Undefeated Englishman Josh "The Boss" Baillie, who now resides in Toowoomba and fights out of Smithy's Gym under Brendon Smith, is set to square off against fellow local boxer renowned for his toughness Kyle "Tank" Teer who is trained by Craig Monagle at Trading Blows in Toowoomba. The pair are set to meet in what is sure to be an all action affair on the undercard of "Smithy Brings the Big Fights 7" on July 4th at Rumours International in Toowoomba.
Baillie made his professional debut in impressive style with a round 1 TKO on the undercard of the last instalment of Smithy Brings the Big Fights in March. This follows an impressive amateur career in England. However he is set to now face the biggest test of his life against the "never say die" Teer.
"I'm looking forward to getting in there again, it's going to be Kyle Teer lands a right hand a good hard fight," said Josh Baillie.
"I respect Kyle, I know he is a very tough boxer who always comes to fight but I have had a great preparation and trained very hard for this."
Teer, who is a crowd favourite renowned for his all action wars and his involvement in the 2011 Fox Sports fight of the year is never in a dull fight and will be looking to bounce back after a cut caused the doctor to stop his QLD title fight back in October last year. His trainer Craig Monagle believes that the fight against Josh will be the perfect way to do it.
"If Josh thinks he has an easy one he better rethink because he has a tank coming at him on July 4" said Teer's trainer Craig Monagle.
This fight will take place on the undercard of "Smithy Brings the Big Fights 7" at Rumours International in Toowoomba. Headlining the fight night will be the long awaited rematch of former two time world champion Michael Katsids "The Great" against England's Graham "Duke of" Earl for the WBU world junior welterweight championship. As well as this "The Great White" Brayd Smith will defend his WBC world youth silver title against Tanzanian champion Jay Jay Ngotiko. Also on the card will be the battle of the big men "The Hermanator" Herman Ene-Purcell vs "Frosty the ice man" Jamie Frost. "Iron" Will Young will square off against Emanuel Micallef for the Australian featherweight title. English import Darren "The Cumbrian Cyclone" will take on Indonesian Eddy Comaro as well as Filipino star Jack Asis and Tressa "T-Rex" Lindenberg.
Tickets are on sale now at Smithy's Gym. The prices are the same as the previous event at $95 for Ringside A, $75 for Ringside B and $55 for general tickets.Tags: boxing