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The Olympic Torch reached new heights this morning as it was held aloft on the London Eye.
From Vietnam and Hollywood to Upton Park, MC gets ready to rumble
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.
Unsavoury antics by challenger fail to hinder superiority of world champion
Steve Bunce sees chaos in a Hamburg sports shop as Klitschko comes in two stone heavier than Haye whose fans are out in force
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.
Golden boy loses his crown as bitter rival proves elusive in grudge match
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
The party of 'fruitcakes' is in need of direction. Andrew Johnson and Matt Chorley assess who is one slice short of a serious leadership bid
A great character as well as one of Britain's finest boxing talents, the man with the monocle is back with a bang and 'mentoring' his son in the sweet science. Alan Hubbard speaks to Chris Eubank
Klitschkos next in line after thrilling and brutal defence of his WBA heavyweight crown
The former world heavyweight champion was working towards a last shot at the big time – until he wound up behind bars. As he awaits his fate, Steve Bunce tells the tale of a doomed struggle against cocaine
This was an insult of a fight, a dreg of the dregs. How bad was the hype afterwards?
With victory over Nikolay Valuev, David Haye became the first Briton since Lennox Lewis to become a heavyweight world champion.
*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)
Promoters scramble to line up lucrative fights for Briton after back-foot masterclass earns world heavyweight title