With the inclusion of women's boxing in the Games, Nicola Adams is hoping to replicate her London 2012 gold medal success
Glasgow 2014 - don't miss your chance to see GB Boxing's Commonwealth Games stars in action
Glasgow 2014 - don't miss your chance to see GB Boxing's Commonwealth Games stars in action
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From 23 July-3 August 2014, the Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games will showcase 4,500 of the world’s finest athletes – many competing after extraordinary achievements at London 2012.
Inside a six metre square ring, there’s nowhere to hide – and the boxers will come prepared. Fired up by the electric atmosphere, names will be made and reputations won. With the Commonwealth Games debut of Women’s Boxing, it’s now an equal arena.

So will it be hard graft or a knockout punch that wins the crown? Either way, the crowd won’t let up until the referee raises one boxer’s arm in victory.

Tickets are only available until 6pm on 16 September so don't miss out. To be one of millions of people cheering on a unique sporting event, apply now.


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