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Showing posts from January, 2016

A Small Tribute to David Bowie

The Return of David Haye

When David Haye steps into the ring on Saturday night, he will return to a different age in British heavyweight boxing.It will be three and a half years since his last fight against Derek Chisora and he will find that the hierarchy has changed significantly.

Tyson Fury rules the roost as the self-confessed Gypsy King, complete with a Klitschko scalp, a swathe of world title belts and the title of Ring Magazine Fighter of the Year.Meanwhile, David Price - once touted as a future world champion – suffered back-to-back losses against a 41 year-old Tony Thompson, which left the Liverpool man considering his future in the sport.Then you have Anthony Joshua - the nation’s Great Hope - whose own professional career didn’t begin until over a year after Haye took leave of the ring.The 26 year-old has already established himself as a world title hope by dispatching all 15 of his opponents well within the allocated distance.In being so clinical inside the ring and so level-headed and self-depreca…