Garry White Roar Rookie

Garry White

Roar Rookie

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About

I live in the south of England and write for a number of online sports publications. I predominantly write on Cricket and Boxing but do sometimes dabble in other sports. If you like my stuff you can follow me on Twitter: @LWOSGarryWhite

Member Since:
 
November 2016
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UK
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Will Anthony Joshua need to form his own ‘Bum of the Month Club’?

Will Anthony Joshua need to form his own 'Bum of the Month Club'?

20 Sep 2017

Anthony Joshua (19-0) has done something altogether rare in modern boxing and accepted the IBF’s request to face their mandatory challenger. Kubrat Pulev (25-1), will be AJ’s first opponent as heavyweight champion, when they meet in Cardiff’s Principality stadium on 28th October.

The hype is nearly over for the supposed fight of the century

The hype is nearly over for the supposed fight of the century

25 Aug 2017

Conor McGregor will finally fight Floyd Mayweather this weekend. At last the battle will take a positive turn from the verbal to the physical.

What Carnera and a Kangaroo tell us about Mayweather versus McGregor

What Carnera and a Kangaroo tell us about Mayweather versus McGregor

22 Jun 2017

The giant Italian heavyweight champion Primo Carnera once fought a Kangaroo. Not as you might imagine in the cold and desperate days after the racket guys had thrown him adrift to fend for himself, but right at the peak of his fame as heavyweight champion of the world in 1933.

Stolen dream: The sad tale of Billy Collins Jr.

Stolen dream: The sad tale of Billy Collins Jr.

16 Jun 2017

Billy Collins Jr had something about him, it is fair to say.

The York Hall and how I learned to love boxing again

The York Hall and how I learned to love boxing again

4 May 2017

Take the train to London Bridge station. Get off and walk under the shadow of the bashful Shard Tower.

Ugo Ehiogu: A sad loss

23 Apr 2017

So, Ugo Ehiogu. I will be honest and admit that I had entirely forgotten about him until his name came sharply back into focus this morning.