Callum Smith is one of the hottest prospects in boxing and will be a world champion sooner rather than later, says Jim Watt.
Andre Ward is not the world's most popular fighter but Jim Watt is a fan... and would rather watch him than Floyd Mayweather.
Luke Campbell and Tommy Coyle will have plenty at stake when they face each other in front of their hometown fans, says Jim Watt.
Kevin Mitchell can come again despite losing to Jorge Linares and missing out on the world title again, says Jim Watt.
Jim Watt believes Ricky Burns is heading in the right direction again despite a points defeat to Omar Figueroa in Texas.
Jim Watt believes Manny Pacquiao could be preparing for the final fight of his career against Floyd Mayweather.
Jim Watt believes Josh Warrington should wait a little longer for his shot at one of the featherweight world champions.
Jim Watt backs Tommy Coyle to come through a tough clash against Martin Gethin as he warms up for Luke Campbell.
Paul Smith's second attempt at beating world champion Arthur Abraham has an air of Froch-Groves II, says Jim Watt.
Kevin Mitchell's temperament and control are crucial if he is to get past the tough Daniel Estrada, says Jim Watt.
Amir Khan is brave, fast and he doesn't do dull, says Jim Watt as he looks forward to the Brit's latest Vegas fight.
Tony Bellew fully deserved the win, says Jim Watt, but he still questions the move to cruiserweight.
Anthony Joshua might blow Denis Bakhtov away but will get vital experience and that first belt, says Jim Watt.
Will Ricky Burns get back to winning ways and show he has even more to offer? Jim Watt hopes so...
Jim Watt wants Paul Smith to spring a surprise and beat Arthur Abraham in Germany - but can't see it.
Jim Watt expects George Groves to put his defeats to Carl Froch behind him on Saturday night.
Jim Watt expects Scott Quigg to come through a tough test and at least match Carl Frampton's form.
Amir Khan? Floyd Mayweather? Jim Watt is delighted to see doors open for Kell Brook at last.
Kell Brook is heading for the hardest fight of his life, says Jim Watt, who fears it might be too tough.
Jim Watt says the standard of women's boxing at the Commonwealth Games shows how it has improved.