|Danny Williams – ‘The Brixton Bomber’|
The fight is now back on, and with both boxers at different spectrum’s of there careers, it is a fight that will answer questions for both.
– Is Sexton the new kid on the British block, capable of talking over the veteran Williams’ mantle?
Or will Williams shock everyone again, and leave a fine career on his shield?
The Brixton Bomber with a career record of 41 wins from 50 fights, will best be remembered for his fourth-round knockout of Mike Tyson in 2004, that night at Freedom Hall State Fairground, in Louisville, Kentucky, will go down as the Brixton mans finest hour.
|Rocky Marciano, A hero of Danny Williams|
“I’m going to be a professional bodyguard for showbiz personalities,” he said.
|Sexton defeats Martin Rogan|
Sexton, 31, seized and defended the Commonwealth title with two early wins against tough Northern Irishman Martin Rogan in Belfast.
But first Sexton Say’s he has got all his attentions on sending another big name into retirement first in Danny Williams, and then maybe he can set his sites on the future Hall of Famer Holyfield.