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David Haye, left, is the bookmakers' favourite to beat Tyson Fury

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British heavyweights will meet with a world title shot waiting for the winner

Boxing: Anthony Joshua agrees Hearn pro deal

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David Price is ruled to be unable to carry on boxing as he loses to Tony Thompson

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English heavyweight stopped in fifth round by American

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Luke Campbell with his Olympic gold medal at London 2012

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No pane, no gain: ‘I didn’t like getting punched but I learned how to take it,’ says David Price. ‘Now I love boxing’

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Liverpudlian slugger can unify title of what was once sport's richest prize

David Haye (right) has Dereck Chisora in trouble at Upton Park
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The refusal of Lewis and Calzaghe to fight again is often used as an insult

Steward, right, with Lennox Lewis, who he guided to the world heavyweight championship in 1997

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Manny Steward became the best trainer of his generation after an anonymous apprenticeship travelling to fights with young boxers packed in his car, a cooking stove in the trunk and the local US state rulebook in his pocket. He was a master tactician who understood the crazy hearts of the fighters he shaped, guided and often created from scratch. He had an ability in the gym, a hotel room in the lonely hours before a fight, the dressing room and the ring during a fight to communicate clearly a strategy for victory. He could whisper and he could growl.

Big attraction: A professional career will be calling Anthony Joshua if he wins the super-heavyweight title

Boxing: Anthony Joshua has key to future riches in his fast hands

London's Olympics have been a knockout, but there's no doubt who will be Britain's biggest hit of the Games. If Anthony Joshua, one of the two British boxers in this afternoon's finals, wins the super-heavyweight title, he will be within striking distance of a gold mine.

Perri Shakes-Drayton says she will do whatever it takes to get to the final

Team GB hurdler Perri Shakes-Drayton pledges to 'run her heart out'

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Boxing: Team GB's Luke Campbell beats Jayn Parrinello in Olympic bantamweight boxing

Luke Campbell shrugged off an attack of nerves to book his place in the last 16 of the Olympic bantamweight division with a difficult 11-9 win over tough Italian Jahyn Parrinello at ExCeL tonight.

Boxing: Frank Maloney performs retirement u-turn

In a typically honest and fierce revelation, Frank Maloney has revealed he has undertaken a dramatic change of heart in his decision to retire from boxing after rediscovering his hunger following the painful loss of his Sky Sports television deal.

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