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Joseph Parker's handlers Duco have signed a major co-promotion agreement with Bob Arum and his promotion company Top Rank.
Wellington Phoenix are looking to name a new coach before Christmas in hope they can build toward the playoffs....
Boxing commentator and analyst Mike Angove breaks down the keys to victory for Joseph Parker and Andy Ruiz in their historic WBO World Heavyweight title clash....
Colin Batch has quit his role as Men's Black Sticks coach and will take up a coaching role at Australian hockey according to good friend Ernie Merrick.
Former Phoenix head coach Ernie Merrick admits that although his decision to step down was a difficult one, it was one which had been made much earlier in the side's lacklustre 2016 campaign.
Gifted back Jordie Barrett is returning home to play his domestic rugby, agreeing to a two-season NPC deal with Taranaki.
Superstar Melbourne fullback Billy Slater says there's no guarantee he will play next year with his shoulder still not back to full strength.
Steven Adams has bounced back from injury to record a double-double in Oklahoma City Thunder's 102-99 win over the Atlanta Hawks.
Livewire Hurricanes prop Loni Uhila will play for French club Clermont following next year's Super Rugby championship.
Kangaroos coach Mal Meninga says Newcastle will reap long-term benefits if NRL prodigy Kalyn Ponga sees out his North Queensland contract in 2017.
Phoenix players have remained tight-lipped as they arrived back in Wellington amid the sudden resignation of head coach Ernie Merrick.
Former FIFA boss Sepp Blatter is "disappointed but not shattered" following his failed appeal against a six-year ban that was imposed amid the biggest corruption scandal to shake the world soccer body.
Scott McLaughlin's has won the Barry Sheene Medal for best and fairest driver for the second time, while newly crowned champion Shane Van Gisbergen has scooped the 'Driver's Driver' award.
Sergio Aguero has been slapped with a four-match ban for violent conduct following his dismissal during Manchester City's loss to Chelsea.
Eddie Jones believes there could be 10 to 15 England players in the British and Irish Lions' squad for next year's tour to New Zealand.
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