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Nelson: Fear will fire AJ up
Nelson: Fear will fire AJ up Johnny Nelson

Nelson: Fear will fire AJ up

Anthony Joshua has blown all opponents away but Johnny Nelson hopes Michael Sprott will give him plenty to ponder

Nelson: Time to stop B-Hop Johnny Nelson

Nelson: Time to stop B-Hop

Bernard Hopkins was badly beaten by Sergey Kovalev, so Johnny Nelson wants him to call it a day. But will he?

Nelson: Campbell  showed class Johnny Nelson

Nelson: Campbell showed class

Calculated, skilful and swift, Luke Campbell showed he's ready for the next level, says Johnny Nelson.

Nelson: Too GGG-good Johnny Nelson

Nelson: Too GGG-good

Johnny Nelson was far from impressed by Nonito Donaire but Gennady Golovkin left him in awe... again.

Nelson: Joshua showed spite Johnny Nelson

Nelson: Joshua showed spite

Anthony Joshua showed his dark side on Saturday - and that will serve him well, says Johnny Nelson.

Nelson: Josh deserves shot Johnny Nelson

Nelson: Josh deserves shot

Johnny Nelson believes Josh Warrington's old-school ascent can't be questioned - and the world title may be next.

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Josh deserve shot

Johnny Nelson believes Josh Warrington's ascent can't be questioned - and the world title may be next.

Robbed in Germany Johnny Nelson

Robbed in Germany

Johnny Nelson wants the judges to explain themselves after Paul Smith's controversial loss.

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Features

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Tony Bellew travelling to Wolfsburg to cheer on Everton days after defeating Nathan Cleverly

Tony Bellew is off to see Everton play away in Europe for the very first time.

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Relive the blog

Look back on a busy night at the Echo Arena as Tony Bellew gained revenge over Nathan Cleverly

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Me and My Club

He is a massive Everton fan so who better to talk about his love than Tony Bellew, ahead of Saturday's big one...