Have England got the stamina for the shortest version of the game?
Carl Frampton emerged victorious over Scott Quigg last night, but how did Twitter react to the Northern Irishman unifying the super-bantamweight division?
Andy Murray smiles coyly when he declares he would love to win all the remaining 2016 slams, defend his Olympic gold medal and, with his Great Britain team-mates, retain the Davis Cup they won on such on a wave of emotion in Ghent last year.
After waiting four years to fight, it was all over in 36 minutes that ranged between dull and dramatic, and, when it was done, Carl Frampton left Manchester with his own IBF super-bantamweight belt and the WBA title of his brave but outclassed rival, Scott Quigg.
Mercedes again dominated Formula One testing on Thursday, completing another 185 data-collecting laps, though Ferrari had the fastest car for the third time in four days.
Watford striker Troy Deeney posts a photo on his Twitter account after a training session with boxer Anthony Joshua.
With their 2-0 trans-Tasman series win and faultless party-pooping effort in Black Caps skipper Brendon McCullum’s farewell Test, Australia now find themselves on top of the ICC rankings, claiming back a title they’ve held for just three months out of the previous five years.
Fernando Alonso renewed his pledge to McLaren and Formula One after putting in a marathon stint during testing at the Circuit de Catalunya.
Carl Frampton is favourite to beat Scott Quigg this weekend, and here are three things that the Northern Irishman can use to his advantage.
Despite heading into their world title unification clash as the underdog, Scott Quigg has several things in his favour over Carl Frampton.
Red Bull driver Max Verstappen has met with FIA bosses to discuss his recent tactics and driving style.
Max Verstappen, who appears to have derived his driving technique from watching Ben-Hur, has certainly divided opinion in Formula One. The 18-year-old is either Mad Max or the most exciting new talent the sport has seen since Ayrton Senna burst on the scene in the mid-1980s.