Bellew blows away McIntosh in five

Tony Bellew produced a clinical performance to completely outclass Danny McIntosh and successfully defend his British light-heavyweight title at Liverpool's Echo Arena on Friday night.

Bellew, out of action since losing his unbeaten record to Nathan Cleverly at the same venue for the WBO strap in October last year, shook off the ring rust with a stunning fifth-round knockout in front of his hometown fans.

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Everton mad Tony Bellew says sport can unite city

Tony Bellew tackles Danny McIntosh tonight in their hotly anticipated British light-heavyweight clash at the Echo Arena in Liverpool live on Sky Sports 1HD – and the home town fighter is urging the city to back football’s Kick It Out campaign.

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Bellew and McIntosh face off at weigh-in

Tension was rife as Tony Bellew and Danny McIntosh weighed-in for their British light-heavyweight title fight at the Echo Arena in Liverpool, live on Sky Sports 1HD.

Champ Bellew was livid yesterday when McIntosh failed to show up at the pre-fight press conference, and the Liverpudlian whipped up the crowd at the weigh in when the pair squared up for the cameras.

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Scott Cardle relishing second big night out

Scott Cardle laces the gloves up for his second pro outing on Friday night as the Team GB star fights on the undercard of Tony Bellew’s British light-heavyweight title defence against Danny McIntosh, live on Sky Sports 1/HD1.

Bellew slams McIntosh no show and calls Clev weakest world champ

British light-heavyweight champion Tony Bellew lashed out at challenger Danny McIntosh in Wednesday’s press conference after the Norwich man failed to make it to Liverpool.

McIntosh cited travel problems as the reason for not getting to the Hilton Hotel in Bellew’s backyard, where the pair are set to meet at the Echo Arena on Friday night, live on Sky Sports.

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McIntosh ready to take Bellew’s title after Everton FA Cup hell

Danny McIntosh says he plans to rip Tony Bellew’s British light-heavyweight title away from him live on Sky Sports on Friday night, April 27, and add to the Everton mans FA Cup anguish.

Bellew defends the belt on home turf at the Liverpool Echo Arena against his challenger from Norwich and the duo’s football allegiances have come to the fore ahead of the clash.

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Bellew: ‘McIntosh bottled it’

British light-heavyweight champion Tony Bellew has accused challenger Danny McIntosh of ‘bottling it’ ahead of their title fight after the Norwich man had to pull out of the original date due to illness.

McIntosh had to pull out of the original April 13 date with a chest infection and the Wavertree ‘Bomber’ has vowed to punish him for the delay when the pair meet on April 27.

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Bellew vs McIntosh postponed due to illness

Tony Bellew’s British light-heavyweight title defence against Danny McIntosh at the Echo Arena in Liverpool has been postponed until Friday April 27 after McIntosh withdrew with a chest infection.

The pair were due to clash for the belt on April 13 in Merseyside but McIntosh and injured undercard stars John Watson (rib) and Scotty Cardle (knee) will now have a further fortnight to prepare for the rescheduled date.

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Bellew: ‘My training is insane’

British light-heavyweight champion Tony Bellew says he is pushing himself to the limit in training ahead of his title defence against former European champ Danny McIntosh on April 13, live on Sky Sports 1/HD1.

Bellew returned to his old amateur club ahead of his rematch with Ovill McKenzie last year and the ‘Bomber’ believes his fitness has improved with every fight under the tutelage of coaches Mark Quinn and Mick McCallister.

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Bellew: ‘Everton Cup run is extra boost’

Tony Bellew has promised Merseyside he will kick-off next week’s huge sporting weekend with victory against Danny McIntosh in ‘The Big Bang’ on Friday April 13 live on Sky Sports 1/HD1 from the Echo Arena, Liverpool.

The Everton-mad British light-heavyweight titleholder defends his title against the former European champ, and will head down to Wembley the following day to watch his beloved Toffees take on city rivals Liverpool in the FA Cup semi-final at lunchtime.

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