Giggs disqualified!

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Manchester United footballer Ryan Giggs has been around longer than the Premier League and is the only player to have played in it and scored every season (so far). He has won just about every club honour up for grabs but where does he rank alongside the greatest United legends?   Ryan Joseph Giggs … Continue reading

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The Multidimensional Speed Thinker!

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The Racing Horse are great friends and supporters of Team Cleverly. We checked in on them to monitor the preparations for 17th August 2013 WBO Light-heavyweight title fight at the Motorpoint Arena in Cardiff. Nathan Cleverly (26) makes his sixth defence against the unbeaten Russian but Florida based Sergey Kovalev (30) and it is a … Continue reading

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Jam tomorrow!

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Progress hindered The WBO Light-heavyweight champion Nathan Cleverly is now unbeaten in 26 contests and at the crossroads of his career. He cannot achieve anymore boxing against Europeans or those from the Eastern block or the Commonwealth, he should now be dining on the top table! For this fabulous boxer to realise his potential … Continue reading

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Chris Jenkins en route!

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Boxing has a rich heritage in South Wales and a breeding ground for boxing champions and this golden conveyor belt is about to produce another. Chris Jenkins (24), who hails from Maes Yr Hendre in Garnant under the guidance of trainer Ronnie Morris, is climbing the light-welterweight rankings in a manner most thrilling! Has … Continue reading

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Hard yards comes before the glory!

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Despite treacherous driving conditions through very deep snow we were committed to travelling deep into the heart of the Rhymny Valley to Gelligaer which lies 6 miles north west of Caerphilly. Accompanied by the legendary Welsh boxing trainer Jimmy Bromfield (pictured right) and Sports Therapist Jo Bromfield it was some trek. Once there we visited … Continue reading

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Supreme Performance from Cleverly

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The Racing Horse pleaded with the Welsh public to wake up and appreciate a talent in their midst! We had lamented the indifference the principality had shown to one of their sons – now hopefully things are about to change! . The live US televison audience saw Nathan Cleverly retain his WBO world title tonight with an eighth … Continue reading

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Shame on Wales!

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Wales has a population of just three million people yet historically have always been a sporting nation that punch above their weight. Normally those from the principality worship their heroes before delivering them into folklore but on this occasion the Welsh public have fallen seriously short! . Shame on the Welsh public Being an adopted Welshman … Continue reading

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Was Muhammad Ali the GREATEST? The Answer (by Jeff Burns)

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The following article is a dedicated contribution from Jeff Burns. Ali’s professional boxing career spanned three decades Ali’s professional boxing career had spanned over three decades beginning in October 1960 and ending in December 1981. He was 18 years old when he made his debut and just a month short of his 40th birthday … Continue reading

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Was Muhammad Ali the Greatest? Part 5 (by Jeff Burns)

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The following article is a dedicated contribution from Jeff Burns. Son of Africa Both the champion and his challenger arrived in Kinshasa some three or four weeks before the duel, under promoter Don King’s instructions to promote the fight which was to be relayed ‘live’ all around the world by satellite. Ali made the … Continue reading

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Was Muhammad Ali the greatest? Part 4 (by Jeff Burns)

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The following article is a dedicated contribution from Jeff Burns. Ali determined for a rematch with champion Joe Frazier Muhammad Ali was determined to earn himself a return clash with champion Joe Frazier in an attempt to regain the title he had won from Sonny Liston back in 1964. He began his new campaign … Continue reading

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