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Old 01-27-2008, 03:05 AM   #1
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Default Boxing fromBirmingham 25/1/08

i have for you an up & coming light heavyweight unbeaten Eddie Mcintosh this is a 4 rounder filmed in bham on 25/1/08 at the holiday inn trainer Richie Woodhall

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Promising Birmingham banger Eddie ‘Braveheart' McIntosh looks to take his professional ledger to three from three when he boxes Phil Callaghan, the flabby Leeds-based puncher trained by former British welterweight boss Derek ‘The Rebel' Roche,over a light-heavyweight four.
Scottish-rooted McIntosh, trained by former WBC world super-middleweight champion Richie Woodhall, will look to celebrate Burns Night with an impressive victory at the site of his debut knockout win. And he will be aiming for another inside-the-distance victory to please his blood-thirsty supporters.
Though yet to register a victory in seven outings (one draw), aggressive Callaghan holds a draw with Nottingham's hard-hitting Rod Anderton and dropped Telford's then-unbeaten Lee Jones, also trained by Richie Woodhall, in Birmingham 11 months ago.
But Bartley Green's McIntosh has been tipped to win the British 12st title by Woodhall after flattening Nicky Taylor on his debut and then taking a routine 40-36 win over Mark Philips, the British Masters light-heavyweight champ at the time, in November.
"He definitely has the skills and punch to win a British title at some stage," said the Birmingham-born, Telford-based trainer of his exciting charge. "We'll take our time with him but he has the tools, the hunger and the requisite temperament to do the business."
The local ticket-seller, who shifted tickets to the value of £12,000 (12 tables) on his last appearance at the venue and has sold 20 tables for this fight, can make it an unblemished three from three and add a second stoppage win to his record by the third
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