Is boxing in need of a structural change after Fury vs Wilder draw?

Few sporting occasions leave the world at a standstill more than a top class, competitive boxing fight. Whether by the WWE-style smack talk or the intrigue posed by a pair of fighters seemingly inseparable, people are almost magnetically attracted. Although the build-up exclusively focuses on the winner — and all related sub-plots

Sports Gazette Quizmas

Streets and homes alike around the globe have inexplicably stocked up with floods of fluorescent lights and trees, leaving much of the public scratching their heads wondering how December has suddenly arrived. While many of us are indeed bemused, there is one certainty; some Christmas cheer is in order. And what better

From lightweight champion to war hero: Author Gene Pantalone tells the incredible story of Lew Jenkins

From the lightweight champion of the world to a recognised war hero, Lew Jenkins lived a life almost too unbelievable to be true. Despite his notoriety in the 1940s, Jenkins is now largely unheard of. However, his story — both in the ring and outside — is extraordinary. A tragedy if it were

“It’s a publicity stunt. I don’t think it’s fair to ask women to play against men” — Former world number one Linda Duffy discusses women’s inclusion in PDC World Championship

The movement towards gender equality in sport — consisting of equal opportunity, pay and the evaporation of existing stigma — is an ongoing process. It’s easy to state intention, but what are those in influential positions actually doing to promote this progression? December’s PDC World Championship will, for the first time, guarantee two

“Tottenham must play their own game”: Club legend Micky Hazard on Barcelona, Harry Kane & Wembley

Tottenham will once again hope to send shock waves around Europe by defeating another continental giant, this time in the shape of Barcelona. The fixture arrives in timely fashion for Spurs, who have recovered from three successive defeats that had the word ‘crisis’ reverberating around the tabloid headlines. Three wins