Boxing bouts may not have three fighters, but the papers say the gloves were off in the second leaders debate.
both give victory to David Cameron while the Daily Mirror
says he trailed in third.
survey for the Times
suggests Mr Cameron won on points, while the Guardian's poll
has Nick Clegg ahead
and the Tory and Labour leaders tied.
The Daily Telegraph
says the debate was more intense
than the previous week's but the result was harder to call.
Nick Clegg's perceived victory in the first debate put his performance in the second under extra scrutiny.
Sun says polish and gloss can cover up only so much
and says the Lib Dem ended up "looking a dangerous leftie".
Mr Clegg was smooth and saccharine,
says the Daily Mail,
adding that Gordon Brown and David Cameron did their best to put him on the spot.
But the Independent says that the Labour and Tory leaders
failed to force the Lib Dem genie back into the bottle.
Financial Times leads on news that investment bank Goldman Sachs acted as both underwriter and investor
in Lloyds Banking Group's refinancing deal.
It warns this highlights a potential conflict of interest, though the bank says its underwriters are barred from knowing about its traders' investments.
Daily Mail also features the dealings of the City
on its front page.
It says the next round of bankers' bonuses will reach almost £7bn - a rise of £750m on the previous year.
The story of what is being called the world's first full-face transplant attracts plenty of attention.
According to the Daily Mirror,
he received "new facial muscles, skin, nose, lips, jaw, palate and cheekbones" during the 24-hour operation.
Times says the man is a farmer who accidentally shot himself in the face
and later contacted Spanish surgeons.
It reports that the patient is recovering in hospital with the face of "a complete new human being".