Stuart Law

Stuart Law

Stuart Law, pictured above with Vitali Klitschko, is a boxing fan and travel enthusiast from Essex, England, who combines the two as often as he can, travelling in recent years to Calzaghe-Jones in New York, Pacquiao-Hatton and Mayweather-Mosley in Las Vegas, Burns-Martinez in Glasgow and Froch-Dirrell in Nottingham.

Stuart is a member of the European Press Federation (EPF), an international career organisation that represents the interests of part-time representatives of the media. 

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Wladimir Klitschko 57-3 (50) retained his WBA, IBF, WBO & IBO world titles and Ring Magazine champion status in the Heavyweight division here in Düsseldorf tonight with a one-sided demolition of a hopelessly over-matched Jean-Marc Mormeck 36-5 (22).

Alexander Povetkin retained his WBA Heavyweight title in Stuttgart, Germany tonight with a majority decision over Marco Huck in an action packed Heavyweight contest that saw the champion barely standing as the bell rang to signal the end of the fight.

Thursday, 23 February 2012 10:14

Brian Rose - The Comeback Kid

Brian 'The Lion' Rose, British Light-Middleweight champion. A dream fulfilled. But Rose's bumpy ride to the top of his domestic division has seen injury, tragedy and a devastating knockout defeat thrown at the engaging 27 year old from the Lancashire seaside town of Blackpool.

Vitali Klitschko retained his WBC World Heavyweight title in Munich, Germany tonight with a unanimous points victory over Britain's Dereck Chisora.

The post fight press conference in Munich ended in chaos late tonight as Dereck Chisora and David Haye sensationally fought on the press room floor.

FightSaga Exclusive

Robert Helenius 17-0 (11) claimed the vacant European Heavyweight title in Helsinki tonight in controversial circumstances, the judges awarding the home fighter a 115-113, 113-115, 115-113 split decision over Britain's Dereck Chisora 15-2 (9).

Sunday, 13 November 2011 01:05

Tyson Fury Rollercoaster Rolls On

Tonight in his birthplace of Manchester, England, Tyson Fury 17-0 (12) scored a crowd pleasing third round stoppage of Canadian Heavyweight champion Neven Pajkic 16-1 (5) in defence of his Commonwealth Heavyweight title.

Sunday, 04 September 2011 17:41

The Brits Are Back

British boxing is back and back with a bang.

Leaving the hotel in a less aesthetically pleasing part of Hamburg, it was clear the journey to the venue would take longer than planned.

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