World in My Corner is a 1956 American film noir drama sports film directed by Jesse Hibbs and starring Audie Murphy, Barbara Rush and Jeff Morrow. The film was produced and distributed by Universal Pictures. It is one of the few non-Western films in which Murphy appeared.

Tommy Shea, a boxer from Jersey City, is sponsored by millionaire Robert Mallinson. He falls for Mallinson’s daughter Dorothy, who wants freedom from her father’s controlling ways and to pursue her writing career. In order to acquire enough money to begin his life with Dorothy, Tommy begins to work for crooked fight promoter Harry Cram. This causes conflict with his honest manager, Dave Bernstein. As his big fight approaches, Tommy is torn about what he should do.