Headlining the card is a 50/50 English cruiserweight title bout between defending champion Deion Jumah & Sam Hyde, a stellar undercard accompanies the main event & below we’ll preview each bout
Osh Williams (pro debut)
There’s nothing quite like seeing a boxer make their professional boxing debut whether they’ve got a wealth of amateur experience or have served an apprenticeship on the unlicensed scene, stepping through the ropes as a fully fledged pro is an unrivalled thrill & one that befalls Osh Williams this Sunday. Boxing out of Deffryn Boxing club in Wales & recently linking up with Kieran Farrell in a management capacity it’ll be an exciting watch & a momentous occasion for the likeable Welshman.
Currently in the midst of 6 fight winning streak that includes a career best victory when stopping Emanuele Blandamura on away soil to claim the WBC silver middleweight title in 2019, Morrison at just 26 years of age has already amassed a 25 fight record & ‘Sweet MNM’ will be looking to kick off what could be a pivotal year with a tick over win here.
Mark Jeffers v Ben Thomas
The vacant Central Area Super Middleweight title is up for grabs as undefeated 10-0 Mark Jeffers boxes Ben Thomas in a fight could steal show, with both men having the opportunity to claim a maiden title, it should provide fireworks. At just 21 years old Jeffers has shown a lot promise thus far & is considered by many to be the favourite heading into the bout although Thomas is certainly a live underdog possessing natural height & size advantages.
Deion Jumah v Sam Hyde
In his 2 most recent victories Deion Jumah has claimed the Southern Area & English cruiserweight straps against his 2 toughest assignments by stoppage against Ossie Jerver & Wadi Camacho – a particularly impressive triumph, he holds a 12-0 record whilst across the ring will stand Sam Hyde, a man who has lost only once in a 17 fight career. The sole defeat for Hyde, via stoppage, came against current undefeated British champion Richard Riakporhe due to an horrific swelling above his eye that forced a TKO, that Hyde was ahead on all 3 judges cards at the time of the stoppage & Riakphores accomplishments since goes along way to show the capabilities of Hyde.
On paper this a true pick em fight & a shot at the British title awaits the victor, expect something a bit special here.
By Luke Carney of SimBoxx🥊
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