as mentioned in Leading sports fashion retailer JD Sports has partnered with the UK’s number one boxing promoters Matchroom Boxing.
The Undisputed King of Trainers will host live events with Matchroom fighters to celebrate the partnership across the UK and Ireland.
JD Sports spokesman Stephen White said: “We are excited to have agreed this long-term partnership with Matchroom Boxing ahead of the biggest year for British boxing to date.
The ground-breaking partnership will see JD become Matchroom Boxing’s Official Retail Partner in the first long-term deal of its kind for the fight night promoters.
JD share our passion for the sport of boxing and this ground-breaking deal forms a relationship that will benefit everyone.”
David Haye boasts he will bust Tony Bellew’s eye socket
David Haye has poured more fuel on what he warns could be Tony Bellew’s funeral pyre.
I’ll be aiming a huge right-hand punch into that eye to bust the socket again.’
Forever unrepentant about the obscene threats and insults which have prefaced this grudge match, Haye said: ‘I saw something I didn’t expect.
Haye v Bellew will be televised live on Sky Sports Box Office this Saturday night.
‘If Golovkin had said in advance that he was going to bust Brook’s eye socket people would have said how terrible, But that’s what he went and did.
according to Naz (Naseem Hamed) had it with Brendan Ingle; Haye and (former trainer) Adam Booth were the same.’
For all of his success with Adam Booth, Haye’s comeback has been overseen by Shane McGuigan.
However, while the 36-year-old heavyweight has labelled him ‘Penfold’ in the build-up to Saturday’s fight, Coldwell believes he has detected weaknesses he would have overlooked had it not been for his previous experience.
Coldwell believes that particular development has contributed much to the decline he believes he has seen.
‘It’s the old David Haye I knew, not the new David Haye, this bitter, negative man,’ Coldwell, 41, said.
This content may collect you by Owen Daniel