Troy Williamson and Josh Kelly will face off for the British junior middleweight title. “Trojan” will defend the title, and “handsome” will try to take it away. The battle will take place on December 2 this year in Newcastle at the Utility Arena. The bout is of great interest to the British audience, but boxing fans outside the island are ready to watch this meeting. Bets on this fight are accepted in yuklab olish android Mostbet.
Bookmakers believe that the chances of winning are approximately equal for both fighters. Williamson has a very slight advantage. In general, a stubborn battle is expected in the north-east of England.
A native of Darlington has played 20 fights among the pros and has not suffered a single defeat. With 19 victories (14 by knockout), Troy brought one fight to a draw. The World Championship took place with Jack Flatley in Manchester in June 2018. Then the Trojan defeated Rafal Jatskevich, Kevin McCauley, Ionut Trandafir, Edwin Palacios, Ben Douglas, Dario Sokka, Daniel Urbanski, Harry Scarff, Cyrus Smith, Ted Cheesman and Mason Cartwright in turn. In most cases, the Briton defeated his opponents ahead of schedule.
Williamson is in good shape, but the “Trojan” is waiting for a battle with an unyielding and rather technical opponent. So the reigning champion of Great Britain in the first middleweight should not underestimate the opponent.
“Handsome” in the professional ring held 14 battles, in which he won 12 (7 by knockout) and lost once, and also brought the fight to a draw. During the third defense of the WBA International welterweight title, Josh did not reveal the strongest with American Ray Robinson. Kelly then defeated Wiston Campos on points. In the fight for the right to become the owner of the EBU European welterweight belt in London, the native of Sunderland was knocked out by David Avanesyan. In the last two fights, the Briton has timed Peter Kramer and the referee’s decision turned out to be stronger than Lucas Brian Ariel Bastida.
“Pritty Boy” is hardy, but it will not be easy to beat the undefeated compatriot right-hander from Tyne and Wear.
The “Trojan” has a powerful knockout blow, but the same cannot be said about the “handsome”. In addition, Williamson will definitely not sag in physical terms, the preparation is at the level and this is another plus in favor of the pair’s favorite. The confrontation may well last the entire distance, but, with a high probability, Troy should win.