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Introduced by Steve Rider Championship Boxing live from Sheffield
Herol 'Bomber'
Graham James Cook
In front of his home supporters in the City Hall, Herol Graham hopes to clinch the vacant British
Middleweight title against
James Cook of Peckham. The skilful Graham, who lost his unbeaten record to
Sambu Kalumbay a year ago, is now back as the number one contender to the new WBA world champion, and will be looking to end tonight's fight well before the end of the 12 rounds.
Commentator HARRY
1988 European Football Championship
In what has been billed as the most open European
Championship ever, will
England fulfil the promise shown in Mexico; and can the Irish make their mark? BOB WILSON assesses the strengths of all eight teams, talks to some of the game's greatest ambassadors and speculates on 'the key men'. Cricket
Highlights from one of today's semi-finals in the Benson and Hedges Cup. Plus tennis news from the Stella Artois Championship Television presentation: Boxing BOB DUNCAN


Introduced By: Steve Rider
Unknown: Graham James Cook
Unknown: Herol Graham
Unknown: Sambu Kalumbay
Unknown: Bob Wilson
Producer: Charles Balchin
Editor: John Rowlinson

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