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Hughie Fury, Jordan Gill Back, 9/14 on Galahad-Dickens

London - Jordan ‘The Thrill’ Gill is “feeling brilliant” and ready to give a “big performance” at the Magna Centre on the Kid Galahad undercard, Saturday 14th September.

The 19-year-old is “raring” to get in there and hopes to deliver a “big stoppage”.

“I’m feeling brilliant, training is going great, I feel in the shape of my life – I’m ready and raring to go,” Jordan said

“I’m 100%, I feel strong as an ox and I’m going to go out and smash somebody for four rounds.

"I’ve been developing different shots, new combinations; fast flurries not just single shots - there’s going to be some good foot movement, maybe a little showboating, but hopefully a big stoppage in maybe the third or fourth round.”

The young super featherweight from Chatteris has won all six of his professional contests to date and is hoping to reward his faithful fans with a stand out performance.

“I always get brilliant support from Chatteris and I thank all my fans massively because they follow me wherever I go, whether it be Peterborough, Bluewater, Sheffield,” Jordan said.

“Wherever I go they’re there and they’re shouting for me and that’s what keeps me going and hopefully on the 14th I can reward them with a big performance.”

Gill fights on the Kid Galahad vs Jazza Dickens undercard at the Magna Centre, Rotherham on Saturday 14th September.

The Hennessy Sports show also features the hot middleweight prospect Chris Eubank Jr and young heavyweight star Hughie Lewis Fury.

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