Brixton

12 Dec 18
Lashes to Lullabies

This was one of my fave gift guides to put together…mainly because it’s all stuff I already love or want for myself! It’s a great list with varying price points for that glam gal in your life…or if you’re the glam gal – go ahead and forward to your gift-giving friends/family now! Either way, there’s […]

12 Dec 18
The Sun
DILLIAN WHYTE cannot wait for another Dereck Chisora payday — a decade after bashing him up for free. The British heavyweights slugged out a fight-of-the-year contender in 2016, with Brixton ‘Body Snatcher’ Whyte winning on a controversial split decision. Dillian Whyte remembers with relish his first encounter with British heavyweight rival Dereck Chisora a decade ago But it was way back in 2008 that the two big men first met when Jamaica-born Whyte facing Chisora in rough, tough, unpaid sparring sessions. Looking back at his initial encounter with 34-year-old Chisora, Whyte said: “I came off the street and was just excited about getting to punch someone in the face. “A few times I sparred him for free . . . I didn’t care about the money, I just loved it. “I was sparring one of the big dogs and bashing him up. [bc_video video_id=”5975917586001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Boxer Dillian Whyte was left completely confused by Derek Chisora’s prediction for their rematch “] “I’d turn up to the gym early and just be there, waiting. “It was something I thought I was decent at and I enjoyed, it’s how I have always been. “I was nobody. I showed up to sparring in a vest and holiday shorts, I didn’t even have boxing shoes. “It just shows you don’t need fancy equipment or experience, you’re either a good fighter or you’re not.” Brixton Body Snatcher Dillian Whyte believes he still has the edge on Dereck Chisora – ten years after their first encounter Whyte, 30, is now ranked No 1 with the WBC and WBO and a convincing win in nine days could bag him a mega-money Wembley rematch with old enemy Anthony Joshua on April 13. Before their last clash, Chisora hurled a table at his former training partner and was whacked with a £30,000 fine from the British Boxing Board of Control. Dillian Whyte won a contentious verdict vs Brit rival Dereck Chisora two years ago In a head-to-head TV meeting, a glass was hurled across the room and the pair had to be separated by security. “After their 12-round Manchester war there was a brief hug and some mutual respect. But Whyte insists wily veteran Chisora has always been trying to intimidate him and admitted he used to get revenge with sucker punches after the bell. He said: “Dereck’s a funny guy, I think he saw me as competition from even back then. [bc_video video_id=”5856421088001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Dillian Whyte and Derek Chisora face off at press conference and Whyte has a go at Chisora’s shoes “] “I’d have been around 19 or 20 and he was in his prime so, when he tries to intimidate me now, I tell him to relax. “That sparring was before I had any fights, I was just some street punk. Sometimes I went after him after the bell rang because I was in fight mode.” Since their first professional clash, Chisora has added ex-world champ and 2012 foe David Haye to his corner. The move shocked British boxing fans as the pair shared a vicious rivalry before Haye KO’d Chisora at West Ham’s old Upton Park ground. [article-rail-section title=”most read in boxing” posts_category=”331″ posts_number=”6″ query_type=”recent” /] Whyte insists the deal is a financial disaster for wheeler-dealer Chisora — formerly known as Delboy — who had the rematch secured before the Hayemaker even came on board as manager. He added: “David Haye is all about himself but I respect him. He’s a smart businessman, he thought ‘Wow I’m going to make 25 per cent, that’s easy money’. “It’s the definition of easy money — Chisora had a deal in place, signed with David then got a worse deal and still has to pay David his 25 per cent. “Dereck is the true definition of a donkey, he’s a jackass, actually — a donkey is a bit more clever.”
12 Dec 18
The Scottish Sun
DILLIAN WHYTE cannot wait for another Dereck Chisora payday — a decade after bashing him up for free. The British heavyweights slugged out a fight-of-the-year contender in 2016, with Brixton ‘Body Snatcher’ Whyte winning on a controversial split decision. Dillian Whyte remembers with relish his first encounter with British heavyweight rival Dereck Chisora a decade ago But it was way back in 2008 that the two big men first met when Jamaica-born Whyte facing Chisora in rough, tough, unpaid sparring sessions. Looking back at his initial encounter with 34-year-old Chisora, Whyte said: “I came off the street and was just excited about getting to punch someone in the face. “A few times I sparred him for free . . . I didn’t care about the money, I just loved it. “I was sparring one of the big dogs and bashing him up. [bc_video video_id=”5975917586001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Boxer Dillian Whyte was left completely confused by Derek Chisora’s prediction for their rematch “] “I’d turn up to the gym early and just be there, waiting. “It was something I thought I was decent at and I enjoyed, it’s how I have always been. “I was nobody. I showed up to sparring in a vest and holiday shorts, I didn’t even have boxing shoes. “It just shows you don’t need fancy equipment or experience, you’re either a good fighter or you’re not.” Brixton Body Snatcher Dillian Whyte believes he still has the edge on Dereck Chisora – ten years after their first encounter Whyte, 30, is now ranked No 1 with the WBC and WBO and a convincing win in nine days could bag him a mega-money Wembley rematch with old enemy Anthony Joshua on April 13. Before their last clash, Chisora hurled