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Old 09-17-2012, 10:02 AM
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Post Comments Thread For: UK News: John Simpson Returns Thus Saturday

Greenock super-featherweight John Simpson returns to action this Saturday (22nd September) on the huge Glasgow fight night at the SECC headlined by Ricky Burns v Kevin Mitchell.

Since debuting at title class back in November 2004, when he was unceremoniously shafted in a British title challenge to Hereford’s Dazzo Williams, the teak tough 5ft 7in Scot has debated 15 British, Commonwealth or WBU title fights, spanning 143 rounds!

His arm has been lifted after seven of those and the seven decisions that fell the opposite way teetered between perilously close to abject robberies. Only Barry’s Lee Selby – who punctured him with a body shot in round five of a British and Commonwealth crack last December – has beaten Simpson comprehensively.

Yet the road warrior, 23-9, whose scalp list contains Andy Morris (twice) Paul Truscutt (twice), Stevie Bell, Martin Lindsay and Paul Appleby keeps battling on.

Yesterday afternoon, boxing writer Glynn Evans caught up with one of his favourite fighters and found him in uncharacteristically chatty mood ahead of his Celtic title defence against Dai Davies on the big Glasgow bill this weekend. [Click Here To Read More]
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