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James Lawton: A crime against boxing in which everyone involved was complicit

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Boxing: 'It is Klitschko time' declares Haye after sad Harrison farce

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Boxing: Legacies at stake as best of enemies do battle

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Hold The Back Page: 13/11/2010

It's a big weekend for...

That one big punch

Not Joey Barton on Morten Gamst Pedersen, but Audley Harrison on finding a way past the lighter, more nimble, faster-mouthed David Haye in tonight's all-British heavyweight world title bout.

James Lawton: The faces have changed but it seems a knife in the back is still the way Chelsea know best

The crude sacking by Chelsea of Carlo Ancelotti's assistant manager, Ray Wilkins, may not be the most significant convulsion at the club since Roman Abramovich decided to carry it into an entirely new dimension.

Boxing: Haye wants Harrison at his best

David Haye hopes heavy underdog Audley Harrison is at his enigmatic best on Saturday in order to give the paying public "more than a minute's worth of entertainment".

Boxing: 'I'll make millions beating Harrison', says Haye

David Haye believes Saturday's all-British WBA heavyweight title showdown with Audley Harrison could earn him more money than a blockbuster unification fight with either of the Klitschko brothers.

Cautious City pass up golden chance to land blow on United

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Boxing: Haye ready for potential payday

David Haye believes Saturday's all-British WBA heavyweight title showdown with Audley Harrison could earn him more money than a blockbuster unification fight with either of the Klitschko brothers.

Boxing: From Hayemaker to blockbuster: the new Vinnie Jones

Next Saturday sees only the second all-British world heavyweight title fight but one of the boxers wants to top a different bill

Rendall Munroe: Boxing binman is ready to clean up

The Leicester litter machine has the biggest fight of his life in Tokyo today. He refuses to talk trash so, if he wins, we should all hail a 'rubbish' world champion. Alan Hubbard speaks to Rendall Munroe

Boxing: Chisora sentencing date casts doubt on Klitschko fight

Dereck Chisora, the British heavyweight contender, is due in court next month for sentencing on theft and assault charges, casting doubt over his world title bout with Wladimir Klitschko.

Boxing: Bad lad Chisora is saved by the bell

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