Discussion in 'British Boxing Forum' started by jcairns1, Jun 11, 2019 at 2:28 AM.
Definitely the best British non PPV card of the year. It's about time the fans got something decent.
Class night of boxing. Really looking forward to it
No chance mate - the WBSS in Glasgow wins by a mile.
@Here's Johnny says no one cares about this card!
I stand corrected. The great Inoue gracing our shores. How could I forget about that? I must have been swept up in the Isufi buzz
Fitzy smashing the scouse blockhead and Kash Ali biting the big stiff plumber is the best non-PPV card I've seen this year.
For some reason Top Rank don't put up all the fights on Boxrec until the day. I've seen it with other fight cards they've done as well. I'm pretty sure Guido Vianello and Sonny Conto are also on the card.
I just found this. The full card is on here.
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ESPN+, 10 p.m. ET/7 p.m. PT Tyson Fury (champion) vs. Tom Schwarz (challenger), 12 rounds, Fury’s Lineal world heavyweight title,
Jesse Hart vs. Sullivan Barrera, 10 rounds, light heavyweight
ESPN2 and ESPN Deportes, 7 p.m. ET/4 p.m. PT
Mikaela Mayer vs. Lizbeth Crespo, 10 rounds, super featherweight
Andy Vences vs. Albert Bell, 10 rounds, Vences’ WBC Continental Americas super featherweight belt
Isaac Lowe vs. Duarn Vue, 10 rounds, Lowe’s WBC International featherweight belt
Guido Vianello vs. Kennan Hickmon, 6 rounds, heavyweight
Peter Kadiru vs. Juan Torres, 4 rounds, heavyweight
Sonny Conto vs. Daniel Infante, 4 rounds, heavyweight
Cem Kilic vs. Martez McGregor 8 rounds, super middleweight
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Did not realise Isaac Lowe was also fighting
Galahad appears supremely confident for this one. Seems to my observant eye to have some sort of mental edge over Warrington for whatever it’s worth.
I’ve just watched a bit of Galahad’s back catalogue and don’t see anything special to my acute eye, looks like a poor mans southpaw kell Brook, hangs his chin out , seems a bit slow and ponderous. Stop start. But is clearly a very accurate puncher, from all angles, good shot selection, decent footwork when pivoting away from danger.
It’ll be an interesting mesh of styles the high work rate brawler against the thoughtful boxer. Presumably ingles plan will be to box off the back foot keep the range and land hard accurate single shots to dissuade Warrington from coming forwards as he does so relentlessly.
Warrington is the man with all the momentum and also appears brimming with self belief, he’ll be looking to break Galahads heart from the first bell to the last.
Galahad is a gym rat by all accounts, Warrington a hard trainer. This isn’t a drained selby or a shot frampton. Two fit guys in their prime, no known chin issues on either side no massive punchers this one is destined to go late.
I have to go Warrington on points. It’s the obvious choice.
I’ll probably look to double it up with a fury KO
Worry should have too much in the tank for Skid Halamad