|Gary Sykes vs Gary Buckland II|
Therefore tonight’s meeting was always a foregone conclusion, with Sykes seeking revenge and Buckland feeling he should be British champion, all but in name.
José Robert Gonzales and the unassuming Welshman is confident though he can repeat the win, but is willing to go the championship distance if necessary.
have had a great nine week training camp and I am so fit I would be
able to do 15-rounds. I am looking
forward to getting in the ring and enjoying the fight.” said Buckland this week.
and co-trainer Chris Aston even paid for a warm-up fight.
“Buckland is a bit of a workhorse and I don’t know how he
will cope when Gary is throwing 120 punches a round with speed.” said Aston.
after what happened at Prizefighter there is always a chance that Gary
could clock him, but he is bang on after the camp.”
captured the British crown in March 2010 when he defeated Andy Morris
and will win a Lonsdale belt outright if he beats Hatton Promotions
130lb star on their talent stacked bill.
is over 12 rounds and in the early stages Gary will have his chin
tucked down, using footwork, speed and ability to stay out of trouble.” added Aston..
the chief support:
Former European champion and WBC world title
challenger Rendall Munroe meets Ryuta Miyagi in a non-title ten rounder.
and Towers face Belarussian opposition. Heavyweight Towers meeting Yuri
Bihoutseu over eight rounds, while Etches boxes Yauheni Abdurazakau
over four rounds.
former amateur star Tommy Stubbs makes his pro debut when he faces,
tricky Kuwaiti Anwar Alfadi, who boxes out of Ingle’s stable.
By Chris Maylett