FightHypeUK's got several articles that really are better than a gin and tonic.
Or you could read them while drinking a gin and tonic (I'm a gin and club soda man myself).
http://uk.fighthype.com/ (if you're on the Front Page of FH, it's under the 'EXTRA' tab)
Here's a listing of the most recent cold refreshment:
20th June - 'HAYE COLLECTS LUXEMBOURG LICENCE' - Update on Haye/Chisora. We're getting closer to rumble time.
20th June - 'VIDEO - A DETAILED LOOK AT THE COMMENTARY FOR PACQUIO VS. BRADLEY' - Actions speak louder than words, let's go back to the tape.
20th June -'CHISORA'S SPARRING PARTNER SAYS HAYE WILL BE STOPPED' - According to Chisora's American sparring partner, it won't go the distance.
20th June -'IS BRITISH BOXING ON THE RISE?' - Is U.K boxing moving in the right direction and if it is, who's responsible?
19th June -'FANS TO STEP IN THE RING WITH KLITSHCKO' - So which fans are going to be forced into the ring with one of the heavyweight champions? Well not literally, but kind of.
18th June- 'HAYE VS. CHISORA...FIGHT OPINIONS' - Predictions from a nice cross-section of British boxing trainers, fighters, managers and promoters.
18th June -'5 REASONS WHY PACQUIAO VS. BRADLEY CONTROVERSY BENEFITS BOB ARUM' - The title sums it up and the article explains why. Can't keep a good Bobfather down.
17th June -'CHAVEZ JR. STOPS LEE IN 7...BUT WHY THE CONTROVERSY?' - What has 'life in the fast lane' JCC Jr. done now?
In addition to the above there are round by round recaps of the action in the U.K this past weekend. Matches included Rendall Munroe vs. Scott Quigg, Martin Murray vs. Karim Achour and Ryan Rodes vs. Sergey Rabchenko.
Starting on Thursday morning, the international boxing summary, 'WEEKEND IN BOXING,' will be featured as a regular column on FightHypeUK.
FightHypeUK, like Benny Hill chasing a bunch of appropriately dressed ladies. It doesn't stop!