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Dave Allen tucks into a KFC after getting all-clear from hospital following brutal defeat to David Price

Dave Allen tucks into a KFC after getting all-clear from hospital following brutal defeat to David Price

DAVE ALLEN comforted himself with fried chicken after dodging serious injury in his battering heavyweight defeat to David Price on Saturday night. The ‘Doncaster De Le Hoya’ required urgent treatment in the ring and left on a stretcher while wearing an oxygen mask . Allen puts on a brave face in KFC Having given a brave display in the ten round beating,

Dillian Whyte reveals motivation behind Oscar Rivas victory: 'I'm always written off - even my promoter said I'd get knocked out'

Dillian Whyte reveals motivation behind Oscar Rivas victory: 'I'm always written off - even my promoter said I'd get knocked out'

D illian Whyte revealed his inspiration behind victory over Oscar Rivas last night to become mandatory challenger to the WBC heavyweight belt currently held by Deontay Wilder - to prove his promoter Eddie Hearn wrong. "I'm always being written off and even my own promoter said I would get knocked out by Rivas," said Whyte who took an unanimous decision

The Open 2019: Glory awaits Shane Lowry after history-making penultimate round

The Open 2019: Glory awaits Shane Lowry after history-making penultimate round

Ireland's Shane Lowry has produced a week of near-impeccable golf at The Open in Portrush and stands one solid round away from a remarkable title. The fans chanted Lowry's name as he registered a course record score of 63 in Saturday's penultimate round to put himself in pole position for the famous Claret Jug, four shots clear of closest rival Tommy

Swimming: Titmus stuns Ledecky to win 400 freestyle world title

Swimming: Titmus stuns Ledecky to win 400 freestyle world title

GWANGJU, South Korea (Reuters) - Australian teen Ariarne Titmus shocked Olympic champion Katie Ledecky to win the 400 meters freestyle title at the world championships in Gwangju on Sunday. The 18-year-old came home in a time of 3:58.76 ahead of Ledecky (3:59.97), who had been gunning for a fourth straight world crown in the event, with Leah Smith