Wednesday, 25 May 2011

British super-middleweight title from arch-rival James DeGale at London's O2 Arena

DAVID HAYE has support George Groves to won a world title to follow their footsteps.

Groves upset the odds on Saturday night to claim the British super-middleweight title from arch-rival James DeGale at London's O2 Arena.

The Saint majority points decision with their Commonwealth crown in domestic Strip and Haye believes that young Londoner it is set to top.

WBA world heavyweight champ Haye said: "George proved a lot of people wrong, but his performance was no surprise to me or his trainer Adam Booth.

"We've always believed George has the style, intelligence and ability to get the better of DeGale — and that's what played out at the weekend.

"George boxed beautifully at times and was giving DeGale problems he had yet to encounter as a professional or amateur."

Groves handled himself in the way Hayemaker with DeGale biggest complaint was affected by construction to match.

He held his own in verbal sparring, but the TV off at all times to be quiet in front of the camera are preferred.

Haye, 30, added: "George never made any crazy claims or boasts before the fight and always remained quietly confident and humble.

"As a result, people warmed to him and got behind him on the night.

"It was an incredible feeling to walk with George towards the ring at The O2 and hear the cheers.

"The whole atmosphere felt like a world title fight between two experienced champions.

"It's easy to forget that George is a British and Commonwealth champion with only 13 pro bouts to his name.

"If Saturday night was a sign of things to come, George can look forward to many more packed out nights in big arenas. That fight alone has made him an overnight star.

"George has the world at his feet right now and has that perfect combination of ability, likeability and titles."

Worthing band will perform at the London's 02 Arena after reaching the Live and Unsigned national final

After reaching the Live and Unsigned national final a Worthing band will perform at the London's 02 Arena.
I struggle living out of it after the initial across the country and kill 10,000 acts which entered the music competition, JAG will perform at Live Fest - London's largest indoor festival on July 23.

JAG includes of singer and guitarist Dan Powell, Mark Thompson on lead guitar, drummer James Barron and Jim Davis on bass.

Mr Thompson said: “We are excited. There will be some serious industry bods there. We have got such a great crowd that have followed us throughout.”

Radio 1 DJ Annie Nightingale include judges. Not only on the JAG Live Fest will be performing on stage, but there a lot of awards with a prize pool worth up to £100,000 are up for grabs.

World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) to The O2 Arena on the 11th

Ever popular World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) wrestling world's leading franchise is divided. Production such rock and former international superstar wrestlers as Hulk Hogan, WWE will tour the UK once again.

Bringing WWE Raw to The O2 Arena on the 11th you can expect to see the features of John Cena, Randy Orton, Wade Barrett, Sheamus, and Melina. Line-up is subject to change.

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Tuesday, 24 May 2011

Fury and Chisora at O2 Arena ringside involved in the conflict

Unbeaten rivals Dereck Chisora and Tyson Fury, they wait until July to resolve their differences can not meet, the heavyweight pair while it is out on O2 Arena in London between James DeGale v George Groves British super-middleweight boxing match the complaint decided to attend.

Fury 22 years old, whilr Chisora 27 years old were ringside audience in a lively discussion that a small number of people into a conflict involving the undefeated WBO Inter kantynyntl welterweight title Frankie Gavin who was disabled in minutes Mutley fought among young I looked at.

​​them is for British and Commonwealth belts will meet this summer and feel that match other major complaint in both the Millennium Dome look forward to war is brewing with fighters.

Titleholder Chisora (14-0, 9 KO's) just moments after the incident said tweeted; "It's not my fault Tyson has to do his own promoting because his promoter can't raise money for the fight."

Tuesday, 3 May 2011

N-Dubz perform at O2 Arena

N-Dubz perform at O2 Arena and PopDash was in the presence of all happiness for you to capture action.

Their back catalogue, Dappy, Tulisa and Fazer hits performing wowed the sell-out crowd with their tracks such as 'Morning Star', 'I Need You' and 'Girls'.

O2 Arena to see all the action, band close and personal, our gallery now includes shots check up!