a table at his former training partner and was whacked with a £30,000 fine from the British Boxing Board of Control. Dillian Whyte won a contentious verdict vs Brit rival Dereck Chisora two years ago In a head-to-head TV meeting, a glass was hurled across the room and the pair had to be separated by security. “After their 12-round Manchester war there was a brief hug and some mutual respect. But Whyte insists wily veteran Chisora has always been trying to intimidate him and admitted he used to get revenge with sucker punches after the bell. He said: “Dereck’s a funny guy, I think he saw me as competition from even back then. [bc_video video_id=”5856421088001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Dillian Whyte and Derek Chisora face off at press conference and Whyte has a go at Chisora’s shoes “] “I’d have been around 19 or 20 and he was in his prime so, when he tries to intimidate me now, I tell him to relax. “That sparring was before I had any fights, I was just some street punk. Sometimes I went after him after the bell rang because I was in fight mode.” Since their first professional clash, Chisora has added ex-world champ and 2012 foe David Haye to his corner. The move shocked British boxing fans as the pair shared a vicious rivalry before Haye KO’d Chisora at West Ham’s old Upton Park ground. [article-rail-section title=”most read in boxing” posts_category=”17″ posts_number=”6″ query_type=”recent” /] Whyte insists the deal is a financial disaster for wheeler-dealer Chisora — formerly known as Delboy — who had the rematch secured before the Hayemaker even came on board as manager. He added: “David Haye is all about himself but I respect him. He’s a smart businessman, he thought ‘Wow I’m going to make 25 per cent, that’s easy money’. “It’s the definition of easy money — Chisora had a deal in place, signed with David then got a worse deal and still has to pay David his 25 per cent. “Dereck is the true definition of a donkey, he’s a jackass, actually — a donkey is a bit more clever.”
12 Dec 18
The Irish Sun
DILLIAN WHYTE cannot wait for another Dereck Chisora payday — a decade after bashing him up for free. The British heavyweights slugged out a fight-of-the-year contender in 2016, with Brixton ‘Body Snatcher’ Whyte winning on a controversial split decision. Dillian Whyte remembers with relish his first encounter with British heavyweight rival Dereck Chisora a decade ago But it was way back in 2008 that the two big men first met when Jamaica-born Whyte facing Chisora in rough, tough, unpaid sparring sessions. Looking back at his initial encounter with 34-year-old Chisora, Whyte said: “I came off the street and was just excited about getting to punch someone in the face. “A few times I sparred him for free . . . I didn’t care about the money, I just loved it. “I was sparring one of the big dogs and bashing him up. [bc_video video_id=”5975917586001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Boxer Dillian Whyte was left completely confused by Derek Chisora’s prediction for their rematch “] “I’d turn up to the gym early and just be there, waiting. “It was something I thought I was decent at and I enjoyed, it’s how I have always been. “I was nobody. I showed up to sparring in a vest and holiday shorts, I didn’t even have boxing shoes. “It just shows you don’t need fancy equipment or experience, you’re either a good fighter or you’re not.” Brixton Body Snatcher Dillian Whyte believes he still has the edge on Dereck Chisora – ten years after their first encounter Whyte, 30, is now ranked No 1 with the WBC and WBO and a convincing win in nine days could bag him a mega-money Wembley rematch with old enemy Anthony Joshua on April 13. Before their last clash, Chisora hurled a table at his former training partner and was whacked with a £30,000 fine from the British Boxing Board of Control. Dillian Whyte won a contentious verdict vs Brit rival Dereck Chisora two years ago In a head-to-head TV meeting, a glass was hurled across the room and the pair had to be separated by security. “After their 12-round Manchester war there was a brief hug and some mutual respect. But Whyte insists wily veteran Chisora has always been trying to intimidate him and admitted he used to get revenge with sucker punches after the bell. He said: “Dereck’s a funny guy, I think he saw me as competition from even back then. [bc_video video_id=”5856421088001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Dillian Whyte and Derek Chisora face off at press conference and Whyte has a go at Chisora’s shoes “] “I’d have been around 19 or 20 and he was in his prime so, when he tries to intimidate me now, I tell him to relax. “That sparring was before I had any fights, I was just some street punk. Sometimes I went after him after the bell rang because I was in fight mode.” Since their first professional clash, Chisora has added ex-world champ and 2012 foe David Haye to his corner. The move shocked British boxing fans as the pair shared a vicious rivalry before Haye KO’d Chisora at West Ham’s old Upton Park ground. [article-rail-section title=”most read in boxing” posts_category=”16″ posts_number=”6″ query_type=”recent” /] Whyte insists the deal is a financial disaster for wheeler-dealer Chisora — formerly known as Delboy — who had the rematch secured before the Hayemaker even came on board as manager. He added: “David Haye is all about himself but I respect him. He’s a smart businessman, he thought ‘Wow I’m going to make 25 per cent, that’s easy money’. “It’s the definition of easy money — Chisora had a deal in place, signed with David then got a worse deal and still has to pay David his 25 per cent. “Dereck is the true definition of a donkey, he’s a jackass, actually — a donkey is a bit more clever.”
12 Dec 18
Chanel Vintage

