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  1. GB Boxing Championships - all you need to know

    Raven Chapman

    The GB Boxing Championships is a classic challenger format with 11 of the best up-and-coming talents from the British Olympic boxing programme competing against boxers representing England, Scotland and Wales.

    The carrot for the underdogs is that any home nation boxer who defeats a member of the GB Boxing squad will be assessed for a place to become a funded athlete.

    For boxing fans, the event is a chance for fans to get an early peek at some of the boxers who aim to wear the Team GB vest at a future Olympic Games.

    While GB's boxing coaches are able to assess current and future prospects in live conditions in the ring.

    Four of the boxers on show are defending their title from last year.

  2. Who is competing?

    Raven Chapman

    There are four women's bouts and seven men's scheduled for the night:


    51kg (fly) Chloe Watson (GB) v Helen Jones (Wal); 57kg (feather) Raven Chapman (GB) v Jade Pearce (Eng); 60kg (light) Hannah Robinson (GB) v Kirsty Hill (Eng); 69kg (welter) Omarah Taylor (GB) v Jem Campbell (Eng).


    52kg (fly) Will Cawley (GB) v Jake Dodd (Wal); 61kg (feather) Joe Tyres (Eng) v Subaan Ahmed (Eng); 69kg (welter) Tyler Jolly (Sco) v Hazzan Azim (Eng); 75kg (middle) Ramtin Musah (GB) v Jimmy Tyres (Eng); 81kg (light heavy) Connor Tudsbury (GB) v Aaron Bowen (Eng); 91kg (heavy) Thomas Pogson (Eng) (Imps) v Sam Leyson (Wal); 91+kg (super heavy) Courtney Bennett (GB) v Gideon Antwi (Eng).

  3. BBC coverage

    All times are GMT and subject to change

    BBC Sport has live coverage of the GB Boxing Championships on the BBC Sport website and Connected TV.

    Thursday, 5 December

    19:25-23:00 - BBC Sport online & Connected TV

  4. Is boxing for you?

    Get Inspired


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    Video caption: Boxer Lawrence Okolie on being bullied at school for his weight

    There are hundreds of gyms all over the United Kingdom just waiting to set budding boxers on the right path.

    One of the sport's biggest appeals is that there are different weight categories, which means boxing is for everyone.

    You don't need to put yourself in harm's way to enjoy it - most people use the sport as a way of improving their fitness and never actually set foot in the ring to compete.

    Skipping, hitting the punch bag or pads and different exercise drills are used in training and beginners can take it at their own pace.

    Club finders in England, Wales, Scotland and Ireland will help you get started.