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Who wins, Saunders or Eubank Jr?

Saunders
Eubank Jr

Current Results:

Saunders: 40%
Eubank Jr: 60%

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In this month's Magazine
   
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ZERO MAINTENANCE

For Floyd Mayweather, preserving his 0 isn't everything - it's the only thing. As "Money" nears Marciano's benchmnark, RON BORGES questions the value of being unbeaten, especially when laying claim to greatness


REASONS TO BE CHEERFUL

After some tough times, new father Jamie McDonnell is a world champion once again and has designs on unifying the bantamweight titles. JOHN A. MacDONALD reports


TRAINER REBORN

Tony Sims has been to some dark places, but his faith has helped him back to the point where he now trains one of boxing's hottest talents. DECLAN WARRINGTON reports

THE FIRST SHOT Graham Houston reflects on the controversial scoring of Abraham-Smith

PREACHER'S CORNER New columnist Billy 'The Preacher' Graham shares his views

VIEW FROM NEW YORK Dan Goossen's death robs boxing of another of its characters

BIG DADDY BUNCE A present-day trauma in the ring makes Big Daddy hark back to 1998

ZERO MAINTENANCE Ron Borges questions the value of being unbeaten, especially when laying claim to greatness

PACQUIAO VS ALGIERI Mayweather vs Pacquiao has never seemed closer to being made, but Chris Algieri is intent on spoiling those plans. What chance does he have against the Pacman?

REASONS TO BE CHEERFUL After some tough times new father Jamie McDonnell is a world champion once again and has big plans

BAD BLOOD Steve Lillis sets the scene for an all British triple header at the ExCel

SHARPSHOOTER Billy Joe Saunders is putting his cravings on hold until after the ExCel show. All except the craving for success, that is

BRITISH GRUDGE FIGHTS The Top 10 British grudge matches ever

BELLEW VS CLEVERLY The show at the Echo Arena Liverpool is headlined by fighters whose rivalry is as bitter as any in boxing history

YOUNG, HUNGRY AND OVERDUE Chris Avalos has waited a long time for a title shot, he's losing patience and has Carl Frampton in his sights

TRAINER REBORN Tony Sims has been to some dark places, but his faith and the faith shown in him has enabled him to reach the top

ETCHES: MAN OF STEEL the big hitting Adam Etches believes in giving more than he receives, on both sides of the ropes.

REVIEW A disappointing attempt to place the great heavyweights in their historical context

BRITISH BEAT British light-heavy champ Bob Ajisafe wants the final of the MaxiNutrition event to be a big breakthrough

WORLD IN ACTION Scott Quigg, Frank Buglioni, George Groves, Kid Galahad, Jhonny Gonzalez, Arthur Abraham and much more

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