I haven't seen much of him but he looks a good prospect, think he's a counter puncher? So his current rate of opposition isn't going to make him look too good, hopefully Matchroom step him up next fight. He's still young though and was one of our best amateur lightweights, holds 2 wins over Josh Taylor who went to the Olympics.
John Ryder is a hot prospect, definitely one to watch out for and Eamonn O'Kane is a former Irish amateur star who recently turned pro and has won Prizefighter already, he's only 8 - 0.
I've been impressed with what I've seen from Ryder so far, so I'm really looking forward to seeing how he does against a top opponent. I cannot wait for Marquez-Pac either, I'm hyped up to see Marquez take Pac apart and I just hope he gets the victory this time - he deserves it.
Nah, mate. I've not seen that fight. I'll check it out over the weekend.
Eubank, I agree, just got a very good win in beating Pryce. I'm loving his current activity. Mike Tyson always said it was Cus' opinion that the more often you fight, the better you shall become. Even more so than training.
What a wounder it is about Purdy though. He's pulled out due to illness. I was really looking for to it. It's a shame really.
Price will defeat Fury, I feel too. Whenever it will happen, it'll be good for British boxing.