Following the most dramatic last day of a Premier League to date, Kenny Dalglish calls his old friend Sir Alex Ferguson to try and cheer him up
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.
Promoters David Coldwell and Eddie Hearn have announced that ‘The Big Bang’ boxing show headlined by Tony Bellew vs Danny McIntosh will be moved from its original date of Saturday, April 14 to one day prior on Friday, April 13.
The British light-heavyweight title contest has been moved to avoid a clash with the potential all-Merseyside FA Cup semi-final and will still take place at Liverpool’s Echo Arena with the doors now opening at 6.30pm.
Promoter Frank Maloney has announced that David Price and Sam Sexton will meet for the vacant British heavyweight title at Liverpool's Aintree Racecourse on Saturday, May 19.
The pair will square off at the Equestrian Centre on the course, and Maloney has earmarked the venue as the Liverpudlian giant’s new home for his next few fights.
Boxer Tony Bellew takes Kugan Cassius and iFilm London on a tour of where he grew up in Liverpool, as he talks about what it was like growing up in the area, why he is regarded as a 'hot-head' and the buzz around Liverpool fighters right now.
British and Commonwealth light-heavyweight champion Tony Bellew hit out at rioters last night as his mother’s car was stolen and burned in the disturbances in Liverpool.
The boxer from Wavertree in Liverpool took to Twitter to condemn the actions of looters up and down the country last night as the riots which began in London this weekend spread to the North West and beyond.