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Photos: Cleverly-Bellew, DeGale-Wilczewski Final Press

By Luke Furman

The final press concerence was held for Saturday's monster doubleheader at the Echo Arena in Liverpool. In the main event, the long awaited bout between domestic rivals Nathan Cleverly (22-0, 11KOs) and Tony Bellew (16-0, 10KOs). Cleverly stakes his WBO light heavyweight title. In the co-main event, super middleweight James DeGale (0-1, 8KOs) returns for the first time since losing to George Groves earlier this year, and faces EBU champion Piotr Wilczewski (29-1, 10KOs). Photos by bokser.org

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by New England on 10-14-2011

maybe he was just blessed with a nice tone of skin but chunky degale always looks like he's come straight out the tanning booth

Comment by NoLove on 10-14-2011

Cleverly looks alot more clear headed now, he's no longer rattled. He should stop Bellew in 6. What wrong with Vince in the 3rd pic.

Comment by War-Robbo on 10-14-2011

War Degale and Cleverly, will make my night if both of them win!!

Comment by charlieg on 10-14-2011

Bellew is out of his depth. Cleverly is not a world beater, but he's a much higher level than Bellew. From the fights I've seen of Bellew, he's vulnerable (knocked down by some absolute bums) and not particularly skillful. I…

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