Northern Ireland’s main gay and feminist rights organisations will picket Sports Personality of the Year over the addition of the world boxing heavyweight champion Tyson Fury to the shortlist for the Belfast event.
Two hundred seventeen million dollars for David Price.
The Irish superstar took just 13 seconds to defeat his opponent.
If Dillian Whyte fights like he talks then Anthony Joshua has been forewarned: there will be plenty of low-handed potshots scudding violently towards him on Saturday night.
The IBF has stripped Tyson Fury of his world heavyweight title on account of his failure to defend the belt against the mandatory challenger, Vyacheslav Glazkov, instead choosing a rematch with Wladimir Klitschko, whom the Briton beat on 28 November.
“Even though he’s a moron I supported Tyson Fury,” David Haye says as he remembers watching the controversial new world heavyweight champion beat Wladimir Klitschko in a shock result that continues to reverberate.
The year 2013 was a good one for Jessica Ennis-Hill, the early favourite for this year’s BBC Sports Personality of the Year (Spoty) award.
The BBC has come under renewed pressure to remove the heavyweight boxer Tyson Fury from its Sports Personality of the Year shortlist after the newly-crowned world champion appeared unrepentant about a string of sexist comments, some directed at the Olympic and world champion heptathlete, Jessica Ennis-Hill.
Blade Runner is free to roam the world.
Former WWE star Chyna turned up at the WWE offices this week.
Boxing is a dangerous game, and David Haye is not playing it very well.
Mo Farah, the double Olympic champion, says he will run half the London Marathon this year, before stepping up to debut over the full distance in 2014. The Londoner has always been open about his desire to try out the feted course and on 21 April he will run alongside a stellar list of names.
Tom Daley's 28in-waist, red, white and blue Olympic trunks have become a museum piece, exhibited alongside a Bradley Wiggins yellow jersey and costumes from last year's opening ceremony.
Ichiro Suzuki made baseball history on Wednesday – but the man whose record he broke doesn’t think the new mark should count.
Andrew Flintoff has won his first boxing bout - A Newcastle United left-back and a celebrity football fans for Arsenal and Chelsea are among those to express their congratulations via Twitter.
A day after his team opened the Stanley Cup Final by beating the San Jose Sharks at home, first-year Pittsburgh Penguins coach Mike Sullivan scheduled an optional skate, and all but six players opted to take the day off. And why not? In less than seven weeks, the Penguins had played 19 grinding playoff games, five in overtime.
The five-time world snooker champion is willing Leicester on... but fancies Tottenham.
Tony Bellew recovered from a first-round knockdown to win the WBC world cruiserweight title with a third-round stoppage of Ilunga Makabu.
Kieren Fallon has announced his retirement from the saddle at the age of 51 as a consequence of struggles with his mental health. The six-times champion jockey, who has taken no rides over the past week, asked the Irish Turf Club’s chief medical officer, Dr Adrian McGoldrick, to break the news on his behalf.
It is an old cycling saw that the rainbow jersey of world road race champion carries a curse which condemns its wearers to mediocrity or misfortune in the season after they win the gold medal.
Between the Tour de France and the Rio Olympics, Mark Cavendish faces a packed summer, but he has got off to the perfect start.