Suffolk boxer Anthony Ogogo has won his first ever professional fight
Lowestoft boxer Anthony Ogogo, who won a bronze medal at London 2012, has announced he is turning professional.
The Royal Mail is to repaint a postbox red despite a Facebook campaign to keep it bronze in honour of one of our Olympians.
Organisers have revealed the route of the Queen's Baton Relay next month ahead of the Commonwealth Games. Highlights include a run along Lowestoft seafront, led by Olympic bronze medal boxer Anthony Ogogo, and a grand finale in Ipswich's Christchurch Park involving pyrotechnics and live music.
Lowestoft boxer Anthony Ogogo will fight for the first time this year on March 1, when he takes on Greg O'Neill in Glasgow.
The Olympic bronze medallist will take to the ring for his fifth bout as a professional after being added to the undercard of Ricky Burns' WBO World Lightweight title defence against Terence Crawford at the SECC.
25-year-old Ogogo currently has an unbeaten record as a professional, including two knockouts.
The middleweight wrote on his facebook page of his excitement at the fight in Atlantic City in ten days time.
"Flights confirmed, the scene is set. Im making my second foray into pro boxing on the famous Atlantic City Boardwalk Halll next Sat May 18th. US Debut on a stacked card with world title fights & boxing of the highest calibre, under the bright lights of Atlantic City. #ImALuckyBoy"
Olympic bronze medallist Anthony Ogogo has won his first professional fight in style, knocking out his opponent in the second round.
The victory in Sheffield last night was the perfect start to the Lowestoft boxer's professional career.
Suffolk's Anthony Ogogo is about to make his first foray as a professional boxer in Sheffield.
The Olympic medalist from Lowestoft has been telling us how he's been preparing for the bout with Kieron Gray.
Ipswich Town are hoping to tempt Olympic boxer Anthony Ogogo to fight at Portman Road.
The Lowestoft fighter won bronze at the London Olympics before turning pro earlier this year.
Town say they're looking at ways to boost income at Portman Road by staging events like concerts, so manager Mick McCarthy can spend more in the transfer market.
After medal-winning performances at the Olympics, two of our region's young sports stars are conquering stage and screen. Strictly Come Dancing winner Louis Smith has begun the live tour, while Anthony Ogogo stars in ITV diving show Splash. We caught up with the multi-talented pair.
It's been quite a time over the last few months for Anthony Ogogo.
First, the boxer from Lowestoft managed to win a bronze medal at the London Olympics over the summer.
That performance gave him the chance to turn professional.
And let's not forget this weekend when Anthony will make his debut in the ITV show Splash, which is also proving to be a bit of a hit!