Richard Towers Drops EU Belt To Pursue Browne
By Per Ake Persson
British heavyweight Richard Towers, 14-0, was for a while double-booked with a defense of the EU title set for October 18 againt Johan Duhaupas in Abbeville and a Commonwealth eliminator against Lucas Browne on November 2 in Hull. Towers has now however relinquished the EU crown and the French promoter is now looking for the highest rated available oppponent to save the October 18 promotion.
Second rate paper belt anyway, Dereck Chisora is the real european champion.Comment by Light_Speed on 09-24-2013
If Towers beats Browne then : Towers > Browne > Toney? :lol1:Comment by Mick Higgs on 09-24-2013
The question is will Price honour the order to fight the winner? I see a Browne win here as Towers has done nothing of relivance for about 2 years while Browne has kept active.Comment by joe strong on 09-24-2013
I would stay fighting browne in the commonwealth eliminator. the winner would be in line for a fight with david price...Post a Comment - View More User Comments (4)