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Manny Pacquiao, who turns 39 in three weeks, lost his World Boxing Organization welterweight title to Australian former teacher Jeff Horn in July

Manny Pacquiao, who turns 39 in three weeks, lost his World Boxing Organization welterweight title to Australian former teacher Jeff Horn in July (AFP Photo/TED ALJIBE)

Manny Pacquiao, who turns 39 in three weeks, lost his World Boxing Organization welterweight title to Australian former teacher Jeff Horn in July

Boxing - Pacquiao calls out McGregor for #realboxingmatch

Manny Pacquiao (R) during his defeat to Jeff Horn in July (AFP Photo/PATRICK HAMILTON)

Manny Pacquiao Teases Boxing Match With Conor McGregor

?Manny Pacquiao teased UFC star Conor McGregor in an Instagram post about stepping into the boxing ring next year.

He wished McGregor a Happy Thanksgiving, telling him to stay fit with the hashtags #realboxingmatch and #2018.

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McGregor suffered a 10th-round defeat to Floyd Mayweather in August, and he hasn't fought since. The match was one of the most anticipated events of the summer and was viewed illegally by an estimated three million people.

Before the fight, ?Pacquiao said that McGregor had no chance in the Mayweather bout.

?Pacquiao famously fought and lost to Mayweather in 2015 and 4.6 million people paid to watch the fight.

Pacquiao? last fought in July, losing to Australian Jeff Horn.

Fury still looks far from fitness with hearing set for December

There is no guarantee Tyson Fury will receive a boxing licence even if he is cleared by UKAD, and he still looks some way off fitness.

Exclusive: West Ham ask for away Boxing Day fixture as local station too busy due to post-Christmas sales

West Ham requested that the Premier League give them an away fixture on Boxing Day because Stratford station could not cope with the combined effect of fans attending a game at the former Olympic Stadium and crowds for the post-Christmas sales at Westfield shopping centre. It is the latest disadvantage associated with West Ham’s move from Upton Park to the London Stadium last year and it is a problem that is likely to continue with Dec 26 a key trading day for Westfield Stratford.   This year the struggling club have been given an away fixture at Bournemouth’s Vitality Stadium. When they asked for the same provision last season, their first in the former Olympic Stadium, West Ham supporters were given a trip to Swansea City’s Liberty Stadium, 230 miles away from the club’s new home. The club have said that there will be Boxing Day home games at the London Stadium in the future. In a statement today a spokesman for West Ham said there was “categorically no agreement in place that means West Ham United have to play Boxing Day fixtures away from home.” In the past, the Westfield Stratford mall has opened at 8am on the Boxing Day bank holiday and although football fans arriving at the Stratford station are filtered around the shopping centre and across the bridge to the stadium it is not feasible to accommodate sale shoppers and fans. The Premier League has confirmed to Telegraph Sport that West Ham have requested special dispensation to play away on Boxing Day. A West Ham spokesman said: “It is not uncommon for emergency services or other stakeholders to make requests to the Premier League to avoid certain fixture dates, however these requests will not always be granted by the Premier League and we fully expect to play at London Stadium on Boxing Day in future seasons." David Moyes hasn't ignited the excitement in West Ham fans that those in charge might have hoped Credit: GETTY IMAGES Those requests are factored into the Premier League fixture generator software, which usually relates to planned shut-downs of transport networks or competing major events that would make a home fixture difficult. There are also separate agreements with different police forces including one that dictates the two Manchester clubs do not play at home on the same day. West Ham’s restriction on home games on Boxing Day is likely to further anger supporters who have criticised the poor planning behind the club’s move to their new stadium last year. At the start of this season they began with three consecutive away games, all of which ended in defeat, because the stadium needed time to be converted back to use for football after the athletics World Championships They began their first season in the new stadium with large numbers of fans having to be reassigned their seats because fights broke out between those wishing to stand and sing, and families whose view of the action was blocked. There was originally no police radio system installed in the stadium which meant that the Metropolitan Police would at first not station officers in the ground unless there was an emergency. West Ham are tenants in the former Olympic Stadium which is jointly owned by Newham Council and the London Legacy Development Organisation via the company E20 Stadium which is understood to be in financial difficulties.  

