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Gethin Takes Inspiration From Crolla Win

Martin Gethin has taken inspiration from Anthony Crolla’s stoppage victory over John Murray on Saturday evening.

The Walsall boxer has been sparring fellow lightweight, Crolla, in the build up to his British Title defence against Derry Mathews at the Liverpool Olympia on Saturday, May 10th.

Gethin has been a regular visitor to Joe Gallagher’s Manchester-based gym in recent weeks as he and Crolla have helped each other prepare for their respective fights. Now, after watching his friend record a career-best win on Saturday night, Gethin is ready to follow in his foot-steps with a victory over Mathews.

Gethin Takes Inspiration From Crolla Win

Martin Gethin has taken inspiration from Anthony Crolla’s stoppage victory over John Murray on Saturday evening.

The Walsall boxer has been sparring fellow lightweight, Crolla, in the build up to his British Title defence against Derry Mathews at the Liverpool Olympia on Saturday, May 10th.

Gethin has been a regular visitor to Joe Gallagher’s Manchester-based gym in recent weeks as he and Crolla have helped each other prepare for their respective fights. Now, after watching his friend record a career-best win on Saturday night, Gethin is ready to follow in his foot-steps with a victory over Mathews.

Gethin Takes Inspiration From Crolla Win

Martin Gethin has taken inspiration from Anthony Crolla’s stoppage victory over John Murray on Saturday evening.

The Walsall boxer has been sparring fellow lightweight, Crolla, in the build up to his British Title defence against Derry Mathews at the Liverpool Olympia on Saturday, May 10th.

Gethin has been a regular visitor to Joe Gallagher’s Manchester-based gym in recent weeks as he and Crolla have helped each other prepare for their respective fights. Now, after watching his friend record a career-best win on Saturday night, Gethin is ready to follow in his foot-steps with a victory over Mathews.

Gethin Takes Inspiration From Crolla Win

Martin Gethin has taken inspiration from Anthony Crolla’s stoppage victory over John Murray on Saturday evening.

The Walsall boxer has been sparring fellow lightweight, Crolla, in the build up to his British Title defence against Derry Mathews at the Liverpool Olympia on Saturday, May 10th.

Gethin has been a regular visitor to Joe Gallagher’s Manchester-based gym in recent weeks as he and Crolla have helped each other prepare for their respective fights. Now, after watching his friend record a career-best win on Saturday night, Gethin is ready to follow in his foot-steps with a victory over Mathews.

A Great night for Scott Quigg, Anthony Crolla and Joe Gallagher

It was a case of anything you can do, I can do better, tonight in Manchester for Bury’s Scott Quigg, who successfully retained his WBA super-bantamweight title for the third time.  Quigg, 28-0-2 (21), matched the performance of two weeks ago by his great domestic rival Carl Frampton, by stopping overmatched challenger Tshifhiwa Munyai, 24-3-1 (12), in the second round.  Munyai was in a bad way after the stoppage and was taken to hospital after the fight for precautionary checks.

A Great night for Scott Quigg, Anthony Crolla and Joe Gallagher

It was a case of anything you can do, I can do better, tonight in Manchester for Bury’s Scott Quigg, who successfully retained his WBA super-bantamweight title for the third time.  Quigg, 28-0-2 (21), matched the performance of two weeks ago by his great domestic rival Carl Frampton, by stopping overmatched challenger Tshifhiwa Munyai, 24-3-1 (12), in the second round.  Munyai was in a bad way after the stoppage and was taken to hospital after the fight for precautionary checks.

A Great night for Scott Quigg, Anthony Crolla and Joe Gallagher

It was a case of anything you can do, I can do better, tonight in Manchester for Bury’s Scott Quigg, who successfully retained his WBA super-bantamweight title for the third time.  Quigg, 28-0-2 (21), matched the performance of two weeks ago by his great domestic rival Carl Frampton, by stopping overmatched challenger Tshifhiwa Munyai, 24-3-1 (12), in the second round.  Munyai was in a bad way after the stoppage and was taken to hospital after the fight for precautionary checks.