One thing i keep going back to year, after year; winter, after winter is the forever sweater dress. You can wear these with jeans or over the knee boots or booties. The ways are endless. The wine color as red will always be welcomed in december.   Lulu’s Sweater dress in Multiple colors $45 This one from […]

12 Dec 18
ComicsFlix.org

WHSmith Travel and full list of stockists from 20 Dec

12 Dec 18
SOMETIMES YOU'RE THE NAIL

Under en helg såg jag alltså You Me At Six live TVÅ gånger. På O2 Academy Brixton. Helt otroligt bra. Fredagens spelning var något bättre, för då körde dom mycket nya låtar samt publiken var mer taggad. På måndagen var det Take Off Your Colours 10 Year Anniversary Tour så det var en helt annan […]

12 Dec 18
Tom Chapman Reviews

As featured on The Line Of Best Fit Even after a year of relentless touring, Young Fathers are still one of the UK’s most exciting live acts. Last night the Edinburgh trio closed out a very successful 2018 with a momentous performance at the Brixton Academy. The show begins slowly with Get Started from 2015’s […]

12 Dec 18
Everythingg Some

Nigerian artist, Mr. Eazi who recently released his Lagos to London mixtape has announed a UK tour. The mixtape was undoubtedly one of the best things to happen to African music this year it was only right for him to end the year with a Tour. The Tour kicks off on 7th March at The […]

12 Dec 18
Boyz

Anthem–Old Skool Reunion is one of the most popular regular club nights at The Royal Vauxhall Tavern with amazing DJs bringing back the glorious club sounds of the late 80s, 90s and early 00s. It’s always a brilliant night out. This Friday the team are back at The RVT for their Christmas Party and Dave […]

12 Dec 18
News Exc Celebrity

Article and photos from hienalouca.com

The Prince of Wales and the Duke of Sussex today joined actor Tom Hardy, England football manager Gareth Southgate and rapper Tinie Tempah in a discussion about youth violent crime.

Charles called for a renewed effort to ‘make a dent’ in the scourge of knife crime and the youth violence responsible for ‘appalling’ human disasters, as he convened a Clarence House summit with his son Harry.

They gathered experts, former gang members, bereaved families, celebrity supporters and charity bosses to discuss solutions to the crime wave that has seen 125 people killed in London already this year.  

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