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Heavyweight champion should be retired by the time Brit will challenge

Silver tongue: Michael Buffer has earned a £300m fortune from ring announcements and appeared in Rocky

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From Vietnam and Hollywood to Upton Park, MC gets ready to rumble

Dereck Chisora in the ring with Vitali

David Haye and Dereck Chisora regret brawl

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.

Dereck Chisora (right) throws a right hand at Vitali Klitschko in a brave fight by the Londoner who, unusually, made the Ukrainian go the distance

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Unsavoury antics by challenger fail to hinder superiority of world champion

James Lawton: Once the talking stopped, boxing's great charlatan was found totally lacking

Haye made much of what he was going to do to Klitschko but he couldn't lay a hand on him. Now he should leave us all in peace

Boxing: Brave Haye falls short of Klitschko class

Brash Briton fails to let his fists do the talking as superior Ukrainian unifies heavyweight belts

Boxing: All in a weigh-in: Insults, songs, death stares and lots of British fans

Steve Bunce sees chaos in a Hamburg sports shop as Klitschko comes in two stone heavier than Haye whose fans are out in force

Boxing: Lennox Lewis defends David Haye remarks

Lennox Lewis has defended David Haye's actions in the build-up to tomorrow's fight with Wladimir Klitschko and insists the Londoner has not over-stepped the mark with his trash-talking.

Boxing: Groves holds edge on sour night for DeGale

Golden boy loses his crown as bitter rival proves elusive in grudge match

Brian Viner on Henry Cooper: 'Ali still had that cheek... he said I was getting old'

Henry Cooper, one of the greats of British boxing, passed away earlier this week. Brian Viner remembers one of the British public's most loved sportsmen

Former boxing champion Gary Mason is killed in cycling accident at age 48

Tributes were paid yesterday to the former British heavyweight boxing champion Gary Mason, who was killed in a cycling accident in south London.

Boxing: Klitschko has to go the full 12 rounds but win never in doubt

Vitali Klitschko successfully defended his WBC heavyweight title on Saturday night with a comprehensive points victory over Shannon Briggs in Hamburg.

James Lawton: Heavyweights of hype: Haye and Harrison are no greats

The all-British bout will draw huge crowds, but for our writer it marks the tipping point where a noble sport becomes all talk

Boxing: Haye and Harrison set for big hit at box office as fight is confirmed

David Haye's defence of his World Boxing Association heavyweight title against Audley Harrison at the MEN Arena in Manchester on 13 November was confirmed today, setting up a fight that could generate more money than any other in British history.

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