HAS THERE EVER BEEN A STRANGER NIGHT IN BOX­ING THAN THE BITE FIGHT?

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Char­lie Ed­wards I can’t re­ally think of any­thing as strange as that. Although, David Haye’s loss to Tony Bellew was a weird night. There was some­thing just so bizarre about it – but I can’t say an an­kle in­jury is stranger than some­one get­ting bit­ten! Kieran Far­rell Michael Gomez just stop­ping fight­ing against Peter Mcdon­agh was very strange. He lit­er­ally just dropped his hands and stopped, as if he’d had enough and couldn’t be both­ered. But the Bite Fight is surely the strangest night. Sam Eg­ging­ton If Conor Mcgre­gor beats Floyd May­weather in Au­gust, that’ll be stranger. But no, I can’t think of any­thing as strange as Tyson bit­ing Holy­field. Very weird. Sam Kynoch For me, no. Box­ing is a sport that throws up all sorts of weird and won­der­ful things all the time, but that’s right up there. It’ll take some­thing very, very strange to top that night.

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