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Old 02-11-2013, 08:41 AM   #1
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Default Kevin Satchell v Luke Wilton

British and Commonwealth title fight on the undercard of the Price v Thompson fight feb 23rd. Really rate satchell but I have never seen wilton fight that I can remember, although he has a decent record with a fair few ko's, so it should be a decent scrap. Thoughts?
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Old 02-11-2013, 08:42 AM   #2
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I like Satchell, he has 3 good wins in a row now and I think he'll win against Wilton too.

Not very deep the division though so its hard for him to progress.
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I like Satchell, he has 3 good wins in a row now and I think he'll win against Wilton too.

Not very deep the division though so its hard for him to progress.
Yeh judging by this wilton kids record I am expecting kev to win. If he does it looks like he might get a shot at the euro title. Maloney even talked about a world title shot by the end of the year, though I think hes getting ahead of himself.
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Old 02-11-2013, 08:49 AM   #4
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Wilton is decent little fighter, theres few of his fights up on youtube if you look around. I expect Satchell to beat him mid rounds but could be a little barn stormer while it does last. For me Satchell is the best prospect in the country. The jab he throws out is brutal and the weird angle means it is hard to stop.
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Wilton is decent little fighter, theres few of his fights up on youtube if you look around. I expect Satchell to beat him mid rounds but could be a little barn stormer while it does last. For me Satchell is the best prospect in the country. The jab he throws out is brutal and the weird angle means it is hard to stop.
Just had a look at him then, he looks tidy enough, good fundamentals, seems to like to come forward which could play into satchells hands, mid round stoppage for satchell is prob a good shout.
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I think it will be difficult for Satchell to progress because of the lack of domestic depth in the division and lack of interest. Hopefully I am wrong because he is talented.
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I think it will be difficult for Satchell to progress because of the lack of domestic depth in the division and lack of interest. Hopefully I am wrong because he is talented.
I think maloney seems to be doing the right thing moving him on quickly, if he wins this fight as I expect there wont be anyone else out there on the domestic scene worth fighting, so im sure he will move on to a euro fight. I also think putting him on the price undercards gives him good exposure and generates interest in a division thats often overlooked.
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I think maloney seems to be doing the right thing moving him on quickly, if he wins this fight as I expect there wont be anyone else out there on the domestic scene worth fighting, so im sure he will move on to a euro fight. I also think putting him on the price undercards gives him good exposure and generates interest in a division thats often overlooked.
He could fight Iain Butcher or Jason Cunningham to win the title outright, both are unbeaten.
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He could fight Iain Butcher or Jason Cunningham to win the title outright, both are unbeaten.
True, although I think he would beat both of them comfortably. It depends how much he wants the title outright, and whether the two of them were willing to take the fight at this stage.
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