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SPLIT DECISION

Billy Joe Saunders and Frank Warren part company after a decade, writes Daniel Herbert

ALL good things must come to an end, they say. There’s no reason why it shouldn’t apply to boxing, yet it still seems strange to report that one of UK’s top boxers, Billy Joe Saunders, has parted company with his only professional promoter Frank Warren after 10 successful years.

The news broke in an August 2 statement on the website of Queensberry Promotions, Warren’s company.

It began: “Following a relationship that has spanned the whole professional career of Billy Joe Saunders, that has included World Titles in two weight divisions, Hall of Fame Promoter Frank Warren and Saunders have agreed terms for an amicable release from his promotional contract.

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