Aberdeen Assassin Lee McAllister has confirmed he will fight in a marquee for his first home city bout in more than a year.
McAllister ‘devastated’ after losing five stone for axed title fight at Livingston’s Tony Macaroni Arena
After shedding five stone in 12 weeks Lee McAllister admits he is devastated at the late cancellation of his title fight in Livingston.
Lee McAllister’s open air WBU title fight in Livingston on Saturday has suffered a late cancellation.
Aberdeen super-lightweight Nathan Beattie is gunning for revenge when facing Michael Kelly in a rematch next month.
Aberdeen Assassin Lee McAllister had vowed to make his new gym fully inclusive to help “everyone from all walks of life”.
Aberdeen Assassin Lee McAllister will fight for a world title in the first open-air bout in Scotland since Mike Tyson fought at Hampden in 2000.
The plan put forward by Mr McAllister could transform the site of the fire-hit school into a sports centre with a swimming pool, cafe and gym.
Aberdeen Assassin Lee McAllister vowed today to bring professional boxing to the north-east, having confirmed a first ever fight event in Peterhead.
An Aberdeen boxing champion says he has offers from abroad to help fund a proposed £10 million sports centre project.
A north-east boxing champion has lodged £10 million plans to turn a disused school into a health and fitness village.
‘Assassin’ Lee says critics only spur him to new heights as he threatens to sink heavyweight champion who decked Tyson
Aberdeen Assassin Lee McAllister today vowed to silence the critics who branded him “crazy” to face heavyweight great Danny Williams.
Aberdeen Assassin Lee McAllister hopes to give back with plans for sports centre for vulnerable people
An Aberdeen boxer has unveiled multi-million pound plans to open up a new health and fitness village.