2014 Edition of the brilliant Irish Boxing Review available NOW

The fourth installment of the popular Irish Boxing Review book series is now available in paperback or to download free via our website. The 2014 version once again covers all of the talking points and events from across the Irish boxing scene and beyond. Reports, news, articles, features, previews and photographs, plus much more.

All major shows are covered and fighters featured, including: Carl Frampton, Matthew Macklin, Andy Lee, Jamie Conlan, Eamonn O’Kane, Brian Magee, Marc McCullough, Gary O’Sullivan, Anthony Fitzgerald, Willie Casey, Martin Rogan, Luke Wilton, Mike Perez, Barry McGuigan and Cyclone Promotions, Eddie Hearn and Matchroom, Mark Dunlop, Alan Wilton and Gary Hyde.

The endeavours of up-and-coming boxers are also followed. Young prospects and talents like: Declan Geraghty, Dee Walsh, Sean Turner, Eamonn Magee Jnr, Declan Trainor, Philip Sutcliffe Jnr, Alfredo Meli, Paul Hyland, James Tennyson, Daniel McShane, Conrad Cummings, Luke Keeler, the Upton brothers and others. There is a full report on the Elite Championships amateur tournament.

Visit www.irishboxingreview.com to download the latest edition and all previous releases in Kindle mobi or PDF format.

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Praise for the Irish Boxing Review series:

“Finally a boxing book that pulls it all together: Fights, fighters, dates and proper ‘live’ reports. It’s my type of boxing book – no fantasy, just the truth. Perfect.” — Steve Bunce, writer and broadcaster

“The Irish Boxing Review was a welcome addition to the fight scene here, and Steve Wellings as expected did a fine job, with interesting and informative articles. Long may Irish Boxing Review continue.” — Thomas Myler, fight historian, journalist and author of multiple boxing-related titles

“Steve has documented the revival of Irish boxing with skill and clarity. Most importantly, he writes with a passion for the sport that is evident throughout.” — Barry Flynn, Irish boxing historian and author

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