Price switches his team to boost title challenge

David Price aims to renew his attempt to become world heavyweight champion after joining forces with German promoters Team Sauerland.

Wladimir Klitschko looks to land a shot on Alexander Povetkin

Boxing: Anthony Joshua can bide his time for Klitschko reign to end

Heavyweight champion should be retired by the time Brit will challenge

Wladimir Klitschko called David Haye and Dereck Chisora 'barking dogs'

Boxing: Anthony Joshua sets his sights on crossing into mainstream

Anthony Joshua will mould himself on the Klitschko brothers as he seeks to build on the  crossover appeal generated by his success at London 2012. 

Anthony Joshua makes his professional debut on Saturday night

Boxing: Anthony Joshua sets his sights on crossing into the mainstream by moulding into a Klitschko

Olympian makes his professional debut at the O2 on Saturday night

Adam Booth and george Groves after the latter maintained his unbeaten record

Boxing: Adam Booth confirms he is no longer working with George Groves ahead of Carl Froch fight

Groves is due to face the WBA and IBF world champion in November but his former trainer and manager confirms they have called off their partnership

Floyd Mayweather handed previously unbeaten Saul Alvarez a boxing lesson

Bunce on Boxing: Amir Khan joins long list seeking fight with Floyd Mayweather (and the money that comes with it)

British fighter among the top contenders to fight American

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

Boxing: Ricky Hatton is backing David Haye but admits he would love to see 'Manchester lad' Tyson Fury triumph

Former light welterweight world champion claims his 'heart rules over his head' in supporting fellow Mancunian Fury ahead of Britain's biggest heavyweight fight of the year

Floyd Mayweather prepares for the Saul Alvarez fight

Bunce on Boxing: Real fights and unreal sums promise vintage end to year

It is a refreshingly open mercenary exercise for all involved in the fight

Rita Ora performs on the main stage during the 20th T in the Park music festival at Kinross

Rita Ora pulls out of race meeting gig tonight due to illness

Pop sensation Rita Ora has pulled out of a live performance tonight.

The Sport Matrix: Friday 12 July 2013

Ecstatic No 11 Agar smashes 98 to rescue Australia

The Sport Matrix: Tuesday 09 July 2013

Cook admits to  first Test nerves –and excitement

Audley Harrison retired from boxing yesterday

Boxing: Farewell to Audley Harrison, a fighter who lacked a brutality gene

Audley Harrison was retired a long time ago, not by his own agency but that of others raining punches. Harrison was a boxer who was distinctly uncomfortable in the upper echelons of the paid ranks. This makes him a failure on his own terms, for it was he who spoke about destiny and world titles, but not in the wider sense of a man turning his life around through sport and achieving what none could for 32 years in a British boxing vest: claiming Olympic gold.

The Sport Matrix: Monday 29 April 2013

Wenger: Van Persie retains friends at the Emirates

Boxing: Tyson Fury and Nathan Cleverly poised on brink of dream fights

Victories for the British pair tonight will bring career-defining contests within touching distance

Boxing: Audley Harrison and Tony Bellew get their chance at redemption

Harrison to fight American Deontay Wilder

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Rory McIlroy a smash hit on the US talk show circuit

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