British Baker’s The Sweet Edition 2020 is available now

first_imgThe digital version of British Baker’s ‘The Sweet Edition 2020’ is available to subscribers now.Among the content in The Sweet Edition is:A deep dive on the UK buns market exploring how Nordic influences are proving popular with bakers and consumers alike. So, what does this mean for the cinnamon bun? A sneak peek inside The Bristol Loaf’s new ethical supermarket and bakery An exclusive interview with Paul Baker, co-founder of St Pierre Groupe, on life as a baker’s son and his plans for the company post-CovidIndustry experts give their views on the hottest flavours to hit the sweet bakery sceneRetailers unwrap their plans for Christmas 2020 with gold-dusted desserts, flavoured mince pies, cocktail-inspired panettones and indulgent cakes on offerHow three women are leading the way and changing bakery for the better.To view the digital version of The Sweet Edition, click here.In addition to the magazine, we have a host of other ways of ensuring our readers are kept up to date with the latest developments in the baking industry. This includes: breaking news, product highlights and interviews via our website BritishBaker.co.uk; three FREE newsletters a week direct to your inbox – sign up here; and, via our social media channels, including Facebook and LinkedIn.last_img read more

Anthony Joshua may Lose WBO title if he refuses to face Usyk

first_imgOLEKSANDR Usyk plans on forcing his mandated title shot for the WBO heavyweight title that is currently held by Anthony Joshua. Usyk (17-0, 13 KOs) is mandatory for that belt, and he plans on fighting for the title in 2021 after Joshua’s title defence against Kubrat Pulev.Usyk’s promoter Alexander Krassyuk says that Joshua needs to face his fighter first before he fights WBC champion Tyson Fury or he gives up the WBO belt.It doesn’t look for Joshua or Fury in terms of them meeting twice in 2021 with all four titles on the line. The two heavyweight champions got ahead of themselves by agreeing to a two-fight deal in 2021.What Joshua and Fury can do is both defend against their mandatory challengers in the first quarter of next year. If they both win, then they can fight in the summer of 2021 for their first match next year, and then meet in the rematch in December.As long as Joshua and Fury both defeat their mandatory challengers, then there’s no reason not to believe that they can fight next summer for the first of two clashes.Fury’s promoter Bob Arum surprised a lot of people this week when he suggested that Usyk, 33, and Dillian Whyte can face each other to decide on a genuine mandatory for the Joshua vs. Fury winner to meet.If Whyte and Usyk agreed to Arum’s suggestion, they would both be jumping through another hoop to get a title shot that they’ve already earned.It appears that Fury and Joshua just assumed that their respective mandatory challengers Dillian Whyte and Usyk would sit back and let all of next year go by before looking to get their mandated title shots satisfied. In other words, Whyte and Usyk would watch their own careers stagnate and go nowhere while Joshua and Fury fight twice in 2021.If there were a way of putting Usyk and Whyte into a deep freeze to keep them from aging while they wait until 2022 to get their title shots, then it wouldn’t be a big deal for them to sit while Joshua and Fury fight twice. They can’t do that.Boxing is supposed to be a sport, and it arguably loses that when you get champions ignoring their mandatory challengers. Imagine an NFL team being allowed by the head of the league to skate past their playoff games to play in consecutive Super Bowls. (Boxingnews)last_img read more