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Sam Sexton lands the punch which ended Harry Miles' night in the Norwich fighter's last outing, in July. 
Photo: Jerry Daws/Stillfocused.co.uk

Norwich boxer Sam Sexton looks set to face a new opponent for the British heavyweight title.

Zaiphan Morris in action at The Halls. Photo : Steve Adams

Zaiphan Morris will cap a remarkable two years by topping the bill in front of his own fans.

Members and coaches at Thetford Boxing Club at its premises in Brunel Way. Picture by Stuart Clay.

A new sports club which has welcomed more than 100 members since opening two months ago is appealing for sponsorship.

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A long run around the streets of Norwich and some motivational words from former British champion Jon Thaxton will be the pick-me-up for Nathan Dale as he plots his path following his first career defeat.

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Nathan Dale’s dreams of an English title fight have been put on hold after he suffered the first defeat of his pro career.

Philip Bowes, left, and Nathan Dale at the weigh-in at The Halls in Norwich. Photo: Chris Lakey

Nathan Dale has spent every second of the past few weeks thinking about Philip Bowes – tonight he wants the Londoner to be nothing more than a memory.

Anthony Ogogo posted a picture on Twitter after surgery to repair a broken eye socket.

Lowestoft boxer Anthony Ogogo has had surgery to repair a broken eye socket as he starts his road to recovery.

Former Norwich City player Leon McKenzie.

Former Norwich City star Leon McKenzie may quit boxing after suffering the first loss of his career.

A press conference is held in Norwich ahead of the Nathan Dale v Philip Bowes fight. Mervyn Turner (pink tie) heads the conference with Nathan (left) and Philip (right). Photo: Sonya Duncan

Norwich’s own Nathan Dale will put his unblemished record on the line and step into the ring against Phillip Bowes in an English Title eliminator at The Halls in Norwich - and you can watch it on Mustard TV.

Zaiphan Morris has a title incentive - but he needs to win his next fight first. Photo: Steve Adams

Norwich boxer Zaiphan Morris says he will thrive on the pressure of being offered “a juicy” carrot ahead of his next fight.

Nathan Dale, left, with Philip Bowes and promoter Mervyn Turner. Photo: Sonya Duncan

Norwich boxer Nathan Dale has vowed to deliver the goods on the biggest night of his professional career later this month.

Nathan Dale will be hoping to raise his arms in victory again later this month. Picture: Jerry Daws/Stillfocused.co.uk

Trainer Graham Everett believes his next prospective title winner is a shining example to budding young boxers in Norwich.

Anthony Ogogo (left) and Craig Cunningham during the vacant WBC International Middleweight Championship bout at the Barclaycard Arena, Birmingham. PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo. Picture date: Saturday October 22, 2016. See PA story BOXING Birmingham. Photo credit should read: Nick Potts/PA Wire

Anthony Ogogo faces a long spell on the sidelines after it was revealed he sustained a broken eye socket BEFORE the first professional defeat of his career at the weekend.

Craig Cunningham celebrates his victory over Anthony Ogogo during the vacant WBC International Middleweight Championship bout at the Barclaycard Arena, Birmingham. PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo. Picture date: Saturday October 22, 2016. See PA story BOXING Birmingham. Photo credit should read: Nick Potts/PA Wire

Anthony Ogogo will take some time in assessing his next move after tasting defeat for the first time as a professional against Craig Cunningham in Birmingham.

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Nathan Dale in action. Photo:  Jerry Daws/Stillfocused.co.uk.

Norwich’s Nathan Dale will take another step towards joining his illustrious stable-mates after being given a chance at an English title.

Anthony Ogogo celebrates beating Gary Cooper in their Middleweight contest at the SSE Hydro, Glasgow. PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo. Picture date: Saturday May 28, 2016. See PA story BOXING Glasgow. Photo credit should read: Danny Lawson/PA Wire

Anthony Ogogo will finally get his wish of fighting in Norfolk later this year – as long as he can win his first belt in Birmingham on Saturday.

Ryan Walsh (right) v Dennis Ceylan. Picture: Photo Wende

Cromer’s Ryan Walsh was unable to add the European featherweight title to his British belt after losing in Denmark on Saturday night.

From left, Michael Walsh, Liam Walsh and Ryan Walsh. Picture: Philip Sharkey/TGS Photo

Leading promoter Frank Warren has praised twins Liam and Ryan Walsh for their “incredible knowledge” of boxing.

Ryan Walsh takes a break from training. Photo: SONYA DUNCAN

Ryan Walsh aims to complete what would be a remarkable dream double for Norfolk boxing this weekend.

Liam Walsh on his way to victory over Andrey Klimov.

Liam Walsh earned himself a shot at the IBF world super-featherweight crown with a masterful victory over Russian Andrey Klimov.

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