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James DeGale climbed off the canvas in the final round to claim a majority draw against Badou Jack in their world super-middleweight unification title fight at the Barclays Center in New York.
IBF champion DeGale knocked down Jack in the opening round but the WBC titlist grew into the bout and finished the stronger of the two, flooring the Londoner, who got to his feet to hear the final bell.
The final knockdown proved decisive as DeGale was given the nod 114-112 on one of the judges' cards but the other two scored the contest 113-113, with both fighters keeping their titles after a thrilling night in Brooklyn.
DeGale's record now stands at 23 wins, one draw and one defeat from his 25 professional contests, and he revealed afterwards that the bout had taken its toll.
The 30-year-old told Sky Sports 1:
He busted my ear drum and I lost my teeth. I thought I'd done enough but it was the knockdown.
I've had 25 fights, I'm going to get better, I want the rematch! I'm glad I'm still the champ and I'm coming home with the title but I'm so upset that I didn't come with the WBC belt.
The main thing is I didn't lose, I'm still the champ and I can move forward.
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Chelsea Football Club have been granted permission to build a new stadium which will seat sixty thousand.
The club's application to demolish and rebuild Stamford Bridge was approved by Hammersmith and Fulham Council last night.
Club owner Roman Abramovich will fund the five-hundred million pound project.