Top Twenty Boxing Websites
I like to think that How to Box is the best of the boxing websites on the internet, but of course that would just be arrogant. There are of course many boxing websites that are worthy of mention, so here's my top twenty favorite boxing websites on the internet. It's a hodge podge of different categories, but I'm sure you'll get the jist.
- How to Box - sorry had to do it.
- HBO Boxing - top notch commentary and fight breakdowns for all the top name fighters.
- Youtube - Do a Search for Boxing - video clips, fight clips, training clips, the works.
- Rossboxing - Great training site.
- Eastside Boxing - Excellent content, original content, but the forums are a little less than helpful at times.
- Wikipedia - Boxing Biographies - wealth of information but tends to be quite general at times, but good place to begin for research.
- World Boxing Video Archive - pretty much any boxing fight you want is here.
- BoxRec.com - boxing results and schedule for any match all over the world - indispensable
- BritishBoxing.net - excellent site for it's coverage of the British boxing scene.
- Saddoboxing - design is bad, but content is good for the most part. Can be a bit rough in the forums.
- FightNews - up to date and original content - US and Cdn sites.
- The Sweet Science - Excellent content on a higher level of thinking. Definitely focuses on the science and philosophy aspect of boxing.
- Yahoo Sports Boxing - great for pictures and breaking news.
- ESPN Boxing - network - good articles and coverage.
- BBC Sports Boxing - like ESPN - good coverage and a few decent training articles/videos.
- Doghouse Boxing - another boxing news site - worth a look every now and again.
- Max Boxing - news site with video - requires a membership (heard it's good, don't know from experience).
- Sherdog.net - not strictly boxing, but one of the biggest boxing/MMA forums/sites on the internet.
- TSN - hey - it's TSN.
- Aussiebox - Australian boxing scene.
Do you agree? Anything else you'd add to this list?