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Damon Feldman, the promoter organizing the bout with the star, has confirmed that the fight will take place on 1 March

Dhoni finishes off England in third ODI against India

India 157-3 (28.1 overs) beat England 155 (42.2 overs) by seven wickets

Wu-Block, Garage, London

In the week London’s Madame Tussauds unveils wax works of P Diddy and Snoop Dogg among other rap stars, a more underground exponent is celebrating its heritage in a more vital way.

Large alligator-like reptile found guarding 34lb stash of marijuana

Suspect  reportedly told police he got the creature to commemorate rapper Tupac Shakur's 1996 death

Kanye West and Kim Kardashian expecting first child

Kanye West and Kim Kardashian are expecting their first child.

Warning after Gangnam Style death

The death of a father-of-three who collapsed while reproducing the dance routine to the hit song "Gangnam Style" has prompted a warning to middle-aged men not to attempt similar feats.

Eminem to headline Reading and Leeds

US rapper Eminem will take to the stage to headline the Reading and Leeds festivals next year - more than a decade after he first topped the bill.

Album review: Wu Block, Wu Block (E1)

A collaborative effort between sundry Wu Tang Clansmen and D- Block inmates – notably Ghostface Killah and Sheek Louch – Wu Block suffers from the absence of a few vital presences, in particular Wu Tang producer the RZA.

Grime pays: Jermaine Scott, aka Wretch 32, backstage at Koko in Camden

The Financial Times doesn't get rap, and their caricature of it is dangerous

Rap is not "loud, but lacking in Substance", Mr Guthrie

Fans irate at Grammys snub for Justin Bieber and One Direction

Both globally popular artists have been overlooked for the awards

G-Dawg and 50 Cent

Media: When financial journalism and rap references collide

City slickers hoping for analysis of the autumn statement picked up their copies of the Financial Times today to find George Osborne being described on the front page as "G-Dawg".

PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale – Review

An unsubtle fighter derived from brute force and blunt objects.

A modernised China is a place to fear

Europe's teetering economy could be toppled in the rush by a liberalised new generation to embrace the standards of the West

Michael Tubbs is one of the youngest elected officials in the United States

Student, 22, backed by Oprah and MC Hammer wins council election

A bankrupt city recently dubbed the "most miserable" place in America is back in the news for all the right reasons, after a 22-year-old student succeeded in a celebrity-backed campaign to win election to the local council.

TLC plan first album since Lisa 'Left Eye' Lopes' death

Surviving members of one of the most influential R&B bands of the nineties TLC are planning a new album a decade after the death of Lisa “Left Eye” Lopes.

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