Exclusive: West Ham ask for away Boxing Day fixture as local station too busy due to post-Christmas sales

Exclusive: West Ham ask for away Boxing Day fixture as local station too busy due to post-Christmas sales

West Ham requested that the Premier League give them an away fixture on Boxing Day because Stratford station could not cope with the combined effect of fans attending a game at the former Olympic Stadium and crowds for the post-Christmas sales at Westfield shopping centre. It is the latest disadvantage associated with West Ham’s move from Upton Park to the London Stadium last year and it is a problem that is likely to continue with Dec 26 a key trading day for Westfield Stratford.   This year the struggling club have been given an away fixture at Bournemouth’s Vitality Stadium. When they asked for the same provision last season, their first in the former Olympic Stadium, West Ham supporters were given a trip to Swansea City’s Liberty Stadium, 230 miles away from the club’s new home. The club have said that there will be Boxing Day home games at the London Stadium in the future. In a statement today a spokesman for West Ham said there was “categorically no agreement in place that means West Ham United have to play Boxing Day fixtures away from home.” In the past, the Westfield Stratford mall has opened at 8am on the Boxing Day bank holiday and although football fans arriving at the Stratford station are filtered around the shopping centre and across the bridge to the stadium it is not feasible to accommodate sale shoppers and fans. The Premier League has confirmed to Telegraph Sport that West Ham have requested special dispensation to play away on Boxing Day. A West Ham spokesman said: “It is not uncommon for emergency services or other stakeholders to make requests to the Premier League to avoid certain fixture dates, however these requests will not always be granted by the Premier League and we fully expect to play at London Stadium on Boxing Day in future seasons." David Moyes hasn't ignited the excitement in West Ham fans that those in charge might have hoped Credit: GETTY IMAGES Those requests are factored into the Premier League fixture generator software, which usually relates to planned shut-downs of transport networks or competing major events that would make a home fixture difficult. There are also separate agreements with different police forces including one that dictates the two Manchester clubs do not play at home on the same day. West Ham’s restriction on home games on Boxing Day is likely to further anger supporters who have criticised the poor planning behind the club’s move to their new stadium last year. At the start of this season they began with three consecutive away games, all of which ended in defeat, because the stadium needed time to be converted back to use for football after the athletics World Championships They began their first season in the new stadium with large numbers of fans having to be reassigned their seats because fights broke out between those wishing to stand and sing, and families whose view of the action was blocked. There was originally no police radio system installed in the stadium which meant that the Metropolitan Police would at first not station officers in the ground unless there was an emergency. West Ham are tenants in the former Olympic Stadium which is jointly owned by Newham Council and the London Legacy Development Organisation via the company E20 Stadium which is understood to be in financial difficulties.  

Exclusive: West Ham ask for away Boxing Day fixture as local station too busy due to post-Christmas sales

El nocaut más rápido de la historia del boxeo

El púgil de 29 años, Tete, retuvo el cinturón de campeón de la Organización Mundial de Boxeo(OMB) con un solo gancho de derecha que le propinó a Goya en el round uno.

El nocaut más rápido de la historia del boxeo

El púgil de 29 años, Tete, retuvo el cinturón de campeón de la Organización Mundial de Boxeo(OMB) con un solo gancho de derecha que le propinó a Goya en el round uno.

El nocaut más rápido de la historia del boxeo

El púgil de 29 años, Tete, retuvo el cinturón de campeón de la Organización Mundial de Boxeo(OMB) con un solo gancho de derecha que le propinó a Goya en el round uno.

El nocaut más rápido de la historia del boxeo

El púgil de 29 años, Tete, retuvo el cinturón de campeón de la Organización Mundial de Boxeo(OMB) con un solo gancho de derecha que le propinó a Goya en el round uno.

CIUDAD DE MÉXICO Boxing/Boxeo-Golovkin

CIUDAD DE MÉXICO.- Boxing/Boxeo-Golovkin.- El boxeador kazajo Gennady Golovkin y Mauricio Sulaimán, presidente del Consejo Mundial de Boxeo (CMB), durante una vista a pacientes del Hospital Pediátrico Moctezuma, delegación Venustiano Carranza, el lunes 20 de noviembre de 2017, donde llevó aliento a pequeños. Foto: Agencia EL UNIVERSAL/Camila Mata/RCC

