says his next fight could be his last.
Calzaghe unified the three world titles in the super-middleweight division when he beat Mikkel Kessler, of Denmark, last month, taking his record to 44-0.
"I have got two fights left - tops," Calzaghe was quoted as saying in yesterday's editions of the Daily Mirror. "I might even have one more and then decide to pack it all in and then get on with the rest of my life. Who knows? There are plenty of other things I want to do.
"My next fight could most definitely be my last. I don't want to fight on for money. That's not the right motivation."
After beating Kessler, Calzaghe said he would like to step up a division and challenge light heavyweight Bernard Hopkins, but no deal has been finalized.
"I need to have a goal, like Hopkins," said Calzaghe, who turns 36 in March. "It has to be something big to motivate me."
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, the former Abilene Christian track-and-field coach whose athletes won four Olympic gold medals and set 15 world records, died at 87. Jackson, a former president of the U.S. Track and Field Coaches Association, was head track-and-field coach at Abilene Christian from 1948 to '63. His teams won NAIA titles in 1952, 1954 and 1955. In 1964, he coached the national team during its pre-Olympic tour.
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* Kyle Okposo, the former Minnesota player set to sign with the New York Islanders, had a goal and an assist to help the United States open the World Junior Hockey Championships with a 5-1 victory over Kazakhstan in Liberec, Czech Republic. New Hampshire's James vanRiemsdyk, the Flyers' No. 1 draft pick, and Denver's Tyler Ruegsegger each had a goal and assist.
* Russian environmentalists raised concerns about plans for the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi, saying three construction projects could harm the mountainous area on the Black Sea.
* Kauto Star won his second straight King George VI Chase title in Kempton, England, capturing the 3-mile jump by 11 lengths.