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This week hundreds of British sportsmen and women are heading for Azerbaijan for a new event on the sporting calendar.
The inaugural European Games get underway on Friday, a two-week multi-sport event, similar to the Olympic Games.
And with just over a year to go until Rio, it's a chance for many, including Liverpool Middleweight boxer Anthony Fowler, to stake their claim for a place in Team GB
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Just months after suffering a fractured skull confronting burglars, Manchester's Anthony Crolla will return to the ring for a shot at the world title.
He will take on Colombian Darleys Perez for the WBA Lightweight title.
The fight will be on the same card as Scott Quigg's title defence at the Manchester Arena on July 18th.
Manchester boxer Anthony Crolla will fight for a world title in July.
There were fears his injuries were so severe he wouldn't be allowed to box again, but doctors have given him the all-clear.
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Liverpool's Derry Mathews says he's ready to end a North West hoodoo when he faces Tony Luis for the Interim WBA World Lightweight Championship at the Echo Arena on Saturday. After recent defeats on the world stage for local fighters Paul Smith, Paul Butler and Martin Murray, Mathews says he hopes to make the region proud.
Best friends Billie-Jean Franks and Bria Fielding have plenty in common.
Born on the very same day, 16 years later they've both been called up by their country.
The school friends from Preston are the newest members of England's boxing team.
Mike Hall has been to meet them:
Natasha Jonas, the first female boxer to represent Great Britain in an Olympic Games, has announced her retirement from the sport.
The Liverpool 30-year-old made history when she took on eventual gold medallist Katie Taylor in the first round of the women's lightweight competition at London 2012.
Jonas, a former world and European bronze medallist, said:
"It just felt like the right time to retire.
"Being away from camp to recover from my recent injury has given me time to think and I just came to the conclusion that I did not want to go back to the demands of full-time training.
"When I started boxing 10 years ago I was an overweight, unemployed scally from Toxteth and if you'd have told me then that I would win a world championship medal and compete in front of 10,000 people at the Olympic Games I would never have believed it, so I am very proud to have achieved those things and done so well in the sport.
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