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Introduced by Steve Rider
Heavyweight Championship Boxing from Dudley Town Hall Horace Notice
(Commonwealth champion) v Proud Kilimanjaro (Challenger)
Britain's unbeaten Horace Notice - one of Terry Lawless's stable of champions - makes his first defence of the Commonwealth title over 12 rounds tonight. His opponent is a boxing giant, for
Kilimanjaro of Zimbabwe is 6ft 5ins tall and scales
161 stone.
International Athletics The first world indoor championships start this weekend in the USA.
Sportsnight reports on the breathtaking arena in Indianapolis where the meeting takes place, and assesses some of the great battles in prospect. They include BEN JOHNSON versus
CARL LEWIS at 60 metres, TODD BENNETT 's threat to ANTONIO MCKAY at 400 metres, and the challenge by Britain's young hurdling talent,
Plus Rugby Union, and a look ahead to Saturday's internationals - Wales v England in Cardiff, and France v Scotland in Paris. Television presentation: Boxing BOB DUNCAN
(A Ron Gray promotion in association with Barrett/Duff) Athletics KEVIN COSGROVE Producer CHARLES BALCHIN Editor JOHN ROWUNSON


Introduced By: Steve Rider
Unknown: Carl Lewis
Unknown: Todd Bennett
Unknown: Antonio McKay
Unknown: Colin Jackson
Unknown: Greg Foster
Unknown: Mark McCoy.
Unknown: Bob Duncan
Unknown: Ron Gray
Unknown: Kevin Cosgrove
Producer: Charles Balchin
Editor: John Rowunson

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