Robin Krasniqi as part of an historic deal.
Jamie Moore has his say on boxing's big stories - including why Paul Smith must target big domestic scraps.
Scott Quigg will be ringside for rival Carl Frampton's first world-title defence in Belfast on Saturday night.
Sam Eggington is desperate to beat Shayne Singleton in March and set up a big title shot in Birmingham in May.
Luke Campbell has performed a U-turn and decided to fight at the Ice Arena in Hull on March 7.
Anthony Joshua aims to make an emphatic return to the ring with two fights in April in Newcastle then London.
Paul Smith has described the choice he made to go down swinging against Arthur Abraham last weekend.
The boxing fraternity will be joining forces again, with the likes of Ant Crolla and Johnny Nelson involved in charity events.