A Great night for Scott Quigg, Anthony Crolla and Joe Gallagher

It was a case of anything you can do, I can do better, tonight in Manchester for Bury’s Scott Quigg, who successfully retained his WBA super-bantamweight title for the third time.  Quigg, 28-0-2 (21), matched the performance of two weeks ago by his great domestic rival Carl Frampton, by stopping overmatched challenger Tshifhiwa Munyai, 24-3-1 (12), in the second round.  Munyai was in a bad way after the stoppage and was taken to hospital after the fight for precautionary checks.

A Great night for Scott Quigg, Anthony Crolla and Joe Gallagher

It was a case of anything you can do, I can do better, tonight in Manchester for Bury’s Scott Quigg, who successfully retained his WBA super-bantamweight title for the third time.  Quigg, 28-0-2 (21), matched the performance of two weeks ago by his great domestic rival Carl Frampton, by stopping overmatched challenger Tshifhiwa Munyai, 24-3-1 (12), in the second round.  Munyai was in a bad way after the stoppage and was taken to hospital after the fight for precautionary checks.

A Great night for Scott Quigg, Anthony Crolla and Joe Gallagher

It was a case of anything you can do, I can do better, tonight in Manchester for Bury’s Scott Quigg, who successfully retained his WBA super-bantamweight title for the third time.  Quigg, 28-0-2 (21), matched the performance of two weeks ago by his great domestic rival Carl Frampton, by stopping overmatched challenger Tshifhiwa Munyai, 24-3-1 (12), in the second round.  Munyai was in a bad way after the stoppage and was taken to hospital after the fight for precautionary checks.

A Great night for Scott Quigg, Anthony Crolla and Joe Gallagher

It was a case of anything you can do, I can do better, tonight in Manchester for Bury’s Scott Quigg, who successfully retained his WBA super-bantamweight title for the third time.  Quigg, 28-0-2 (21), matched the performance of two weeks ago by his great domestic rival Carl Frampton, by stopping overmatched challenger Tshifhiwa Munyai, 24-3-1 (12), in the second round.  Munyai was in a bad way after the stoppage and was taken to hospital after the fight for precautionary checks.

A Great night for Scott Quigg, Anthony Crolla and Joe Gallagher

It was a case of anything you can do, I can do better, tonight in Manchester for Bury’s Scott Quigg, who successfully retained his WBA super-bantamweight title for the third time.  Quigg, 28-0-2 (21), matched the performance of two weeks ago by his great domestic rival Carl Frampton, by stopping overmatched challenger Tshifhiwa Munyai, 24-3-1 (12), in the second round.  Munyai was in a bad way after the stoppage and was taken to hospital after the fight for precautionary checks.

A Great night for Scott Quigg, Anthony Crolla and Joe Gallagher

It was a case of anything you can do, I can do better, tonight in Manchester for Bury’s Scott Quigg, who successfully retained his WBA super-bantamweight title for the third time.  Quigg, 28-0-2 (21), matched the performance of two weeks ago by his great domestic rival Carl Frampton, by stopping overmatched challenger Tshifhiwa Munyai, 24-3-1 (12), in the second round.  Munyai was in a bad way after the stoppage and was taken to hospital after the fight for precautionary checks.

A Great night for Scott Quigg, Anthony Crolla and Joe Gallagher

It was a case of anything you can do, I can do better, tonight in Manchester for Bury’s Scott Quigg, who successfully retained his WBA super-bantamweight title for the third time.  Quigg, 28-0-2 (21), matched the performance of two weeks ago by his great domestic rival Carl Frampton, by stopping overmatched challenger Tshifhiwa Munyai, 24-3-1 (12), in the second round.  Munyai was in a bad way after the stoppage and was taken to hospital after the fight for precautionary checks.

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