Hundreds of mourners gathered in Sheffield to bid a final farewell to legendary boxing coach Brendan Ingle at his funeral today.
The 77-year-old died at the Royal Hallamshire Hospital last month after a short illness.
Ingle first came to Yorkshire as a teenager and coached many notable young fighters to the top levels of boxing, including Naseem Hamed, Herol Graham, and Kell Brook.
Former professional boxer Johnny Nelson, who famously trained with Ingle, said: "People are coming to show their respects, and that is what's most important.
He added: "I don't think Brendan realised what an effect he had on people around the world. I know there's people coming from all over the country to come to the funeral. For me it's about celebrating his life. He was a good man."
The funeral procession set off from Ingle's gym in Wincobank at 1pm and made it's way through the city to the service at Sheffield Cathedral.