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Boxing

Warren hopes for Calzaghe reconciliation

John Rawling Guardian.co.uk 25.06.2008
Calzaghe celebrates his victory over Bernard Hopkins. Photograph: Ethan Miller/Getty Images

Frank Warren said last night he would be meeting with Joe Calzaghe in an attempt to save his fighter-promoter relationship with the Welshman after Calzaghe shocked the boxing world by announcing that he would be operating as a free agent as he con...

Khan Comes Through Tough Test

Mark Staniforth Sporting Life 21.06.2008
Gomez and Khan exchange punches.

Amir Khan was forced to clamber off the canvas and survive a ferocious five-round war before finally despatching Michael Gomez to retain his Commonwealth lightweight title in Birmingham.


Gypsy Billy Joe Saunders on the road to boxing fame

Billy Joe Saunders, an 18-year-old Romany living on a travellers' site on the outskirts of London, looks set to become the face of British amateur boxing in Beijing.

David Beckham helps boxer Hatton with his tattoos

Rajiv Dhoot Topnews.in 03.06.2008
David Beckham helps boxer Hatton with his tattoos

London, June 3: David Beckham is not only willing to give some advice about sports, but as it turns out, he’s also willing to do the same when it comes to tattoos, helping boxing ace Ricky Hatton come up with his body art.


Williams fury over bizarre win

DANNY WILLIAMS wants boxing bigwigs to take action after his amazing win over Konstantin Airich.

Hatton's taking too many punches

FRANK WARREN - Columnist The Sun 30.05.2008
Hatton's taking too many punches

RICKY HATTON beat Juan Lazcano last weekend — but despite winning by a wide margin on the scorecards, the fight told a different story.


Mundine wins, now for Green?

Brad Walter 28.05.2008
Mundine wins, now for Green?

ANTHONY Mundine survived a close call against Sam Soliman last night to ensure he would bow out on top of the super middleweight division if he relinquishes his World Boxing Association world title to move to middleweight.

Paulie Malignaggi’s hand fractured but Ricky Hatton fight not in jeopardy - Boxing

BOSTON (May 27, 2008) – IBF junior welterweight champion Paulie “The Magic Man” Malignaggi (25-1, 5 KOs) was examined today by his hand specialist, Dr. Steven Margles, at the Lahey Hospital in Burlington, Massachusetts.


David can be a legend like Ali

OSCAR DE LA HOYA'S Golden Boy Promotions reckon David Haye can follow in the footsteps of heavyweight legend Muhammad Ali.

I'll KO fat slobs and rule world

GAVIN GLICKSMAN The Sun 27.05.2008
THE WORLD CAN BE MINE ... David Haye vows to end the 'disgrace' of the heavyweight division

DAVID HAYE is ready to rule the heavyweight division — by knocking out each and every 'fat slob' put in front of him.


A 'big dog' and a dogsbody to face off in showdown

Stathi Paxinos Theage.com.au 26.05.2008
A 'big dog' and a dogsbody to face off in showdown

ANTHONY Mundine had one thing to say to Melbourne Storm star Greg Inglis when the friends spoke by telephone as Mundine prepared for tomorrow night's World Boxing Association super-middleweight title defence against Sam Soliman.

Ricky Hatton (Pic:Getty)

If you think Ricky Hatton looks a bit of a mess at his post-fight victory party, you should see the other bloke...


Hitman's food for thought

FRANK WARREN - Columnist The Sun 23.05.2008
Hitman's food for thought

RICKY HATTON returns to action tonight against Juan Lazcano. But don’t be fooled into thinking the Mexican is a world-beater — he’s there to make Hatton look good.

Ricky Hatton vs Juan Lazcano: record crowd expected in in Manchester

Not content with setting a new British best for a fight crowd, Ricky Hatton wants to smash the world record.


Crowds follow Ricky Hatton despite Floyd Mayweather loss

Defeat has not affected the boxer's popularity with a huge crowd expected for the bout with Juan Lazcano tomorrow evening

Wandee eyes Daisuke for WBC flyweight belt

KITTIPONG THONGSOMBAT Bangkokpost.com 22.05.2008
Wandee eyes Daisuke for WBC flyweight belt

Wandee Singwangcha is targetting champion Naito Daisuke for the WBC flyweight belt. Wandee's promoter Naris Singwangcha said he would get the 28-year-old Wandee to challenge the Japanese champion later this year.


Hatton (left) wants to get back to winning ways against Lazcano

Ricky Hatton wants to tempt Floyd Mayweather into a rematch by staging the fight in a front of a 100,000-plus crowd in either Dublin or London.

Bull ring fight proved Devid is the real deal

JULIAN TURNER Bangkokpost.com 22.05.2008
Devid Lookmahanak

There probably aren't many more intimidating places than being in the middle of a Mexican bull ring while an 18,000-strong crowd roars for your demise against the home favourite.


Paulie Malignaggi starts baiting Hatton

There's always a plan in boxing and Paulie Malignaggi is in Manchester preparing for the next defence of his IBF light-welterweight title, because he's part of the big plan.

Moran confident of title success

Liverpool super-bantamweight Mark Moran is "confident" of beating Leeds's Danny Wallace to lift the vacant English title in Manchester on Saturday night.The two men had been in discussions to fight twice previously, in non-title affairs, without r...



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