Manchester boxer Anthony Crolla has opened up about what he describes as 'the darkest moment of his life' as part of his new book.Read the full story ›
There'll be an emotional return to Manchester Arena for Anthony Crolla and his family this weekend.
The former world lightweight champion takes on Scotland's Ricky Burns and he'll be cheered on by his teenage cousin Leah.
She was caught in the blast in the terrorist attack there in May and will return there for the first time on Saturday.
Controversial former world heavyweight champion, Tyson Fury, has announced he will not be reapplying for a British boxing licence.Read the full story ›
Hughie Fury came up short in his brave bid to wrest the WBO heavyweight title from champion Joseph Parker in Manchester on Saturday night.Read the full story ›
Hughie Fury's WBO World Heavyweight title fight will be shown exclusively on YouTube, Hennessy Sports has announced.Read the full story ›
Hughie Fury is just over a month away from his biggest fight against world champion Joe Parker.
Our sports correspondent Chris Hall has been to Windermere to witness his unusual training regime.
Anthony Crolla turned down opportunities to fight in Las Vegas and Monaco in favour of a return to Manchester Arena.
Crolla will meet Scotland's Ricky Burns in a lightweight contest on October 7th as he attempts to secure another world title shot.
He told Granada Reports it was important to return to the arena for one of the venue's first events since May's terrorist attack.
Tyson Fury has backed his cousin Hughie to follow in his footsteps and win the world heavyweight title.
Hughie will fight for the WBO heavyweight crown against defending champion Joseph Parker at the Manchester Arena on September 23rd.
He had been scheduled to challenge the New Zealander in Auckland on May 6th until injury forced his withdrawal a fortnight before.
Fury will take on reigning champion Joseph Parker in ManchesterRead the full story ›
Liverpool boxer Natasha Jonas is ready to step into the ring for her professional debut.
Natasha represented Great Britain in the 2012 Olympics and retired from the sport two years ago to start a family.
But a shot in the pro ranks has tempted her out of retirement. She faces Monika Antonik in Newcastle on Friday night.
She's been speaking to David Chisnall.