Joe Joyce & Ian Lewison Open Work-Outs

Boxing - Joe Joyce & Ian Lewison Open Work-Outs - Hayemaker Gym, London, Britain - October 17, 2017 David Haye during the media work outs Action Images/Peter Cziborra

FILE PHOTO: Joe Joyce vs Ian Lewison

FILE PHOTO: Boxing - Joe Joyce vs Ian Lewison - Indigo at The O2, London, Britain - October 20, 2017 David Haye before the fight Action Images/Andrew Couldridge

FILE PHOTO: Joe Joyce vs Ian Lewison

FILE PHOTO: Boxing - Joe Joyce vs Ian Lewison - Indigo at The O2, London, Britain - October 20, 2017 David Haye before the fight Action Images/Andrew Couldridge

Joe Joyce vs Ian Lewison

Boxing - Joe Joyce vs Ian Lewison - Indigo at The O2, London, Britain - October 20, 2017 David Haye before the fight Action Images/Andrew Couldridge

ARCHIVO - En imagen de archivo del 21 de agosto de 2016, el presidente de la AIBA, Ching-Kuo Wu, posa para las cámaras en compañía de réferis sobre el ring luego de las finales del boxeo de los Juegos Olímpicos 2016 enRío de Janeiro, Brasil. (AP Foto/Frank Franklin II, archivo)

The best of Showtime Boxing in 2017

It was a year of tremendous boxing action on Showtime. Let the Imagine Dragons take you through all of the best moments.

The best of Showtime Boxing in 2017

It was a year of tremendous boxing action on Showtime. Let the Imagine Dragons take you through all of the best moments.

The best of Showtime Boxing in 2017

It was a year of tremendous boxing action on Showtime. Let the Imagine Dragons take you through all of the best moments.

The best of Showtime Boxing in 2017

It was a year of tremendous boxing action on Showtime. Let the Imagine Dragons take you through all of the best moments.

Watch Zolani Tete make history with the fastest knockout ever in a world title boxing match

The bout was finished in just 11 seconds by one incredible punch.

Watch Zolani Tete make history with the fastest knockout ever in a world title boxing match

Carl Frampton v Horacio Garcia – SSE Arena Belfast

Watch Zolani Tete make history with the fastest knockout ever in a world title boxing match

The bout was finished in just 11 seconds by one incredible punch.

Watch Zolani Tete make history with the fastest knockout ever in a world title boxing match

The bout was finished in just 11 seconds by one incredible punch.

Rio Ferdinand Lifts the Lid on How Legendary Man Utd Personalities Were Treated by Sir Alex Ferguson

Rio Ferdinand has offered a unique insight into the Manchester United dressing room under legendary manager Sir Alex Ferguson. The ex-United centre-back spoke to Clare Balding on her new BT Sport show about his reason behind taking up a boxing career, and was naturally quizzed on his time as an Old Trafford player under the man dubbed 'Fergie'. Asked specifically about his teammates' relationship with Ferguson at the time, Ferdinand revealed who he had considered to be the Scot's favoured...

Rio Ferdinand Lifts the Lid on How Legendary Man Utd Personalities Were Treated by Sir Alex Ferguson

Rio Ferdinand has offered a unique insight into the Manchester United dressing room under legendary manager Sir Alex Ferguson. The ex-United centre-back spoke to Clare Balding on her new BT Sport show about his reason behind taking up a boxing career, and was naturally quizzed on his time as an Old Trafford player under the man dubbed 'Fergie'. Asked specifically about his teammates' relationship with Ferguson at the time, Ferdinand revealed who he had considered to be the Scot's favoured...

Rio Ferdinand Lifts the Lid on How Legendary Man Utd Personalities Were Treated by Sir Alex Ferguson

Rio Ferdinand has offered a unique insight into the Manchester United dressing room under legendary manager Sir Alex Ferguson. The ex-United centre-back spoke to Clare Balding on her new BT Sport show about his reason behind taking up a boxing career, and was naturally quizzed on his time as an Old Trafford player under the man dubbed 'Fergie'. Asked specifically about his teammates' relationship with Ferguson at the time, Ferdinand revealed who he had considered to be the Scot's favoured...

