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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 is unbelievable but Tommy Coyle can make him sink or swim, says Jamie Moore....
They will walk the walk on November 22 so Nathan Cleverly and Tony Bellew continue to talk the talk...
You can book Cleverly-Bellew II now - which includes Anthony Joshua, George Groves and James DeGale...
Jamie McDonnell's prize for a win over Walberto Ramos will be a world bantamweight unification date with Tomoki Kameda.
On the day boxing marks 40 years since “The Rumble in the Jungle” it has been revealed the ring used has been stolen.
Tony Bellew has branded Nathan Cleverly a predictable fighter and warned him to expect a painful surprise.
You can book Cleverly-Bellew II right now!
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Sport can be cruel at times, but it can also offer us moments of sheer, unadulterated joy. As ever on a Monday, we've put together a compilation of the best and worst moments that have taken place around the world over the last week.