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Manchester’s Liam “Dynamo” Taylor is a highly skilled fighter with an excellent record of 13–1 (5KO).

His only defeat came on points against Tyrone Nurse when challenging for the British title in 2015. Liam gave a good account of himself in that fight, despite taking it a two days notice, but lost on points.

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He has picked up two wins since that loss to Nurse, but after an hand injury has not boxed for over a year. His next fight will be on 18th February at the Victoria Warehouse. Taylor is looking to line himself up for a title shot this year and has bags of talent to go with his ambition.

After starting his career with coach Darren McCarrick, Liam has now decided to make a change and recently went across the other side of the city to link up with Steve Maylett, he hopes the change will help him at this stage of his career.

Watch the interview above by Aky Karim.

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