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Vasyl Lomachenko, the Ukrainian featherweight regarded as one of the finest amateur boxers in history, eased to a fourth-round knock-out victory over Mexican Jose Ramirez on his professional debut.
But the CEO of Floyd Mayweather Promotions rubbishes claims that a deal is done between the two
Briton tweeted his eagerness for bout today
The mysterious piece of land in Nevada has been linked with reports of UFOs, alien bodies and secret government projects
Sarah Guyard-Guillot, a mother of two, appeared to slip free of the safety wire during a performance of Ka in Los Vegas
Cities and towns across the western United States took emergency measures on Saturday to cope with a heatwave, after dozens of people were taken ill and the region sweltered in dangerous triple-digit temperatures.
It's rude to gawk, but there's something worthwhile in these stop-and-stare documentaries
Like a bet? Got a spare £1.07million? Well the Sky 32 venue is for you.
I'm not quite sure how I missed Radio 4's Wireless Nights the first time around. This is the late-night, awards-strewn show in which the Pulp frontman-turned-national treasure Jarvis Cocker reveals the peculiar stuff that British people get up to under cover of darkness. (Oh, stop it, not that).
America’s most famous convict, OJ Simpson, appeared in a Las Vegas courtroom on Monday to plead for a new trial in the 2007 armed robbery case for which he was sentenced to 33 years in prison.
Floyd Mayweather has been a professional boxer since 1996 but is not expected to finally walk away from the sport until 2016, when his latest contract expires.
The theme of Jonathan Rendall's writing life was risk. He came to prominence in the late 1980s as a vital new voice covering that most literary of sports, boxing, and captured in urgent, seductive prose the risk to life and limb that assails a fighter every time he enters the ring. But the risk came closer to home too. Rendall wrote about playing the odds in a book called, ominously, Twelve Grand. The terms of the contract with his publisher were that he would take his advance – the titular £12,000 – and gamble it. It's one measure of how well the gambling paid that later in life he would joke about a sequel called Twelve Quid.
A horrifying crash on the last lap of a race at Daytona International Speedway injured at least 30 fans yesterday and provided another stark reminder of what can happen when a car going nearly 200 mph is suddenly launched toward the spectator areas.
Police said Ammar Harris was being sought in connection with the deadly shooting
A Republican stalwart, now 80, has owned up to a 1970s liaison with the daughter of a colleague