Boxing enigma Audley Harrison is set to grace the dancefloor on BBC’s hit show Strictly Come Dancing, which kicks off this weekend, according to The Sun.
Harrison is set to compete alongside retired footballer Robbie Savage, former politician Edwina Currie, astrologer Russell Grant, former Neighbours stars Jason Donovan and Holly Valance, impressionist Rory Bremner and The One Show host Alex Jones.
Tyson Fury says he will battle with North American champion Nicolai Firtha at Belfast's King's Hall on September 17 because he wants to give the Irish fans a night to remember.
The contest pits the British and Commonwealth heavyweight champion against the tough contender who only two fights ago went the distance with the new WBA heavyweight champion Alexander Povetkin.
Speaking from his training camp where he was put the finishing touches to preparation for his September 10 title defence against Adamek, Vitali revealed that the Klitschko brothers still had unfinished business to address with the former WBA world champion.
It is being reported that Britain’s premier boxing broadcaster Sky Sports will drop pay-per-view for the foreseeable future after a troubled spell with the premium presentations over the last year.
WBO light-heavyweight champion Nathan Cleverly has acknowledged light-welterweight champion ruler Amir Khan as the top British fighter around, ranking him above the likes of super-middleweight champion Carl Froch and former heavyweight master David Haye.
A good biggun always beats a good littlun - proof. Watching this could have saved David Haye a lot of time.
The fight titled The Big Brawl certainly lived up to it’s billing going the full 12 rounds with Fury running out to a unanimous decision victory after being rocked a couple of times by heavy-hitting Chisora.