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Les Sherrington vs. Jorge Gomez Perez on June 7th

Adding to the hype surrounding the “Smithy Brings the big fights 4” fight night on June 7 which will be headlined by current WBF World middleweight champion and WBO world number 8 Les “Lock N Load” Sherrington when he takes on Paraguay champion Jorge Gomez Perez, rising local star “Iron” Will Young has secured his fight on the undercard.

Young who scored his first KO win in his last outing over Townsville’s Derek Webber and is fast growing a reputation as one of Australia’s most crowd pleasing fighters with his all action style, will this time step in to the ring against Sydney’s slick James Kinsela.

Kinsela, who has also had three professional outings with only one defeat, has youth on his side and will be looking to capitalize on his fast hands as he takes on the heavy handed Young.

Promoter Brendon Smith who is also Will Young’s trainer and manager says he is excited to add yet another great fight to what will be a great night of boxing.

“Once again we have a fight here that could bring the house down” said Smith.

“I am very happy with the way Will has been improving through each fight. We have had a great training camp which has included a stint in Thailand where he had the chance to box with boxers from all over the world including France and Russia.”

“We have had the opportunity to really work on his movements and I am now looking forward to Will being able to capitalize on this and once again give the people of Toowoomba another great show”.

This fight will take place on the undercard of “Smithy Brings the big Fights 4” which will be headlined by current WBF world Middleweight champion and WBO world number 8 Les “Lock N Load” Sherrington when he takes on Paraguay champion Jorge Gomez Perez.

The undercard will also feature the exciting international matchup between Philippine star Jack “The Assassin” Asis against Argentina’s Jose Saez as well as local stars Kris George and Josh Webb and another adopted local originally from England Darren Askew.

Tickets to “Smithy Brings the Big fights 4” will remain the same as the previous events, that is $45 for general and $75 for ringside. 

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