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Fury free to box after interview with BBBofC
Former world heavyweight champion Tyson Fury is free to box in the UK again after a successful interview with the British Boxing Board of Control (BBBoC) on Friday.
Ex-British champ Small charged with terror offence
Former British light-middleweight champion Anthony Small has been charged with a terror offence.
Mundine would be 'step backwards' for Horn
Jeff Horn's promoter Dean Lonergan has ruled out any fight with Anthony Mundine in the short term, saying it would be a clear "step backwards".
Nietes-Reveco rounds out 'Superfly 2' card
Tom Loeffler of 360 Promotions and HBO rounded out the "Superfly 2" tripleheader on Thursday by adding Donnie Nietes, the world's No. 1 flyweight, in a mandatory title defense against former world titleholder Juan Carlos Reveco.
Beltran, Moses to meet for lightweight title
Raymundo Beltran and Paulus Moses will meet for lightweight title.
Taylor to fight Soto on March 3, wants world title
Josh Taylor faces Humberto Soto on March 3 in the first of "two or three fights" before a world title shot.
Mayweather shares sedate retirement footage
Floyd Mayweather has been taking in retirement in somewhat more sedate fashion, and now he has shared snaps of himself relaxing on the beach.
Joshua 'bored' of Fury fight talk
Anthony Joshua has revealed his interest in fighting Tyson Fury has wilted and has stated he is becoming "a bit bored" of the talk surrounding a potential fight.
Lomachenko rep takes air out of Pacquiao talk
Vasiliy Lomachenko's manager says the junior lightweight champ won't be fighting Manny Pacquiao any time soon, shooting down comments made by Pacquiao earlier this week.
Lipnets has hand injury, postpones Garcia fight
Sergey Lipinets has postponed the first defense of his junior welterweight title against Mikey Garcia after suffering a hand injury during training.
Frampton: I want a title fight this summer
Carl Frampton is hoping to earn a world title shot in the summer, provided that he comes through his April 21 fight with Filipino boxer Nonito Donaire.
Lightweight Herring strikes deal with Top Rank
Lightweight Jamel Herring, who spent his career in the stable of adviser Al Haymon, has parted ways with the Premier Boxing Champions creator and agreed to a promotional contract with Top Rank.
Joshua dismisses Parker's 'king of steroids' claim
Anthony Joshua dismissed Joseph Parker calling him "king of steroids" and resisted the temptation to launch a verbal attack on his rival champion.
Chocolatito plans return to ring in 2018
Roman "Chocolatito" Gonzalez is planning his return to ring this spring after a difficult 2017.
Joshua, Parker keep it clean on first meeting.
Steve Bunce looks back on the first prefight news conference between Anthony Joshua and Joseph Parker, as the pair keep trash talking to a minimum.
Valdez to defend featherweight title vs. Quigg
Oscar Valdez will make the fourth defense of his 126-pound title against top contender Scott Quigg on March 10 at the StubHub Center in Carson, California.
Parker: I'll beat whatever Joshua brings.
Joseph Parker warns Anthony Joshua that he can beat the Brit at his best as the pair aim to unify the WBO, WBA and IBF heavyweight championships.
Parker on Joshua: 'I know his weaknesses, he thinks he knows mine'
Joseph Parker has promised to be better than his last fight when he faces Anthony Joshua on March 31.
Business as usual despite Parker fight bringing 'rare occasion'
The first prefight news conference between Anthony Joshua and Joshua Parker passed without incident. For all the posturing, verbal jousting and thinly veiled insults thrown in Joshua's direction from Parker's camp, there was a line drawn in the sand.
Joshua brands Parker's criticism as 'fake news'
Anthony Joshua dismissed criticism from Joseph Parker's team about his punch resistance, describing it as "fake news" at a news conference Tuesday.
Fury: Me or Joshua 'going to sleep' if we fight
Tyson Fury has warned Anthony Joshua that one of them will "go to sleep" within four rounds if they step into the ring together.
Tete pulls out of title defense with calf injury
Zolani Tete was forced to withdraw from a mandatory defense of his bantamweight title against Omar Narvaez on Feb. 10 because of a calf injury.
Scorecard: Shields retains title; Ergashev dominates
Claressa Shields retained her unified women's super middleweight title by defeating Tori Nelson on Friday, setting up a move down to middleweight this spring. Dan Rafael reviews Shields' victory, along with other bouts from the weekend.
Fury backing Parker to shock AJ
Tyson Fury has made a surprise a prediction for the highly-anticipated heavyweight showdown between Anthony Joshua and Joseph Parker by backing the New Zealander to claim victory.
Zlatan Ibrahimovic gives his thoughts on Man United's new signings, his relationship with Lukaku and Pogba, and more.
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