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May 25 2013 Latest news:
Carl Froch will go toe-to-toe with conqueror Mikkel Kessler tomorrow night determined to overturn his 2010 defeat by the Dane and secure his legacy as one of Britain’s all-time greats.
Promoter Eddie Hearn has labelled Saturday’s super-middleweight world title blockbuster between Carl Froch and Mikkel Kessler as “the biggest fight in Britain this decade”.
Former world super-middleweight champion Joe Calzaghe believes Carl Froch will prove too strong for Mikkel Kessler on Saturday night.
Carl Froch has apologised for threatening to “kill” Mikkel Kessler in their IBF super-middleweight unification fight in London on Saturday night - but will still face an investigation by the British Boxing Board of Control.
Dereck Chisora will headline a rearranged show at Wembley Arena in July and could be set for a domestic rematch with Tyson Fury.
Carl Froch has put friendship aside to launch a shocking outburst at opponent Mikkel Kessler ahead of their huge world title unification fight at London’s O2 Arena on Saturday.
Charlie Edwards was made to measure for the headline writers hunting around for potential next big things in the build-up to the London Olympics last year.
Islington BC junior captain Ben Turner battled to victory at the club’s annual dinner show – despite seeing his mother rushed to hospital just before the contest.
Audley Harrison has confirmed his return to boxing - less than three weeks after announcing his retirement.
Carl Froch admits Saturday’s huge super-middleweight unification rematch with Mikkel Kessler at London’s O2 Arena has been “a long time coming” after waiting three years for his shot at revenge against his Danish rival.
Darren Barker will challenge IBF middleweight champion Daniel Geale at the Turning Stone Resort Casino in Verona, New York on August 17.
Wadi Camacho proved lightning does strike twice as he claimed the Prizefighter title by stopping Hari Miles with a body shot for the second time in nine months before declaring he can go all the way in the cruiserweight division.
Wadi Camacho believes tonight’s Prizefighter Cruiserweight III tournament has got his name written all over it, claiming he’s the only danger man in the one night, three-fight contest.
David Haye has been forced to pull out of his heavyweight bout with Manuel Charr next month after suffering a hand injury in training.
Dereck Chisora will pay no attention to Deontay Wilder’s undefeated streak as be bids to succeed where Audley Harrison failed when the two meet at Wembley in June.
David Haye’s next opponent Manuel Charr is adamant he will beat the Brit after the announcement of their bout at the Manchester Arena next month.
The Highgate and Hornsey Explorer Scout leader talks busking, cheese boards and musical talent.
The urgently-needed reform called for by the independent report is being deliberately blocked, says the leader of Haringey’s Liberal Democrat opposition
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