Boxing

Salita to take on Camacho Jr

By Danny Caro, January 3, 2013

Dmitriy Salita will be looking to close in on a second world title bout when he takes on seasoned campaigner Hector Camacho Jr in New York on February 9.

Speaking ahead of the fight, which will take place at Barclays Centre in Brooklyn, Salita said: "I want good, significant fights. Camacho is a talented fighter and I expect for him to come prepared."

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Ahrens claims second pro win

By Barry Toberman, November 29, 2012

Israeli prospect Danny “Kid” Ahrens impressed a predominantly Jewish crowd with an accomplished second professional win in central London on Monday.

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Salita: Saturday night alright for fighting

By Mike Sinclair, October 26, 2012

Dmitriy Salita overcame third-choice opponent Brandon Hoskins at the Barclay Center in Brooklyn to take another step towards a second world-title challenge.

Hoskins, from Missouri, gave Salita a useful test over six rounds before the Jewish welterweight prevailed by scores of 60-54 and 59-55 twice.

Hoskins, beaten for only the third time in 20 fights, was brought in at short notice.

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Salita beats Hoskins

By Mike Sinclair, October 22, 2012

Dmitriy Salita overcame third-choice opponent Brandon Hoskins at the Barclay Center in Brooklyn on Saturday to take another step towards a second world-title challenge.

Hoskins, from Missouri, gave Salita a useful test over six rounds before the Jewish welterweight prevailed by scores of 60-54 and 59-55 twice.

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Danny proves he’s ready to shine

By James Masters, October 15, 2012

Daniel Aharanov made an explosive start to his professional boxing career after claiming an impressive debut victory against light-middleweight opponent Kevin McCauley.

The 19-year-old from Bat Yam recorded a 40-37 points victory at Camden Town Hall as he underlined his credentials with an action-packed showing.

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Salita ready to impress

By Mike Sinclair, October 4, 2012

Dmitriy Salita says he will show his world title credentials when he takes on Vivian Harris as he attempts to close in on a second world title shot.

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How to Eat Well: Intolerances put to the test

By Ian Marber, August 30, 2012

Few things divide the nutrition professionals as much as the subject of food intolerances. Over the last decade I have heard of innumerable therapists all too glad to “diagnose” their clients with some food intolerance that is causing any number of symptoms.

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‘I want to show Jewish boys can fight,’ says Aharonov

By Barry Toberman, July 19, 2012

Dan Aharonov’s mother is not the most enthusiastic advocate of his boxing career ‑— and understandably so given that she works as a nurse. But it’s Aharonov’s opponents who have been in greater need of medical attention as he compiled an amateur record of 175 wins in 200 fights, 100 by stoppages.

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Chisora should be suspended, says Waterman

By Danny Caro, February 23, 2012

Robert Waterman believes that Dereck Chisora should be banned following his brawl with David Haye in Munich.

Waterman, the UK's leading Jewish boxing promoter, pointed the finger of blame at Haye, whom he once promoted, following the altercation that followed Chisora's defeat in the world title bout against Vitali Klitschko.

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When a Cohen was the world champion boxer

By Marcus Dysch, February 16, 2012

Growing up in Algeria in the 1930s, Robert Cohen was teased for his diminutive stature and labelled "Gambuch" – short legs.

Little could he, or the playground bullies, have known that those jibes would inspire him to take the first steps in a boxing career that would lead the 5ft 2in tall, religious Jewish boy to become a champion.

At the age of 23, in front of a crowd of 70,000 which incl

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