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With the big domestic fights dominating, Glenn McCrory says British boxing has never been better.
With big and bitter domestic fights dominating, Glenn McCrory says British boxing has never been better.
Glenn McCrory laughs off the idea of a third fight between Carl Froch and George Groves. For now...
Rocky Fielding and Callum Smith are two promising super-middleweights, says Glenn McCrory.
The time and place aren't Kell Brook's biggest concerns now he's got his shot, says Glenn McCrory.
Glenn McCrory believes Ricky Burns’ defeat by Dejan Zlaticanin could signal the end of the fighter’s career.
It did not do much for Ricky Burns but Glenn McCrory explains what - if anything - a change in trainer can do.
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Luke Campbell and Tommy Coyle have tough tests ahead but Jamie Moore expects them to triumph....
George Groves is back on Sky Sports Box Office as he continues his march towards another world title shot next month.
We speak to Carl Froch, while George Groves, James DeGale and Callum Smith drop into the studio.
Scott Quigg will defend his WBA super-bantamweight title against Hidenori Otake on the undercard of Cleverly-Bellew II.
Luke Campbell and Tommy Coyle have tough tests ahead but Jamie Moore expects them to come through.
British super-bantamweight champion Gavin McDonnell is confident he'll handle the step up in class against Vusi Malinga.
Ovill McKenzie insists he will have no complaints if Johnny Nelson jumps the queue of cruiserweights who are hoping to face Marco Huck.
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Another week has passed in the world of sport and, yet again, heroes and villains have been made. From the enthroned to dethroned, Sky Sports pass judgement on the unadulterated highs and soul-destroying lows.