Carl Froch opens up on his life in and out of the ring in tonight’s ‘Britain’s Best: The Gloves Are Off’ boxing special on Sky Sports 1HD at 10pm tonight.
The three-time World super middleweight king was joined by fellow British boxing stars David Haye, Amir Khan and Anthony Ogogo in the round table chat about their lives chaired by Johnny Nelson.
The Hayemaker fights his way out of the jungle, crosses the Australian outback and makes it to a gym in Brisbane to send a message to his old mate The Cobra.
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Vitali Klitschko – ‘We’ve agreed terms, we just waiting for it to happen’. I’m going to prove he can’t knock me out and he can’t beat me.
Following his side-bet with Dave Haye prior to their heavyweight title fight at West Ham United, Dereck Chisora will now present Haye's charity of choice, The African Caribbean Leukaemia Trust, with a cheque for £20,000.
The donation will go towards supporting the ACLT's lifesaving work through spreading awareness and increasing the number of ethnic minorities on the UK bone marrow, blood and organ donation registries through national recruitment drives.
After today's press conference David Haye and Dereck Chisora had a chat with Boxnation, separately of course. Haye displayed all of his usual pre-fight confidence and seemed the epitome of focus and calm. Chisora however had an air of weird unpredictability. As he said himself, 'I think my medication is wearing off'.
Haye must have noticed too as he commented that Dereck ‘looks jittery and he’s stuttering a lot’
BoxNation kick off their 24/7 style documentary series following David Haye and Dereck Chisora's journey to their colossal showdown at West Ham United's Boleyn Ground on July 14. Both camps talk about what transpired that eventful night in Munich, Haye jets into Luxembourg to collect his license and an altercation between trainer and fighter threatens to derail Chisora’s preparations.
Dereck Chisora’s trainer Don Charles has played down reports of a rift in the camp following an altercation during training that was aired in the first episode of the access all areas reality series Haye vs Chisora: Beyond The Ropes.
David Haye and Dereck Chisora’s Upton Park grudge match gets the ultimate seal of approval from East End legend Danny Dyer. Forget the Board, the organizations, and the boxing media, this is the one that makes it ‘proper’. And like the man says ‘you’ll be a mug to miss it’.