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Trainer Graham Everett says he will not hesitate to throw young prospect Liam Goddard into a title fight if the offer came along.

Norwich’s Liam Goddard enhanced his burgeoning reputation with his third straight win as a pro on Friday night.

If ever there was evidence of the value of local boxing shows it will be scattered around the audience at Norwich’s Airport Holiday Inn on Friday night.

Deputy head of sport Mark Armstrong explains his sense of relief that Anthony Ogogo has announced his retirement from professional boxing

Anthony Ogogo has announced his retirement from professional boxing due to an eye injury.

Liam Walsh looks set to end his boxing exile after signing for management company MTK Global.

Joe Steed teed up a great night for boxing fans in the Fens with victory number five of his fledgeling career.

Graham Everett will have his hands full when one of his rising stars steps into the ring in Peterborough on Saturday night - but might be tempted to get a sneak look at the top of the bill.

When Anthony Ogogo takes to the ring on Saturday night, he’ll be in familiar surroundings at the leisure centre where his boxing career properly took off.

Norwich-based Joe Steed is hoping to shine on national TV – and help return some boxing glory to the fens.

Norwich cruiserweight Henry Hide maintained his composure to score his second win as an amateur – over the same opponent.

A teenager from a Norfolk boxing gym has won gold at a national championship.

Henry Hide is following in the steps of his famous boxing father Herbie - CHRIS LAKEY spoke to them about the past, the present and the future

Exciting Norwich prospect Liam Goddard has been tipped for the top.

Head of sport Chris Lakey takes a look back at some of the highlights and near-misses of 2018

Ryan Walsh may have played Father Christmas to the Norfolk boxing brothers’ 15 children, but he has some wishes of his own after defending his British featherweight title for the fifth time.

Ryan Walsh made the fifth successful defence of his British featherweight belt with a comprehensive victory over Reece Bellotti.

Ryan Walsh is reluctant to look beyond his weekend clash with Reece Bellotti – but admits a cross-border battle against Jordan Gill is a ‘no-brainer’ if he retains his British featherweight title.

Ryan Walsh is a boxing ‘thinker’ – and his thoughts on his next opponent couldn’t be more different from what he thinks about his last one.

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