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Brighton boxer Chris Eubank Junior is world champion

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Chris Eubank Junior is a world champion and he celebrated his win on Saturday night by calling on James DeGale or Billy Joe Saunders to fight him next.

The 27 year old won the IBO super-middleweight title after stopping Australian Renold Quinlan in the tenth round.

The Brighton boxer says he want to be back in action in April and is keen on an all-British bout.

DeGale holds the IBF super-middleweight belt, while Saunders is the only fighter to have beaten Eubank Junior in his 25 professional fights.

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Young women striking a blow for equality

Two young women from Southampton are striking a blow for equality in one of the last male dominated sports - boxing.

Although women's boxing has been an Olympic sport now for two Games - with Britain's Nicola Adams twice bringing home gold - they believe it doesn't get recognition it deserves.

They've enlisted the help of Fixers, the campaign that gives young people a voice, to encourage girls down to the gym.

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Fixers want more coverage of disabled sports

A young disabled athlete from Southend-on-Sea is campaigning for year-round media coverage of disabled sports - because he's fed up with the current peaks and troughs around events like the Paralympics.

James Ireland wants disabled sports to be taken more seriously. He's enlisted the help of Fixers, the campaign that gives young people a voice, to make his point.

Find out more about FIxershere.

Cancer United - patients fight back with first gym of its kind in UK

'Rest is best' used to be the mantra for patients battling cancer.

Now a charity, born from a garage in Sussex, is challenging that with a gym and fitness classes designed specifically for those suffering from the disease.

Andy Dickenson reports and speaks to CU Fitness users Stephen Kingley and Gillian Redman, as well as Cancer United founder Jan Sheward and trainer Dwayne Clevett.

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