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Leo D’Erlanger Plans Explosive Clash With Fazeldin

London - Leo D’Erlanger guarantees “explosive” performance ahead of his rematch with gym mate Muheeb Fazeldin at the Magna Centre, Rotherham, on the Kid Galahad undercard, Saturday 14th September.

The 5’8” lightweight says he is “training hard” and “can’t wait” to set the record straight.

“I can’t wait, it can’t come soon enough, I’m training hard and I feel great,” Leo said.

“I’m working on new things all the time, so I can’t wait to get it on - it will be explosive.

“I don’t want to give away too much, so you’ve just got to get yourselves down there and see what happens.”

When the Ingle Gym trained pair first met at Glow, Bluewater on the James DeGale MBE bill in June, the contest was declared a draw, but Leo felt he had done enough to win the fight.

Now the 30-year-old Banbury man is out to set the record straight and show he is the better man.

“I thought I won the first time, I thought I landed the better shots, so this time I’m going to beat him better - but I thought I’d done enough.”

D'Erlanger 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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