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Dwarfed by the nearby steel foundries and the concrete jungle of Britain's main motorway, Brendan Ingle's boxing academy is easy to miss.

A sign next to the front door -- "St. Thomas's Boys and Girls Club" -- gives little away.

But step inside the tiny gymnasium housed in an old church-school hall in the northern English city of Sheffield and you are confronted by the sight of the best fighters in the country at work.