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The Prizefighter series was created by Matchroom Sports head Barry Hearn . The format is a knock-out compeition, with three rounds, the quarter-final, semi-final and final. Each bout has three rounds of 3 minutes. All fights take place on the same evening and the winning prize is £25,000. When speaking of his idea for the tournament, Hearn said "We’re always trying to do different things in boxing to keep it exciting. It’s a proper knockout tournament and it takes a brave man to come up to the plate. They are all heroes. But this idea of the Prizefighter series is without doubt the best idea that has come into boxing in the 25 years I’ve been promoting boxing" [ [http://theprizefighterseries.com/interview-4/ Prizefighter Series | Prizefighter is the best boxing idea in 25 years] ]

Prizefighter 1 The Heavyweights- April 2008

The first Prizefighter took place at York Hall in Bethnal Green. The event was televised live on Sky Sports and saw 8 heavyweight fighters compete for the title. The bouts were all 3 rounds in length, with 3 minutes for each round. There were quarter finals, semi-finals and a final. Competitors for the first series were Martin Rogan , David Dolan , Dave Ferguson , Billy Bessey , Alex Ibbs , Darren Morgan , Paul Butlin and Colin Kenna . [ [http://www.saddoboxing.com/7161-martin-rogan-prizefighter.html Eastside Boxing | Prizefighter Ringside report] ]

Martin Rogan and David Dolan met in the final each boasting records of 9-0. Rogan won after three rounds in which Dolan had been knocked down twice. [ [http://theprizefighterseries.com/rogan-wins-first-ever-prizefighter-tournament/ Prizefighter Series | Rogan wins first ever tournament] ] Dolan was possibly still feeling the effects of a gruelling first round in which a punishing left hook from Darren Morgan had him out on his feet and holding on. [ [http://www.secondsout.com/UK/news.cfm?ccs=228&cs=24364 Seconds Out | Prizefighter report] ] Afterwards, Dolan decided to continue his career at the cruiserweight weight as he was giving a lot of weight away to the other heavyweights. [ [http://theprizefighterseries.com/betting-test/ Prizefighter Series | Cruiserweight future for runner-up Dolan] ]

Rogan's popularity rose and was lined up for a fight with Audley Harrison , until injury forced him to pull out of a proposed bout. He also announced that following his win his aim was to fight for the full British title. [ [http://theprizefighterseries.com/features-story-2/ Prizefighter Series | Life after Prizefighter for winner Rogan] ]

Prizefighter 2 The Heavyweights - September 2008

The second tournament was held in Gateshead , and involved Sam Sexton , Pele Reid , Luke Simpkin , Dave Ferguson , Chris Burton , David Ingleby , Lee Swaby and Darren Morgan . The draw for the first round of fights was made by reigning British champion Danny Williams. [ [http://theprizefighterseries.com/the-draw-for-prizefighter-heavyweights-2-announced/ Prizefighter Series | Draw for Prizefighter Heavyweights announced] ] Speaking before the tournament, competitor Luke Simpkin said "This could change my life if I win it", initially a substitute he was brought in to replace Ian Millarvie who had sustained an injury. Of his tactics for the tournament Simpkin said "There’s no tactics involved in my game and attack is the best form of defence so I will just attack. You haven’t got much time to plan anything so I will just go out there, have a good time and try my best". [ [http://theprizefighterseries.com/simpkin-delight-at-prizefighter-opportunity/ Prizefighter Series | Simpkin delight at Prizefighter opportunity] ]

On the night it was the Norwich heavyweight Sam Sexton who came out on top with wins over Pele Reid in the quarter-final, Luke Simpkin in the semi-finals and the hometown favourite Chris Burton in the final. It was a great tournament for Sexton who was coming off a loss coming into the fight to fellow British fighter Derek Chisora . After the win Sexton claimed his tactics were spot on saying "The night went exactly how we planned it, we had a gameplan for each fight worked out before we came tonight". On his future aspirations he added "At 24-years-old I still haven't got my man strength as yet, and I know I can keep improving, hopefully next year I can get a shot at British title, I will keep getting stronger and stronger." [ [http://www.britishboxing.net/news_3804-Sexton-claims-second-Prizefighter-title.html British Boxing.net | Sexton claims 2nd Prizefighter title] ]

