Unsung champion is happy to mix it with amateurs and show them the ropes
Promoter 'gutted and badly let down' by Khan's defection to United States
In the wake of David Haye's victory over Nikolai Valuev on Saturday, the new WBA heavyweight champion has been made third favourite to be be named BBC Sports Personality of the Year next month.
Yes, twice he failed, both occasions with humiliation, but he did so at the highest level
There is much for the Welsh to be proud of on this St David's Day. Cole Moreton, who has family in the valleys, reports
It is not for the faint-hearted – but it's one of the fastest routes to all-round fitness. Richard Sharp steps into the ring and finds he's hooked
Rebecca Adlington is the new favourite to become the BBC Sports Personality of the Year after a flood of money continued to pour in at bookmakers across the country yesterday. The 19-year-old Olympic swimmer, who won two gold medals in Beijing, is now the odds-on favourite, at around 5-6, having displaced the long-time front-runner, Lewis Hamilton, now the second favourite at around 7-4.
'24 Hours' is the umpteenth in Jones's attempts to reconnect with musical relevance, and this time the direction came courtesy of his son, who suggested the retro soul vibe of Amy Winehouse might suit his style.
Victory tonight would allow the Welshman to retire unbeaten, but may not seal his place among the greats.
Prices are low and land rights are being addressed but is it safe to buy in Northern Cyprus? Asks Graham Norwood
Anna Wintour, the editor-in-chief of American Vogue and doyenne of fashion magazine bosses, is among those honoured in the world of arts and media.
The outgoing Doctor Who screenwriter Russell T Davies, the architect Lord Rogers of Riverside, crime writer Lynda La Plante and neurologist Oliver Sacks head the Queen's birthday honours released today.
Wales' unbeaten world champion will be the purists' choice when he enters the ring for the bout of his life tonight, but he faces a battle of wits with a ruthless streetfighter
He may be 43, but Bernard Hopkins roars defiance after ageist taunts from the Calzaghe camp
Undefeated for 18 years, the super-middleweight champion of the world is facing a big fight for the first time away from British soil – and Bernard Hopkins is not alone in believing that could count against him
Joe Calzaghe smiled when Bernard Hopkins warned yesterday that he should be "willing to die" when they meet in a light-heavyweight world title bout in April.