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June 19 2013 Latest news:
Henry Cooper and Cassius Clay would meet again in a rematch in 1966. But in the immediate aftermath of their first meeting at Wembley Stadium, 50 years ago today, their fortunes would dramatically diverge. His victory over the Londoner earned Clay - later to become Muhammad Ali - a straight shot at reigning world heavyweight champion Sonny Liston, while Cooper was forced to rebuild on the domestic scene.
World light-heavyweight champion Nathan Cleverly has slammed Carl Froch’s “arrogance” after the 35-year-old turned down a chance to fight him.
Today marks the 50th anniversary of Henry Cooper’s famous first fight with Cassius Clay - later to become Muhammad Ali - at Wembley Stadium on June 18, 1963. Here is what both fighters, trainers and commentators said before during and after the fight.
Today marks the 50th anniversary of Henry Cooper’s famous first fight with Cassius Clay - later to become Muhammad Ali - at Wembley Stadium on June 18, 1963.
VIDEO: Today marks the 50th anniversary of the legendary first fight between London heavyweight boxing hero Henry Cooper and American Cassius Clay, who would go on to rename himself Muhammad Ali and take his place as one of sports most iconic figures - but not before “Enry’s ‘Ammer” had floored the great man. Here London24 looks back at the report from that night at Wembley Stadium in 1963...
Keith Williams, president of the Amateur Boxing Association of England, has been awarded an MBE in the Queen’s Birthday Honours for services to amateur boxing.
Television presenter Clare Balding is among a number of Londoners and other individuals connected to sport in the capital that have been named in today’s Queen’s Birthday Honours list.
Olympic champion Nicola Adams has fired a warning to her prospective flyweight rivals as she prepares to return to the ring for the first time since her historic London 2012 triumph in Hungary next month.
Promoter Eddie Hearn has confirmed negotiations for a fight between Bermondsey’s David Haye and Tyson Fury are close to completion.
Champion O’Sullivan’s warning for Billy Joe
Frank Warren has branded former charge Kevin Mitchell “ungrateful” and warned rivals Matchroom not to promote his next fight as planned.
Billy Joe Saunders claims he will “punish” challenger John Ryder when the two fight for his British middleweight title in London in autumn.
David Haye has confirmed what heavyweight rival Tyson Fury said at the weekend by admitting he would be happy to sort a bout between the two.
The Copper Box arena, home of the London 2012 Olympic handball competition, is to host top-flight boxing matches.
Tyson Fury claims a heavyweight showdown with David Haye is “99 per cent done”, with negotiations between the two fighters’ promoters set to take place next week.
James DeGale tried to serve notice of his intentions to chase down Carl Froch as he beat Croatian Stjepan Bozic at Bluewater last night but in the meantime is eyeing a rematch and WBC title eliminator with George Groves at QPR Football Club’s Loftus Road stadium.
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