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Manchester boxer Tyson Fury refused to speak to the press, and gagged himself at a media event for this next fight.
The fighter is due to take on Dereck Chisora, in a rescheduled bout, but was fined for swearing at a press event before the original fight.
In protest, Fury gagged himself with tape, and would only mime answers to questions.
Boxer Tyson Fury has gagged himself at a press conference, in protest over a fine.
The Salford fighter was handed the penalty by the British Boxing Board of Control after swearing at a previous press conference for a fight against Dereck Chisora. That bout was called off after Chisora borke his hand in training.
Kell Brook could be fast-tracked towards an all-British showdown with Amir Khan after making a remarkable recovery from a stab wound sustained on holiday in Tenerife.
Promoter Eddie Hearn has revealed doctors have given Brook the all-clear to fight again as early as February - raising hopes of a domestic welterweight showdown.
Brook won the IBF version of the crown from Shawn Porter and was set to make his first defence in December before the stabbing incident earlier this month.
Bury boxer Scott Quigg dropped into the Granada Reports studio with promoter Eddie Hearn to discuss Saturday's world title fight against Stephane Jamoye in Manchester. Hearn says a unification fight between WBA champion Quigg and IBF champ Carl Frampton could be staged at Manchester United's Old Trafford stadium next year.
Jamie Moore went through a few heart-stopping moments during his boxing career, but they were all inside the ring.
He's currently recovering back home in Manchester after being shot five times at a training camp in Spain.
Doctors have told him he came within a whisker of bleeding to death.
The police believe it was a case of mistaken identity.
He's now returned to the gym for light duties and that's where David Chisnall caught up with him.
Amir Khan has launched his own charity to help deprived children across the world.
He was inspired by a recent trip to Gambia in West Africa where he spent time with some of the poorest people on the planet
Bolton boxer Amir Khan tells Daniel Hewitt he started his own charity foundation to get "hands on" and help people.
The Amir Khan foundation was set up by the boxer to help children in the UK and in the rest of the world.