Sport Lennox Lewis hasn't fought since 2003 when he beat Vitali Klitschko after he suffered a cut above his left eye

48-year-old Lewis, who was the last man to hold all four belts at heavyweight, has said he would be prepared to fight the younger of the Klitschko brothers but only for the biggest purse in boxing history

The Sport Matrix: Tuesday 17 September 2013

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Briton tweeted his eagerness for bout today

The Sport Matrix: Monday 16 September 2013

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Lee Purdy replaces Kell Brook for the fight with Devon Alexander

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Lee Purdy will add his name to a long and distinguished list of British boxers who travelled to most points of the globe for world-title fights knowing that they were massive underdogs.

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Boxing: Amir Khan pushed to the limit in win over Julio Diaz

Bolton fighter victorious on points on night his younger brother, Haroon, wins on professional debut

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Boxing: Level on points after the insults, but Adrien Broner should beat Gavin Rees in ring

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Manny Pacquiao (left) will fight Juan Manuel Marquez for a fourth time at the MGM in Las Vegas tonight

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Amir Khan

Boxing: 'You will see a difference' - Amir Khan prepares for must win fight

Khan takes on Carlos Molina in a non-title fight on December 15

Boxing: Ricky Hatton ready to take a hit as he makes highly-anticipated comeback

Ricky Hatton will have no fears over his punch resistance when he makes his highly-anticipated comeback in Manchester this weekend.

The Sports Matrix: Monday 16 July 2012

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Boxing finds itself mired in controversy again after fierce criticism of the decision to award Timothy Bradley a split-decision victory over hot favourite Manny Pacquiao at Las Vegas' MGM Grand in the early hours of yesterday.

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