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“You want to talk about the history of Scottish heavyweight boxing ?” asks veteran Tommy Gilmour, rhetorically. “There isn’t one !” Until Friday, October 6 when Inverness man mountain Gary Cornish meets Sam Sexton for the vacant British heavyweight championship in Edinburgh in front of the Box Nation cameras. No other Scottish heavyweight has fought for the prestigious title – and not many have come close either.

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