Prizefighter 3 The Welterweights

Prizefighter 3 will take place on 23 October 2008 and will feature a different weight class to the previous two events. It was announced at the end of Prizefighter 2 and the format will return to the York Hall in London. [ [http://www.britishboxing.net/news_3837-Prizefighter-The-Welterweights.html Britishboxing.net | Prizefighter - The Welterweights] ]

*Prizefighter 1: The Heavyweights

**Winner: Martin Rogan

**Runner-up: David Dolan

*Prizefighter 2: The Heavyweights

**Winner: Sam Sexton

**Runner-up: Chris Burton

*Prizefighter 3: The Welterweights

*Prizefighter 4: The Middleweights

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Gallagher hoping for an All Ireland Prizefighter final

Gallagher hoping for an All Ireland Prizefighter final

BELFAST’S Paddy Gallagher is hoping for an all Ireland final of the Prizefighter kind live on Sky Sports this Saturday night.

The Belfast welterweight hopes to win the latest installment of knockout, knockout tournament and would prefer to beat Dubliner Dean Byrne in the final of a competition that plays out on the station that just bought GAA rights.

The undefeated Commonwealth Gold medallist thinks having an Irish winner and runner up would prove the ideal. He would also relish the chance to prove himself the best welterweight in Ireland by beating the former Wild Card puncher.

Speaking to Irish-boxing.com Gallagher said,

“It would be good to get an all Ireland final and to have an Irish one and two and we can also see who should be higher ranked in Ireland. That (last weeks press day) was the first time I met Dean. I didn’t know what he was like before that, but he was real dead on and was joking away.”

Gallagher claims the atmosphere at the press meeting was jovial even outside himself and Byrne, but believes that will change when they weigh in later this week.

“The press day was very good, it was good to see the other lads and most of us got on well. I just talked away and we all got on fine, it will be different this week, but good sportsmanship is key.”

While he admits lining up seven potential opponents was strange ‘The Pat Man’ did take one positive from seeing his fellow contestants up close and personal.

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Eamon O'Kane celebrates winning the Irish Middleweights Prize Fighter trophy over JJ McDonagh in the final at King's Hall on May 5, 2012 in Belfast, Northern Ireland.

Eamon O'Kane celebrates winning the Irish Middleweights Prize Fighter trophy over. Eamon O'Kane celebrates winning the Irish Middleweights Prize Fighter trophy over JJ McDonagh in the final at King's Hall on May 5, 2012 in Belfast, Northern Ireland. Less More

Paul McCloskey is caught by DeMarcus Corely during their Light Welterweight bout at King's Hall on May 5, 2012 in Belfast, Northern Ireland.

Paul McCloskey is caught by DeMarcus Corely during their Light Welterweight bout at. Paul McCloskey is caught by DeMarcus Corely during their Light Welterweight bout at King's Hall on May 5, 2012 in Belfast, Northern Ireland. Less More

Paul McCloskeyis caught by DeMarcus Corely during their Light Welterweight bout at King's Hall on May 5, 2012 in Belfast, Northern Ireland.

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Eamon O'Kane celebrates winning the Irish Middleweights Prize Fighter trophy over JJ McDonagh in the final at King's Hall on May 5, 2012 in Belfast, Northern Ireland.

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DeMarcus Corely celebrates victory during his Light Welterweight bout with Paul McCloskey at King's Hall on May 5, 2012 in Belfast, Northern Ireland.

