Originally Posted by bruiserh
I don't expect Price to hang around defending the Comm title and if he does, neither camp would put there man in against him.
This is just a nice step up fight for both fighters that will give the winner a bit more exposure.
If Towers wins though, Price will stick around for a British and Commonwealth fight as he would need one more win to keep the British belt outright. Towers is also the EBU-EU champion (basically the interim Euro champ) so could be marketed as a Brit/Commonwealt/Euro unification, at a push.
Should Browne win, I'm not sure what Price would do TBH.