Rhys ‘Pure Silk’ Roberts goes for his first title in Bury
Rhys Roberts the Manchester boxing barber hopes to lay claim to his first professional title tonight when he fights Georgian George Gachechiladze for the Vacant International Masters Super Bantamweight belt on the Robert Waterman show at Bury’s Castle Leisure Centre.
The Hatton promoted, Brian Hughes trained boxer is considered one of the hottest young prospects in British boxing, he is unbeaten in his career since turning pro in 2007 with 11 straight wins, 2 by KO. But it is the style in which he goes about his work that has caught the eye.



The down to earth likeable Manc. has all the moves and the punch variety to match is lighting fast hands and has the natural skills and well honed talents to hit and not get hit, quick on his feet he has the potential to really go far in boxing and prove that the praise being given him is justified.
By Chris Maylett
Full bill for Bury
Rhys Roberts v George Gachechiladze
10×3 British Masters International Super Bantamweight Title
Craig Watson v Vasile Surcica
8×3 Light-Middleweight
Maxine McCarthy v Polina Pencheva
6×2 Featherweight
Keiron Maher v Dee Mitchell
6×3 Welterweight
Tom Doran v Terry Adams
4×3 Light-Middleweight
Joe Collins v Andrew Pattison
4×3 Welterweight



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