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Rio Ferdinand has been told he could have been a contender.

The former Manchester United and England defender plans to make his professional debut next year and at 39, his career looks set to be a short one.

The chances are Ferdinand will only box once or twice, provided the British Boxing Board of Control grant him a license – and given his age and complete lack of experience, that’s not a certainty.

Robert Smith, General Secretary of the Board, says Ferdinand has yet to apply for his license, but coach Richie Woodhall has faith in him and says that had he taken up boxing sooner, he could have had a good career.

 

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