v2.5 now available in the App Store
19th June, 2018
15 round fights
By far the most requested feature for fight scores has been the ability to score 15 round fights. I’m excited to say that this release now makes that possible. This frees you up to quit your jobs and spend your days scoring all the classic Ali, Marciano, Hagler, Hearns, Leonard fights that your heart desires...Continue reading >>
Fighter of the Year 2016
2nd January, 2017
Despite only fighting twice this year, in my opinion no other fighter has accomplished more than the man from Belfast. In February, Frampton added the WBA Super Bantamweight to his IBF title by outpointing the previously undefeated Scott Quigg in Manchester. In that fight, he built up an early lead and weathered...Continue reading >>
Fight Scores introduces fight recommendations
19th December, 2016
Fight Scores now has fight recommendations. This means that, rather than typing in two boxer’s names, you can simply choose the fights you want to score from a list of bouts taking place over the coming month. Take it from me, this drastically reduces time spent looking up the spelling of that Indonesian Flyweight or...Continue reading >>
Bright Start to the 2017 Boxing Calendar
18th Dec, 2016
As a passionate boxing fan it's easy to get hung up on the negatives that the sport throws our way, and 2016 certainly had plenty of those. Many of the fights that the public were clambering for didn't get made and many fell through at the last minute due to financial demands or failed drug tests. Of those fights that did get...Continue reading >>
11th December, 2016
How December 10th affects the heavyweight divisionContinue reading >>
As the sun set on a marathon day of boxing there were a lot of talking points to cover. Highlights from around the world must surely include Kal Yafai's magnificent performance against Luis Concepcion that won him the WBA super-flyweight title, Abner Mares looking back...
Fight Scores 2.1 Now available in the App Store, Spanish Support and more.
15th November, 2016
Fight Scores 2.1 has been released and there's a lot going on. Behind the scenes the app has been updated to Swift 3.0.1, a necessary update but not always a barrel of laughs.
The standout feature in 2.1 is that Fight Scores now supports Spanish users. In recent weeks I've had every bit...Continue reading >>
Linares, Crolla and today's boxing
24th September, 2016
I’ve just finished watching Anthony Crolla put his WBA Lightweight title on the line against Jorge Linares in Manchester. From what I saw on the tv, the crowd and the atmosphere was amazing and rewarded with a fight that had the combination of world class skill, action and talent.
Hats off to Jorge Linares who, in my opinion...Continue reading >>
Private Beta now Live
18th July, 2016
I'm happy to announce that Fight Scores v2, slated for a September release, is now entering private beta.
As part of version 2, Fight Scores will be transitioning to a new database system. Here are some of the new features.
- Universal App (iPad Version)
- User Accounts
- Powerful Search Features
- Choose the winner and the result
Brook rumoured to be facing Jessie Vargas
22nd May, 2016
It's looking as though Kell Brook will bid to add to his IBF belt in a unification fight with Jesse Vargas later this summer. The rumoured location is Bramell Lane, home of Sheffield United FC, continuing an interesting/lucrative trend of British boxers associating themselves with football clubs to win favour with the supporters...Continue reading >>
Weekend Quick Hits
5th June, 2016
Liam Smith is possibly a better fighter than Jermall Charlo and certainly better than Jermell, who was easily outboxed by John Jackson before catching him. However it's all very well saying that, but "Beefy's" title reign has been amongst the poorest in recent memory. We need to see Frank Warren get a big fight for Smith next and we need...Continue reading >>