Colombia se agiganta y los dominicanos brillan antes del inicio de las pesas

Una inolvidable jornada en la que ganó 19 medallas de oro de las 35 que había en juego tuvo este viernes Colombia, líder incontestable de los VXIII Juegos Bolivarianos, en tanto que República Dominicana brilló con sus triunfos en boxeo y bolos. Venezuela, que a mitad del día había logrado cuatro preseas doradas, en la segunda mitad solamente pudo ganar dos y cada vez mira más lejos a la delegación anfitriona en el medallero pues pierde por 46 oros.

Colombia se agiganta y los dominicanos brillan antes del inicio de las pesas

Una inolvidable jornada en la que ganó 19 medallas de oro de las 35 que había en juego tuvo este viernes Colombia, líder incontestable de los VXIII Juegos Bolivarianos, en tanto que República Dominicana brilló con sus triunfos en boxeo y bolos. Venezuela, que a mitad del día había logrado cuatro preseas doradas, en la segunda mitad solamente pudo ganar dos y cada vez mira más lejos a la delegación anfitriona en el medallero pues pierde por 46 oros.

Colombia se agiganta y los dominicanos brillan antes del inicio de las pesas

Una inolvidable jornada en la que ganó 19 medallas de oro de las 35 que había en juego tuvo este viernes Colombia, líder incontestable de los VXIII Juegos Bolivarianos, en tanto que República Dominicana brilló con sus triunfos en boxeo y bolos. Venezuela, que a mitad del día había logrado cuatro preseas doradas, en la segunda mitad solamente pudo ganar dos y cada vez mira más lejos a la delegación anfitriona en el medallero pues pierde por 46 oros.

Colombia se agiganta y los dominicanos brillan antes del inicio de las pesas

Una inolvidable jornada en la que ganó 19 medallas de oro de las 35 que había en juego tuvo este viernes Colombia, líder incontestable de los VXIII Juegos Bolivarianos, en tanto que República Dominicana brilló con sus triunfos en boxeo y bolos. Venezuela, que a mitad del día había logrado cuatro preseas doradas, en la segunda mitad solamente pudo ganar dos y cada vez mira más lejos a la delegación anfitriona en el medallero pues pierde por 46 oros.

Los integrantes del equipo de boxeo de Colombia posan al finalizar las competencias de boxeo, este viernes 17 de noviembre, en los XVIII Juegos Bolivarianos que se realizan en Santa Marta (Colombia). EFE

SM140. SANTA MARTA (COLOMBIA), 17/11/2017.- Los integrantes del equipo de boxeo de Colombia posan al finalizar las competencias de boxeo hoy, viernes 17 de noviembre de 2017, en los XVIII Juegos Bolivarianos que se realizan en Santa Marta (Colombia). EFE/MAURICIO DUEÑAS CASTAÑEDA

SM139. SANTA MARTA (COLOMBIA), 17/11/2017.- La colombiana Jessica Sinisterra (d) celebra al vencer a la ecuatoriana Erika Pachito en la final de la competencia de boxeo 75 kg hoy, viernes 17 de noviembre de 2017, en los XVIII Juegos Bolivarianos que se realizan en Santa Marta (Colombia). EFE/MAURICIO DUEÑAS CASTAÑEDA

SM138. SANTA MARTA (COLOMBIA), 17/11/2017.- La colombiana Jessica Sinisterra (c) celebra al vencer a la ecuatoriana Erika Pachito en la final de la competencia de boxeo 75 kg hoy, viernes 17 de noviembre de 2017, en los XVIII Juegos Bolivarianos que se realizan en Santa Marta (Colombia). EFE/MAURICIO DUEÑAS CASTAÑEDA

SM137. SANTA MARTA (COLOMBIA), 17/11/2017.- La colombiana Jessica Sinisterra (i) pelea con la ecuatoriana Erika Pachito en la final de la competencia de boxeo 75 kg hoy, viernes 17 de noviembre de 2017, en los XVIII Juegos Bolivarianos que se realizan en Santa Marta (Colombia). EFE/MAURICIO DUEÑAS CASTAÑEDA

SM135. SANTA MARTA (COLOMBIA), 17/11/2017.- La colombiana Jessica Sinisterra (i) pelea con la ecuatoriana Erika Pachito en la final de la competencia de boxeo 75 kg hoy, viernes 17 de noviembre de 2017, en los XVIII Juegos Bolivarianos que se realizan en Santa Marta (Colombia). EFE/MAURICIO DUEÑAS CASTAÑEDA