A subscription to Boxing Monthly is ideal for serious followers of the boxing arena.
Boxing can be the most thrilling and demanding of sports and Boxing Monthly magazine gives it to you in full colour, no punches pulled.
Regular features include a monthly round-up and reviews of any boxing related DVDs, films or books released that month along with sections dedicated to the domestic scene with reports and previews from the boxing beat in Britain.
Boxing Monthly also includes interesting interviews with current and past boxers as well as catching up with retired champions who talk about life after boxing.
The magazine was founded in 1989 and is the best British boxing magazine available. Boxing Monthly was the first British boxing magazine to go for the colourful, glossy look and feel of an American boxing magazine.
Boxing Monthly magazine is full of blood, guts, intrigue and humour but above all it’s a bloody good read!
Your Subscription will begin with the next available issue. Please expect delivery in the next 4-6 weeks.
It’s great for me to read people talking up my fighters... although I get as much of a buzz when they talk them down and I know they’ll go on to prove them wrong! Boxing Monthly has been doing the business for years, and is the ultimate mag for those who know what fighting is about.
I always make sure I get Boxing Monthly. Boxing has been my life, and still is even though I’m retired now. I love Boxing Monthly. I like to know what's happening with the sport nowadays, and there’s a really good mix of news and features. Boxing can be pretty complex too – fighters all around the world vying for attention. The magazine cuts through the politics and tells it like it is. It’s a great read for anyone with a passion for the sport.
I’ve always been a big fan of boxing, a massive fan. I like Boxing Monthly, because it’s a magazine that reflects the passion people feel for being in the ring, for going up against an opponent. Boxing Monthly also works on a practical level. I do boxing to keep myself fit mainly, so there’s a lot even a ‘non-fighter’ like myself can take out of it.