The fears that boxing’s joker-in-chief Tyson Fury was skating close to self-destruction were given stark and embarrassing substance when the world heavyweight champion was reunited with Wladimir Klitschko in Manchester on Wednesday.
Some 50 months ago, Jeremy Lin was the biggest thing in basketball. Then a 23 year-old undrafted player out of Harvard, he exploded as an offensive juggernaut for the Knicks and produced more forced puns than a dad convention.
Charlotte Hornets point guard Jeremy Lin is currently featuring in the play-offs against Miami Heat.
Could Ricky Rubio swap Minnesota Timberwolves for Dallas Mavericks?
John Booth, the former team principal at Manor and one of the most popular and recognisable figures in Formula One in recent years, is to return to the paddock as director of racing for Toro Rosso.
Rafael Nadal has had enough. After years of innuendo, he wants the world to know he has never failed a drug test, and on Tuesday he urged the International Tennis Federation to publish all his results to prove it. It declined but said the Spaniard was free to do so himself.
Will Dwight Howard leave the Houston Rockets for the Chicago Bulls?
The 26-year-old has been linked with a move to the Premier League.
Jamie Murray secured the third doubles slam title of his career and his second in the company of Bruno Soares as they finessed and blasted their way past the Spaniards Pablo Carreño Busta and Guillermo García-López in straight sets on an echoing Arthur Ashe Court.
Tom Watson’s Ryder Cup legacy did not solely relate to the continuation of a poor United States run.
Kell Brook’s audacious bid to climb two weight divisions and dethrone the most fearsome puncher in boxing came to a brave but bloody end when his trainer Dominic Ingle threw in the towel after five brutal rounds against the undisputed middleweight world champion Gennady Golovkin.