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David Haye, left, is the bookmakers' favourite to beat Tyson Fury

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British heavyweights will meet with a world title shot waiting for the winner

Tens of thousands of both pro- and anti-Morsi protesters took to the streets

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Make a fist of it: Luke Campbell turns pro on Saturday

Boxing: Golden trio switch, stay and shilly-shally

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Kelly, right, with John Saxon in ‘Enter The Dragon’; he went on to make 10 films in the next six years

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Jim Kelly as Williams in a scene from Enter the Dragon. Kelly, who played a glib American martial artist alongside Bruce Lee, died Saturday June 29 2013 of cancer at his home in San Diego.

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