Dereck Chisora will be hauled in front of a British Boxing Board of Control hearing on March 14 in relation to his conduct "prior, during and after" Saturday's WBC heavyweight title defeat against Vitali Klitschko in Munich.
Amir Khan has more things to worry about than just the controversial decision in his loss to Lamont Peterson.
Frank Warren has vowed to set up a rematch between bitter rivals George Groves and James DeGale after announcing the shock news that the British and Commonwealth super-middleweight champion has joined his promotional stable.
In many ways Ricky Burns has become a victim of British boxing's raised profile over the past few years as Ricky Hatton, Joe Calzaghe, Carl Froch, Amir Khan and David Haye have all taken part in major world title fights.
Olympic gold medallist faces his biggest challenge in an old grudge match with the neighbour from hell – but now it's time to let his fists do the talking. Alan Hubbard meets James DeGale
Those who were giving boxing the Last Rites – not to mention a few lethal lefts – should be suitably chastened by the battered old sport's remarkable resurrection last weekend. In Las Vegas and Liverpool there were fights which not only breathed new life into the game but indicated that the quality of Britain's talent should not be measured by the size of Audley Harrison's heart.
Amir Khan will tonight make arguably the hardest defence of a world title by a British boxer since poor Frank Bruno travelled to Las Vegas in 1996 to face a brutal beating from Mike Tyson.
'Del Boy' will trade punches with one of the best on a night of three world title fights and more
The Brian Viner Interview: Ahead of tomorrow's event to showcase Britain's best young boxers, the promoter pulls no punches about the older ones, Hatton, Haye and Harrison
A gush of blood from their heads
Cleverly and Mitchell show title credentials with impressive displays at Wembley
The Last Word
*He had the talent, speed and ability to beat the guy. It took guts to come from cruiserweight and fight a man mountain like he did. He stuck to his guns. - Frank Bruno (former world champion)
Fame and riches await Britain's new heavyweight champion
Khan returns to homeland to silence his jealous doubters, not stir up tension
Bolton boxer shows benefit of Roach’s expert guidance in masterful display.