Boxing

Milch preparing for toughest challenge yet

By Danny Caro, February 23, 2015

Tony Milch is relishing the prospect of his first six-round fight ahead of his outing of the year.

Milch, 33, ended 2014 in style, beating Zoltan Turai of Hungary on points for his sixth professional win.

The light-middleweight will fight an unnamed opponent on a 10-bout bill at the the Camden Centre in Kings Cross on March 7 – his first Saturday night fight.

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Milch marches on

By Danny Caro, December 4, 2014

Tony Milch believes he is ready for an area title shot after registering his sixth professional victory.

He was leading Zoltan Turai of Hungary on points before a fourth-round clash of heads led to the referee halting the fight at the Camden Centre in Kings Cross.

Up against a stocky opponent who had won four of his six fights by KO, Milch took the fight to Turai, attacking him from the firs

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I'm ready for title shot, says Milch

By Danny Caro, December 2, 2014

Tony Milch believes he is ready for an area title shot after registering his sixth professional victory.

Milch was leading Zoltan Turai of Hungary on points before a fourth-round clash of heads led to the referee halting the fight at the Camden Centre in Kings Cross.

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Milch notches up fifth pro win

By Danny Caro, November 3, 2014

Tony Milch insists age is no barrier after registering a points victory over Teodor Stefanov in his fifth pro bout.

Milch, 33, dictated a largely scrappy four-round encounter against the Bulgarian in a bout at a boxing dinner event at the Park Lane Hotel.

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Salita on the comeback trail, again

By Mike Sinclair, August 29, 2014

Dmitriy Salita is considering fighting again despite turning down a lucrative offer to step back into the ring this weekend.

The 32-year-old welterweight has been contemplating his fighting future since his hopes of securing a second world title challenge were wrecked when he suffered a points defeat against Gabriel Bracero last November.

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Foreman retires after dispute

By Mike Sinclair, May 23, 2014

Yuri Foreman has announced his retirement from the sport following a fall-out with his manager.

The first Israeli national to win a world boxing title, Foreman, 33, had won four comeback fights after knee surgery which followed the loss of his WBA light-middleweight belt.

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Now she's feeding the whole family

By Victoria Prever, May 1, 2014

Can you name the four best-selling cookery book authors in the UK?

The top three come as no surprise: Jamie, Nigella and Delia — so familiar we’ve dropped their surnames.

Number four may be more of a revelation. It is Annabel Karmel, queen of baby purées and toddler snacks.

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Inury woe for Ahrens

By Barry Toberman, March 7, 2014

The boxing career of Danny “Kid” Ahrens hangs in the balance after just five professional fights because of a hand injury.

The unbeaten London-based Israeli light-middleweight sustained the injury in his fourth pro contest and the problem recurred in his most recent fight. He was seeing a specialist in Israel this week in the latest attempt to find a cure.

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A big coup for Salita

By Mike Sinclair, December 20, 2013

While Dmitriy Salita considers his own fighting future after suffering the second defeat of his career last month, he says he is excited about his new promotional signing after inking a deal with World Amateur middleweight champion Ievgen Khytrov.

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Ellie’s on course for win double

By Danny Caro, November 22, 2013

Not everyone likes the phrase ‘golden generation,’ just ask some of the leading lights from the England national football team. Overhyped and overpaid is how some would describe them. Perennial under-achievers in the eyes of many.

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