The Boxing World – A Round-Up

After the spectacle that was Anthony Joshua vs Wladimir Klitschko back in April, fans were treated to another big match bout in Anthony Joshua vs Carlos Takam. Coming into the fight both boxer’s records were far from embarrassing, with Joshua sitting on a nice 19-0 100 KO win record and Takam’s is not too shabby … Continue reading The Boxing World – A Round-Up

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ICW Live Event – Is British Wrestling at an all time high?

British Independent Wrestling has never felt as important as it does right now. Wrestling is already of a massive deal in the United States and around the world with almost 2 million people tuning into weekly WWE television. With the introduction of the WWE United Kingdom Championship, the wrestling scene in the United Kingdom is … Continue reading ICW Live Event – Is British Wrestling at an all time high?

Southampton club is UK’s best quidditch team

A Southampton-based quidditch club has become the best team in the UK after winning the British Quidditch Cup. Southampton Quidditch Club competed against seven other teams at the finals tournament, which was held in Nottingham earlier this month. They defeated defending champions the Radcliffe Chimeras 120-90 in the final to lift the cup, after earlier seeing … Continue reading Southampton club is UK’s best quidditch team

England can learn from Ireland’s fielding

Ireland chased their way to a four-wicket victory over West Indies in Durban, with 25 balls to spare. Ed Sawyer reports. Lendl Simmons (102) and Darren Sammy (89) put on 154 for the 5th(check) wicket, leaving Windies to post 304-7. Paul Sterling (92) and Ed Joyce (84) shared a hundred partnership for Ireland before O’Brien’s … Continue reading England can learn from Ireland’s fielding

Australia and India victorious over rivals

Australia and India secured opening round wins against their biggest cricket rivals at the world cup. Luke Hodgetts reports. Australia, hosting a world cup for the first time since 1992, saw off England by a large 111 run margin, and India furthered showed their dominance in the one day arena by beating Pakistan by 87 … Continue reading Australia and India victorious over rivals

Confusion as Leicester City deny sacking Pearson

Leicester City Football Club have denied reports that they dismissed first team manager Nigel Pearson this evening. Sky Sports News had earlier revealed that the Premier League outfit had sacked Pearson, according to a source close to the club. Other media organisations were quick to confirm these reports until a second source revealed that their information … Continue reading Confusion as Leicester City deny sacking Pearson