Flintoff to try professional boxing
Former cricketer plans to try his hand at boxing
BOXING: FORMER England cricketer Andrew Flintoff has announced his intention to become a professional boxer and make his debut in Manchester in November. The 34-year-old Flintoff is planning to fight in a heavyweight bout at the city’s MEN Arena on November 30, although he must first be granted a licence by the British Boxing Board of Control. Flintoff said: “This is an amazing opportunity to try a sport that I love.”
MOTOR RACING: All eyes will be on Lewis Hamilton when he walks into the Monza paddock today as speculation intensifies regarding his future after Eddie Jordan threw the cat among the pigeons yesterday, claiming: “Hamilton and Mercedes have already agreed personal terms and a deal could be imminent.”
GRIDIRON: The Dallas Cowboys spoiled an opening night celebration of the New York Giants’ Super Bowl victory by
beating the home team 24-17.
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