26th April 2012
But big Sam (15-2) believes the biggest shock will happen when he travels to Merseyside and challenges David Price (12-0) for the vacant British and Commonwealth crowns.
Sexton, 27, said: “I reckon Norwich has a great chance of beating Liverpool this weekend and I aim to complete a famous sporting double.
“I have fought far better quality opponents and I think that will show.”
In the chief support Ashley Theophane (31-4-1) defends his British light-welterweight crown against local Steve Williams (12-1).