DeMarcus Corely celebrates victory during his Light Welterweight bout with Paul. DeMarcus Corely celebrates victory during his Light Welterweight bout with Paul McCloskey at King's Hall on May 5, 2012 in Belfast, Northern Ireland. Less More

DeMarcus Corely celebrates victory during his Light Welterweight bout with Paul McCloskey at King's Hall on May 5, 2012 in Belfast, Northern Ireland.

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Referee Ian John -Lewis stops the fight in favour of DeMarcus Corely during the Light Welterweight bout with Paul McCloskey at King's Hall on May 5, 2012 in Belfast, Northern Ireland.

Referee Ian John -Lewis stops the fight in favour of DeMarcus Corely during the. Referee Ian John -Lewis stops the fight in favour of DeMarcus Corely during the Light Welterweight bout with Paul McCloskey at King's Hall on May 5, 2012 in Belfast, Northern Ireland. Less More

Paul McCloskey is caught by DeMarcus Corely during their Light Welterweight bout at King's Hall on May 5, 2012 in Belfast, Northern Ireland.

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THE PRIZEFIGHTER (SLO-BURN) Lyrics - SOULWAX

The Prizefighter (slo-burn) Lyrics

The Prizefighter (slo-burn) Lyrics

Realise, every wall and in your head.

Take your time to look in eyes and look at yourself,

Realise to take the ball and in your land.

All right, see yourself babe, the light, the balls on your line.

God damn wont you jump yourself, the light is riding the fine wine.

Shit yeah, shoot yourself babe, the fight is all your prize.

Someone else dont you wanna see a, well go f**k yourself!

Realise iron horse will take you there.

Realise every wall and in your eyes.

All right, see yourself babe, the light, the balls on your line.

God damn wont you jump yourself, the light is riding the fine wine.

Shit yeah, shoot yourself babe, the fight is all your prize.

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Barbie’s New Tag Line: “You Can Be Anything”

Barbie’s New Tag Line: “You Can Be Anything”

* Mattel has released Barbie’s new slogan, “You Can Be Anything”

* The campaign is designed to empower girls to dream big

* It features Barbie in a variety of careers, including Firefighting and Game Development

Barbie’s got a new outlook on life, and a new tag line to go with it. ” You Can Be Anything,” is officially Barbie’s new message. Mattel’s new branding revamp hopes to encourage and inspire young women, and it comes with an accompanying advertisement that shows five young girls acting out the careers they would like to have when they’re older. At 56 years old, Barbie is looking to update her outdated image, and combat criticism that she reinforces traditional gender stereotypes and promotes an unrealistic body image. Here are the best career Barbies to inspire the little ones.

6. Chef Barbie

Does your little one love whipping up (or attempting) concoctions in the kitchen? This Chef Barbie, decked out with a smart apron and bright pink pants, send s clear message- the future of gourmet cooking is female.

5. Veterinarian Barbie

Many kids adore their pets growing up, inspiring them to want to become veterinarians when they’re older. This Barbie comes equipped with a lab coat, stethoscope, and an adorable puppy.

4. Firefighter Barbie

In the wake of the wildfires currently ravaging California, we need firefighters- both male and female- now more than ever. Breaking down traditional ideas of firefighting as a masculine profession, Barbie is ready for action and her hair is still flawless.

3. Game Developer Barbie

An industry notoriously dominated by men, Barbie is ready to take action and lead the way in game development. Wit funky bright hair and headphones in hand, it can help young women dream up new stories and game ideas.

2. Pilot Barbie

In the USA, it’s estimated that 5.12% of pilots are female. Attempting to break through that gender inequity, Pilot Barbie is in a smart blue suit, ready to take flight.

1. President and Vice President

Despite the outcome of the most recent presidential election, Barbie holds out hope for America’s first female president and vice president. Dressed in patriotic red, white and blue, Presidential Barbie is stylish and powerful, and bears a resemblance to a famous former first lady- just a coincidence, or a prediction?

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