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Heavyweight champion should be retired by the time Brit will challenge

Boxing: Klitschko weighs in heavier than Haye

Ukrainian Vladimir Klitschko weighed in 30 pounds heavier than Britain's David Haye on the eve of Saturday's world heavyweight reunification title fight.

Boxing: 'Home' judges not a factor in David Haye fight says trainer

Trainer Adam Booth believes David Haye has no reason to fear he will be stung by a judging controversy against Wladimir Klitschko, vowing: "This fight does not go to points".

Inside Lines: Unselfish sister acts worthy of receiving their academy awards

Seb Coe calls her "relentless", one of the most driven women he has encountered in sport. And he terms her project "sensational".

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Even on the apparently foolproof ground of a dedication to the brave and conspicuously decent Cooper, Haye manages to produce a churning in the stomach

Boxing: How Hearn's fight club is lifting ailing sport off the ropes

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Boxing: Klitschko calls Haye's bluff over threat to retire

Wladimir Klitschko has rubbished David Haye's threat to retire by the end of the year without fighting him, branding Britain's WBA heavyweight champion "a liar and a loser".

Boxing: Will heavyweight game ever climb off the canvas?

Dismal title fights, uninspiring champions, no American challenger worthy of the name: the outlook is desperate

James Lawton: Mixed views of southern sorties reflect City's siege mentality

City did not run short of praise for the muscular brilliance of their defeat of Chelsea early in the season. They were a side capable of triumph over prejudice

Boxing: Klitschko says 'liar' Haye will leave no legacy if he retires

Wladimir Klitschko has launched his most scathing attack yet on David Haye in an attempt to taunt the WBA heavyweight champion into fighting before his planned retirement in October.

Boxing: Wladimir Klitschko labels David Haye a 'liar' and a 'loser'

Wladimir Klitschko has branded David Haye a "liar" and a "loser" and questioned his claims he will retire this year.

Boxing: Audley Harrison purse will not be withheld

The British Boxing Board of Control have confirmed they will not be withholding Audley Harrison's purse following his controversial bout with David Haye last November.

The Last Word: I predict Abramovich will sack himself while Tevez lifts title (for his agent)

Expect the unexpected next year – it's Murray's time at Wimbledon, Monty enjoys Open Sandwich and 'Arry gets England job

Klitschkos: 'Haye can fight either one of us'

Ukrainian brothers Wladimir and Vitali Klitschko, who hold four out of five world heavyweight title crowns, have promised a much-anticipated fight with the WBA champion David Haye will take place next year.

Inside Lines: Call for snubbed fight stars to boycott tonight's Beeb awards

More than a fistful of Britain's top professional boxers will be in the audience at tonight's BBC Sports Personality of the Year awards in Birmingham, for which one of them, David Haye, has been nominated. But the promoter Frank Warren says they should be boycotting the event in protest at the BBC's refusal to screen the sport.

Mark Steel: A clear case of attack by wheelchair

The police like to set their public relations department a special Christmas challenge, don't they? Because that's the only explanation for them being filmed on the anti-fees demonstration, chucking a disabled man out of his wheelchair and shoving him along the road, unless it was to enjoy telling their PR team, "Stick a positive spin on that for us, could you?"

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