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Watch highlights of the Super Sunday clash between Manchester United and Liverpool.
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Brian O'Driscoll's Ireland career finished on the ultimate high at the Stade de France.
Sky Sports' Rob Palmer was granted an exclusive audience with Liverpool captain Steven Gerrard.
British heavyweights Dereck Chisora and Tyson Fury will meet in a WBO eliminator in Manchester on July 26.
British champion Paul Smith said he would fight Rocky Fielding any time, putting weight issues aside.
Danny Garcia maintained his undefeated record by taking a majority decision over Mauricio Herrera in Puerto Rico.
Reaction from the Echo Arena in Liverpool after Tony Bellew marked his debut at cruiserweight with a late stoppage victory against Valery Brudov.
Scott Quigg expects the toughest test of his career when he defends his world title next month.
We hear from Robert McCracken, Paddy Fitzpatrick, Tony Bellew, Paul Smith and more.
We assess the current state of British boxing and pick our 10 of the best fighters on the domestic scene.
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There were promising signs for new cruiserweight Tony Bellew on Saturday night, says Johnny Nelson.
George Groves was in control amid the chaos and his cube at Wembley, says Johnny Nelson.
The second showdown between Carl Froch and George Groves will grip the nation, says Glenn McCrory.
Ricky Burns was beaten by the better man and should not go for a rematch, says Johnny Nelson.
The Ringside panel dicuss the news that Kell Brook could finally get his chance at a world title fight.
London 2012 champion Katie Taylor is backing Ireland to scoop more Olympic success.
Steve Collins recounts how he won the mental battle against Chris Eubank before their first meeting.
Alex Arthur told Ringside that Floyd Mayweather will face little danger when he battles Marcos Maidana.
Tony was a lucky boy on Saturday night and but for the low blow could be retired right now! his next opponent needs to be carefully picked to build up his conditioning and protect his record. Huck is not the man for his next fight...
Bellew looked overweight and was lucky he got caught with the Low Blow and had time to recover, he talked alot at LHW and didn't back it up in the Ring. He's called the Bomber but only KO's average fighters. He's a...
i like bellew but i really don't think he can mix it at world level. On saturday he looked out of shape to me i really don't think it's lean muscle he's put on! The low blow did him a massive favour as i think...
I think Froch has lost his cool a lot with George Groves but no in this instance. When Froch shoved him away he just smiled and the George Groves runs about chasing Eddie Hearn crying and moaning saying if he man handles me again...
I really don't understand the comments about Froch and his attitude. Groves acted like a child and showed no respect at all in the build up. After the fight he continued to act like a child. In fact i would go as far to say Groves...
Rubbish. Boxing in stadiums is just awful. Can't see half as good as an arena, and atmosphere never as good. Decision made solely for money reasons by mr hearn, who was the happiest man in the ring at the end of the first fight.
Tony Bellew takes on Valery Brudov at Echo Arena Liverpool. Bellew suffered the second defeat of his career against WBC light-heavyweight champion Adonis Stevenson in his last bout. Also in HD
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