Freddie Flintoff and various other guests attend the 2016 Virgin Money Giving Minds Awards held at Troxy - London, United Kingdom - Monday 14th November 2016
Andrew Flintoff and Rachael Wools Flintoff on the red carpet at the 2016 Attitude Awards, London, United Kingdom - Monday 10th October 2016
Andrew Flintoff - Andrew Flintoff leaves the BBC Breakfast Studio after appearing on the show to promote his book "Second Innings" - Manchester, United Kingdom - Friday 23rd October 2015
Andrew Flintoff and Rachael Wools - Glamour Magazine Women Of The Year Awards 2013 - Outside Arrivals - London, United Kingdom - Wednesday 5th June 2013
Andrew Flintoff, Freddie Flintoff and Rachael Wools - Andrew Flintoff leaves Little House restaurant in Mayfair with his wife, Rachael Wools - London, United Kingdom - Wednesday 20th March 2013
Andrew Flintoff will make his foray into the world of pro-boxing on Friday evening (November 30, 2012) at the Manchester Evening News Arena. Yes, that Andrew Flintoff, of English test cricket and Morrison's advert fame. Freddie Flintoff.
His move into boxing has elicited sighs from the sport's top promoter's Frank Warren and Frank Maloney, though Warren's own BoxNation will broadcast the fight anyway. He fights the American Richard Dawson from Okmulgee, Oklahoma, who boasts a record of two fights, two wins, with one knock-out. The bookmakers have the stateside fighter as the favourite, though it looks pretty even on paper, which - when considering Flintoff is a former cricketer - probably tells you how good Dawson really is. At the press conference and weight in at the Manchester Hilton on Thursday, Flintoff got on the scales at 216lbs, meaning he has lost three-and-a-half stone for the bout. The shorter and stockier Dawson - who was handpicked as an opponent by Flintoff's mentor Barry McGuigan - tipped the scales at 241lbs.
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