Joshua Bradley death: Two more men accused of boxer's murder
Two more men have been charged with the murder of a young boxer who died after a city centre street brawl.
Joshua Bradley, 19, was fatally injured in Thurland Street, Nottingham, at 04:00 GMT on 8 February.
The two men are due before magistrates' later. Three others were also been charged on Wednesday with assisting an offender.
A total of nine people have now been charged in connection with Mr Bradley's death.
Richard Johnson, 24, of Belton Street, Hyson Green, was charged with murder in February.
Zaiem Zulqurnain, 19, of Newlyn Drive in Aspley, Nottingham and Muhamad Adnan, 22, of Middleton Boulevard, Nottingham are also accused of murder.
Last month, three men were also charged with violent disorder in connection with the brawl.
Three others, Zobain Zulqurnain, 29, and Farra Zulqurnain 27, both of Newlyn Drive, Aspley, Nottingham and Seerat Zulqurnain 28, of Princess Close in Gedling, Nottingham have been charged with assisting an offender.
It is alleged they helped their relative, Zaiem Zulqurnain, leave the country following the incident.
Two other men, aged 19 and 21, questioned on suspicion of murder have been released without charge.