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The Sport Matrix: Tuesday 23 April 2013

United take 20th league title as Villa are swept aside

Carl 'The Truth' Williams: Boxer who fought Mike Tyson and Larry Holmes

Carl Williams was so nearly in the right place at the right time in both his fights for the heavyweight championship of the world. "The Truth", as people who knew him liked to call him, lost on points over the ancient distance of 15 rounds to Larry Holmes in 1985. The ringside experts and fans in Reno that night overwhelmingly believed Holmes had lost for the first time in 48 fights, but the judges denied Williams. Holmes lost for the first time in his next fight.

The sporting week ahead (14/04/13)

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David Haye (right) has Dereck Chisora in trouble at Upton Park

Boxing: David Haye set to unveil comeback plans

The former undisputed cruiserweight and WBA heavyweight champion has not fought since stopping domestic rival Dereck Chisora i

Ricky Hatton’s career in the ring came to an end last November

Bunce on Boxing: Ricky Hatton on brink of promotion win with Sergey Rabchenko in post-fight career

It is always a good week for British boxing when two real stars either get back in the ring or announce a return to the ring.

Tyson Fury does not have the body of work to back up his words

Kevin Garside: Tyson Fury should note that Muhammad Ali's poetry embroidered his genius in the ring

The Way I See It: It is for us to give credit where it's due, Tyson, not for you to claim it

Rake progresses to CBI president

Sir Mike Rake, the chairman of BT, is to become president of the employers' organisation the CBI, taking over from Sir Roger Carr.

Manu Tuilagi avoids Mathieu Bastareaud

The Calvin Report: No contest as ultimate warrior tames beast

Bloodied and bandaged, Tuilagi triumphs over Bastareaud in heavyweight clash that highlights the modern game's obsession with collisions and brute force

Adrien Broner celebrates after beating Gavin Rees of Britain in their WBC lightweight title match in Atlantic City

Bunce on Boxing: Adrien Broner highlights long, hard fall of US heavyweights

The attention of fans in America has been on much smaller men

Life after sport: Rebecca Adlington plans to cope, but Paul Gascoigne has struggled

The Last Word: Problems of surviving the end game

In the week Adlington and Carragher quit, Gazza offers a stark reminder of how it can go wrong

David Price will take a step up from domestic competition

Boxing: David Price squares up to Tony Thompson

David Price will face former world title challenger Tony Thompson in his next heavyweight bout.

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