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 Last update:  11/7/2013       Read more by Random Hits         
   
Toney, Gavern, Wills, Minto vs. Sprott, Legg, Olubamiwo
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Former Prizefighter champion Michael Sprott is aiming to be the last man standing once again as he joins Team UK against Team USA in Joshua and The Prizefighters, live on Sky Sports on Thursday November 14 from the York Hall, Bethnal Green.

Sprott beat Matt Skelton in the final of the fourth Heavyweight edition back in October 2010 but has a score to settle with Heavyweights from across the water after he lost out to American KO king Tye Fields in the Prizefighter International Heavyweights in May 2011.

Sprott joins Hackney’s Larry Olubamiwo, Milton Keynes’ Matt Legg and Hertfordshire’s Tom Little in Team UK, who face up to former three-weight World Champion James Toney in Team USA.

Toney, who is London early to appear on Ringside this evening, is joined in the US quartet by Californian Damian Wills, former World Cruiserweight challenger Brian Minto and Florida’s Jason Gavern.

Olympic Gold medal hero Anthony Joshua MBE faces Croatian Hrvoje Kisicek in his third pro fight while Cruiserweight prospect Ben Ileyemi meets Moses Matovu in his second pro outing.

Tags: James Toney , Michael Sprott



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comment by joe strong, on 11-07-2013
sprott is the only decent UK fighter. toney actually has a chance & that would be bad if he won. you know he'd be looking for bigger fights & he really could get hurt... hard to pick a winner. the funny thing is gavern is the most active fighter & if he gets in shape he has a good chance of winni...

comment by chocolate, on 11-07-2013
[QUOTE=Ulver]Toney is one good head shot away from being Mago Abdusalamov. The man can barely speak as it is. He's pitiful and should not be allowed to box,[/QUOTE] This is pretty much a gloryfied exhibition 3 round fight tournement against fellow gatekeepers/journeymen, i have no probl...

comment by Adamjr91, on 11-07-2013
[QUOTE=Ulver]Toney is one good head shot away from being Mago Abdusalamov. The man can barely speak as it is. He's pitiful and should not be allowed to box,[/QUOTE] Toney pitiful?! The man is a living legend and I'm going to enjoy him while he's still around. I expect him to tear up this...

comment by Ulver, on 11-07-2013
[QUOTE=Enzo Mc is ****]Good fun lineup[/QUOTE] Toney is one good head shot away from being Mago Abdusalamov. The man can barely speak as it is. He's pitiful and should not be allowed to box,

comment by Enzo Mc is SHIT, on 11-07-2013
Good fun lineup

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