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Olympic bronze medallist Karina Bryant

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Olympic bronze medallist Karina Bryant has announced her retirement due to continued injury problems – a year to the day after standing on the podium at London 2012.

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Murder arrest after wrestler posts bloody body part picture on Facebook

A former professional wrestler who posted a photo of a bloody body part on his Facebook page is facing a murder charge in the stabbing death of a woman at a Tampa apartment complex.

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Froch's IBF and WBO super middleweight titles will be on the line when the two meet at the end of 2013

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From romance to the Reform Bill, plus an unlikely tale of the road: audio books by Sue Gaisford

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From Chilean Patagonia to luxury bell tents and Dr Who at Heathrow

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WWE wrestles with mystery of anonymous Reddit user 'Dolphins1925' who predicted 38 winners in a row

If you ever saw Hulk Hogan beat “Rowdy” Roddy Piper, you’ll know that pro wrestling is nothing if not predictable. But even fans who keep a ringside eye on their muscle-bound heroes would struggle to forecast the outcomes of 38 straight WWE (World Wrestling Entertainment) bouts in a row.

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In the next month or so, your year's worth of dissertation hell will be over. Harriet Williamson has a few ideas on how to fill your time

Tyson Fury, left, has his eyes on a match with David Haye

Kevin Garside: Haye-Fury may be good business but it’s nothing to do with sport

The Way I See It: If money is the name of the game, this is a contest legitimised by loot

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

Boxing: David Haye and Tyson Fury will meet on September 28 at the Manchester Arena

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

Splits emerge over top job in Egypt’s new leadership as Salafi Al-Nour Party blocks Mohammed el-Baradei

Feuding erupted within Egypt’s new leadership on Sunday as secular and liberal factions wrangled with ultraconservative Islamists who rejected their choice for prime minister, stalling the formation of a new government following the military’s ousting of President Mohammed Morsi.

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

Boxing: Golden trio switch, stay and shilly-shally

Olympic champions return to the ring after taking a year off but Adams, Campbell and Joshua have all decided to head in different directions

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

Jim Kelly: Actor best known as Williams in 'Enter The Dragon'

A karate champion with a formidable Afro haircut and a laid-back countenance that suggested barely-channelled aggression, Jim Kelly enjoyed a brief career as a star of B movies, caught in a perfect storm between the twin booms in kung fu and blaxploitation. Kelly made his name alongside fellow martial arts expert Bruce Lee and actor John Saxon in the 1973 cult hit Enter The Dragon. Asked by the Dr No-like villain Han, if he fears his inevitable defeat, he says, "I don't waste my time with it. When it comes I won't even notice... I'll be too busy looking good."

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.

Enter the Dragon actor Jim Kelly dies aged 67

Actor Jim Kelly, who played a glib American martial artist in Enter The Dragon with Bruce Lee, has died. He was 67.

Nicola Adams’ Olympics success has been inspirational

Steve Bunce on Boxing: Nicola Adams’ legacy is a huge hit with the girls

Bout No 11 in ring A at the Haringey Box Cup on Sunday was between a Midlands bouncer and a part-time singer from London’s East End; in the end the blonde girl from Canning Town won the middleweight title.

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