Liam Smith vs Sam Eggington




Liam Smith - Sam Eggington
Boxing on Saturday (30 March) 19:00 (GMT 0) 



Tomorrow evening several thrilling duels will take place at the M & S Bank Arena in Liverpool. Today, the weighing took place first.

Great battle in the main event?

"Eat or Die" should be the motto for Liam Smith (26-2-1, 14 KOs) and Sam Eggington (24-5-0, 15 KOs), who will face the main battle of the Liverpool event on Saturday. Smith recently lost a World Cup fight against youngster Jaime Munguia, while Eggington was unexpectedly stopped by Hassan Mwakinyo of Tanzania last September. Accordingly, both boxers have to win here in order to remain relevant.


Since neither Smith nor Eggington are known for their restrained, defensive-oriented boxing style, one can count on a varied battle in which no one will spare. The weight limit of super welterweight (69.853 kg) both could easily undercut.
Fowerler vs Fitzgerald 


Not so good to talk about are Anthony Fowler (9-0-0, 8 KOs) and Scott Fitzgerald (12-0-0, 9 KOs). For a long time there is a private feud between the two Super Weltergewichtlern, in particular on Twitter & co. always flares up. Also in the comparison of poisoned the undefeated counterparty. Fowler got the weight straight, but Fitzgerald needed three tries (including removing the underpants) to do the same.

Price vs Kash
Also in the heavyweight division it was not very friendly in the run up to the point. In the case of yesterday's PK, David Price (23-6-0, 19 KOs) and Kash Ali (15-0-0, 7 KOs) for several minutes earned bad insults, which was also fueled by the loud attachment of Ali. After some serious defeats local hero Price this duel against the untested Ali decide for himself, otherwise his career is probably over for good. With 114.3 kg (Price) and 110.2 kg (Ali) enough mass is available for a short-term fun.

Hughes vs Davies Jr
Joe Hughes (17-3-1, 7 KOs) and Robbie Davies Jr. (17-1-0, 12 KOs) meet in the battle for the British and European super-lightweight crowns. Hughes finally defeated the Italian Andrea Scarpa in his home country, while Davies scored a clear win over Glenn Foot. This is a British-British fight as it is in the book: neither of them exudes world class, but due to balanced strengths and weaknesses here is an exciting pairing. The limit of 63.503 kg both undercut significantly.

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