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Gavin vs Witter: Frankie is Ready For The Big Showdown

By Edward Chaykovsky

Welterweight prospect Frankie Gavin (11-0, 8KOs) is ready to face former world champion Junior Witter (40-5, 22KOs) in the near future. Gavin returns on Friday against French national champion Frank Haroche Horta at the Bowlers Exhibition Centre in Manchester on Friday night in a defense of his WBO Intercontinental title.

The British Boxing Board of Control have ordered a final eliminator between Gavin and Witter for the British title, which champion Lee Purdy defends against Colin Lynes on November 9.

“I am confident of beating anyone in Britain, the only one who is a bit ahead of me is Kell Brook, but that’s not a fight I can never win. I have got the skill and pedigree, I just need more experience over 12 rounds and, next year, hopefully I will be challenging for world titles," Gavin told Sky Sports.  

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by Marshall89 on 10-24-2011

[QUOTE=hvirk;11331045]if he's dropping down to light welter why's he talking about kell? and witter's been fighting at welterweight as of late... gavin's gonna be a complete waste of talent.... he shouldn't be fighting above light-weight.... he's got no power higher…

Comment by hvirk on 10-24-2011

if he's dropping down to light welter why's he talking about kell? and witter's been fighting at welterweight as of late... gavin's gonna be a complete waste of talent.... he shouldn't be fighting above light-weight.... he's got no power higher…

Comment by Marshall89 on 10-24-2011

So Frankie's droppin back to Light Welterweight then? He needs to yu know.

Comment by PrinceNaz88 on 10-24-2011

[QUOTE=ThePhantom5;11330919]Oh how the mediocre have fallen. Corley, Harris, Witter all in the same sinking boat.[/QUOTE] Witter must need the cash bad to carry on fighting. Gavin will beat him I'm sure if he comes back with a good performance on…

Comment by Evil Abed on 10-24-2011

Oh how the mediocre have fallen. Corley, Harris, Witter all in the same sinking boat.

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