Aberdeen lightweight Nathan Beattie has vowed to keep his fitness levels high to be ready for a Commonwealth title shot.
A former fire-hit school is still to be put on the market.
Aberdeen Assassin Lee McAllister today confirmed he will fight on the undercard of Nigel Benn’s controversial ring return next month.
Aberdeen Assassin Lee McAllister admits he hit Richmond Djarbeng with a punch so powerful it hurt his own hand.
Revenge is the mission tonight for Aberdeen lightweight Nathan Beattie when facing Tackie Annan in a grudge rematch.
Aberdeen Assassin Lee McAllister has confirmed he will fight for the WBU world super-welterweight title next week.
Aberdeen Assassin Lee McAllister is set to fight for a second title against Ghana’s Richmond Djarbeng next month.
Aberdeen Assassin Lee McAllister today confirmed he will fight hard-hitting Richmond Djarbeng for the PBC world title on home soil.
Aberdeen Assassin Lee McAllister has confirmed he will fight in a marquee for his first home city bout in more than a year.
Aberdeen Assassin Lee McAllister has vowed to avoid Justice Addy after suffering more title frustration in a “jinxed” fight with the Ghanaian.
Aberdeen Assassin Lee McAllister today insisted he is boxing better than ever, despite being 36 and having not fought for more than a year.
Aberdeen Assassin Lee McAllister will finally return to ring action after a year’s absence when fighting for two titles next month.
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-bantamweight Craig Leadbetter is set to make his professional debut on the under-card of the boxer who inspired him.
Following his own battles with depression, boxer Lee McAllister insists the first step to recovery is accepting there is a problem – and talking about it.
Boxing champion Lee McAllister has today opened up about his battle with depression and suicidal thoughts.
Aberdeen super-lightweight Nathan Beattie is gunning for revenge when facing Michael Kelly in a rematch next month.
A host of former Dons will turn out tomorrow to raise money for local charity Cash for Kids.
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.
Residents of an Aberdeen community have set up an action group to make their voices heard on plans for a fire-hit school site.
A former school site at the heart of a face-off between a boxing champion and a garden centre is to go back on the market.
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 is in talks for a potential world title shot at middleweight in June – but will have to shed five stone.
Aberdeen Assassin Lee McAllister is back in training in preparation for a ring return for the first time since defeating Danny Williams last July.
The chairman of an Aberdeen community council has said it would be a “shame” if a former school was turned into housing.
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 legend has given his backing to a planned £10 million health-and-fitness hub being proposed by a city boxer.
A decision on who will take over a site at the centre of a clash between Aberdeen’s most famous boxer and a local garden centre has been delayed.