Win a trip to Haye v Ruiz
Britain will host a world heavyweight title fight for the first time in 10 years when David Haye takes on John Ruiz - and you could be part of history in the making.
We have a pair of tickets to the WBA showdown at Manchester's MEN Arena to give away as part of our latest brilliant boxing competition.
The fight promises to be a sell-out and as well as two seats, our prize includes a Saturday night stay in four-star accommodation in the town centre and transport and transfers.
You can also of course see a slice of sporting history being made live and exclusive on Sky Box Office HD.
The Hayemaker will have a nation behind him as he puts his world heavyweight belt on the line - the first time since Lennox Lewis' heyday that boxing's blue riband title has been contested on these shores.
American Ruiz has held the title twice before and has been in with some of the very best names in the game in a long and illustrious career, so poses a live threat to the Briton's reign.
You can tune in to see history in the making in Lord of the Ring, live on Sky Box Office HD (Channel 752) and on Sky Box Office (Channel 741), from 9pm, on Saturday, April 3, with repeats at 9.00am, 1.00pm and 7.00pm the following day.
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• Two tickets to David Haye v John Ruiz, plus undercard, at the MEN Arena.
• Travel and accommodation
• Return travel for two people to Manchester*
• Return transfers from the station to the hotel
• One night's accommodation in central Manchester**
• Breakfast in the morning in the hotel restaurant
(*) Travel will be by train and will take place on Saturday 3rd April 2010 returning on Sunday 4th April 2010. Should the winner live more than 5 hours train travel time from their destination, flights will be sourced where possible, subject to availability.
(**) Hotel is classed as a 4 Star and is based on two adults sharing a twin or double room (winner's choice) with en-suite bathroom on a bed and breakfast basis.
CLOSING DATE: Wednesday 31st March 2010