The presence of Manchester United full back was not welcome at UFC: Fight Night 30 on Saturday evening.
Chisora’s victory over Scott was the turning point for his career claims trainer Don Charles as the Finchley boxer prepares for his Copper Box return.
The back flip by mountain bike pro Kelly McGarry at the Red Bull Rampage was captured with a helmet camera.
The former Manchester United forward's body has won the praise of the former Mr Universe…
Former 2013 Big Brother contestant Daley ‘Star’ Ojuederie hopes to put the past behind him as he prepares for his ring return at the York Hall next month after teaming up with Goodwin Promotions.
For baseball fans, it's the most wonderful time of the year, at least if your team has somehow managed to stay in the "Hunt for October." The playoffs are already underway, and eight lucky (and skilled) teams have made it into the chase for a World Series title.
While Puma's renewal of its sponsorship of Jamaican athlete Usain Bolt seemed like a no-brainer, the story was somewhat different a decade ago.
The latest addition to Team Khan is impressed with the Briton's all-round athleticism and envisages success in the transition to the welterweight division.
David Haye, Frank Warren, a judge, a long-reigning king who wasn't even fighting and London's top gym all feature...
A favourite of Arsenal, Tottenham Hotspur and Chelsea fans, a fighter cut from naturally athletic cloth, backed by a prominent sports promoter, a canny manager and fighting out of the country’s hottest gym… Buglioni has all the tools to reach boxing’s summit but the affable chap remains admirably grounded.
As an Irishman with a passable singing voice and an appreciation of the more legitimate musical accomplishments of his compatriot Van Morrison, Barry McGuigan would recognise in Mighty Like A Rose, an early Them classic, the shape that is forming around the career of Carl Frampton.
The Olympic champion Ian Thorpe has said he would have come out earlier if he’d had more time to become comfortable with his sexuality.
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.