This week's UK TV & radio

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Listings for Sky Sports 3 on Sunday, December 23 2018

06:00Boxing Gold: Moore v Macklin A chance to relive some classic fights of years gone by. Here Jamie Moore takes on Matthew Macklin for the British Light Middleweight title at George Carnall Leisure Centre in Manchester. Also in HD 
06:15Boxing Gold: Khan v Maidana A chance to relive some classic fights of years gone by. Here Amir Khan defends his WBA Light Welterweight title against Marcos Maidana at Mandalay Bay Resort & Casino in Las Vegas. Also in HD 
06:30Boxing Gold: Mitchell v Murray A chance to relive some classic fights of years gone by. Here Kevin Mitchell and John Murray meet for the vacant WBO Inter-Continental Lightweight title. Also in HD 
06:45Boxing Gold: Froch v Bute A chance to relive some classic fights of years gone by. Here Carl Froch takes on Lucian Bute for the IBF Super-Middleweight title at the Capital FM Arena in Nottingham. Also in HD 
07:00Rumble In The Jungle The Rumble in the Jungle, Kinshasa, 1974 - a night remembered as one of the most remarkable ever. Muhammad Ali and George Foreman squared up in a world heavyweight title fight for the ages. Also in HD 
07:15Miracle On Ice Heading into the 1980 Olympics, the Soviet Union was expected to win a fifth straight gold. The USA team, inexperienced college students, were outsiders... but history was about to be made. Also in HD 
07:30A Head For Heights A flashback to the 1988 Olympic Games in Seoul, where legendary diver Greg Louganis famously hit his head on the board while performing. He would go on to win two gold medals at the Games. Also in HD 
07:45A Young Maverick In 1989, amidst political turmoil in China, 17-year-old Michael Chang became the youngest man to win the French Open, and dedicated his win to Chinese people around the world. Also in HD 
08:00NFL Hlts: A match from the NFL. Also in HD 
09:00NFL Hlts: A match from the NFL. Also in HD 
10:00WWE Smackdown: 1Hr Tom Phillips, Corey Graves and Byron Saxton present Smackdown, featuring all your favourite WWE stars. This programme contains flashing images. Also in HD 
11:00Sporting Records An in-depth look at some of the greatest milestones ever recorded in sport. Here, the records of runner Jim Hines, gymnast Nadia Comaneci, and cricketer Chris Gayle. Also in HD 
11:30NFL Hlts: A match from the NFL. Also in HD 
12:30NFL Hlts: A match from the NFL. Also in HD 
13:30WWE Raw: 1Hr Highlights from another week of pulsating action on Raw, featuring all your favourite WWE superstars. This programme contains flashing images. Also in HD 
14:30WWE Experience All the latest news and stories from both Raw and Smackdown, including the best matches and interviews with all the biggest superstars. Also in HD 
15:30A Young Maverick In 1989, amidst political turmoil in China, 17-year-old Michael Chang became the youngest man to win the French Open, and dedicated his win to Chinese people around the world. Also in HD 
15:45Live Top 14: Castres v Bordeaux A match from the French Top 14. Also in HD 
17:35Live NFL: Sunday A match from the NFL. Also in HD 
21:00Live NFL: Sunday A match from the NFL. Also in HD 
00:45My Icon: Nasser Hussain In the next episode of this special series, former England cricket captain and Sky Sports pundit Nasser Hussain discusses the individuals that have inspired him during his life and career. Also in HD 
01:00My Icon: Michael Holding In the next episode of this special series, West Indian cricketing legend Michael Holding discusses the individuals that have inspired him during his life and career. Also in HD 
01:10Live NFL: Sunday The Seattle Seahawks meet the Kansas City Chiefs at CenturyLink Field in the NFL. Kansas City have a high-powered offensive unit that includes Kareem Hunt and Patrick Mahomes II. Also in HD 
05:00Sporting Greats: Jesse Owens Remember the career of Jesse Owens, the pioneering track and field athlete who overcame racial discrimination to claim four gold medals at the 1936 Olympics in Berlin. Also in HD 
05:30Sporting Greats: Greg Lemond A look at the career of legendary American road cyclist Greg LeMond, who was a two-time winner of the World Cycling Championship, and three-time winner of the Tour de France. Also in HD