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Full Card Report: Craig Kennedy defeats Courtney Fry in Newport

Craig Kennedy scored a unanimous victory against Courtney Fry on Friday in ten thrilling rounds at the Newport centre. The atmosphere was electric – both fighters wanted the spoils of victory in this British Cruiserweight title eliminator and it reflected in the quality of the battle.

Prizefighter Lightweights III – quarter-final draw

Danny Connor and Michael Devine will rematch in the quarter-finals of the Prizefighter Lightweights III on Saturday night at York Hall, Bethnal Green on Saturday night, live on Sky Sports.

Connor and Devine met in the same venue in September only for their ten-rounder to be halted prematurely when a clash of heads left Connor with a cut that he couldn’t continue to box with.

Both men expressed their desire to meet in Matchroom Sport’s eight-man, one night tournament this weekend and their wish was granted as their names were pulled out of the hat live on Sky Sports News by Johnny Nelson and Adam Smith.

Buckland and Foster Jnr lead Prizefighter line-up

Gary Buckland and Stephen Foster Jnr lead the line-up for the Prizefighter Lightweights III at York Hall, Bethnal Green on December 6, live on Sky Sports – with Martin J. Ward facing Maxi Hughes on the show in an eliminator for the British Super Featherweight title.

Buckland returns to the scene of his Prizefighter Super Featherweights win in November 2010 where he saw off Stevie Bell in the quarter-finals, dramatically wiped out Gary Sykes in the first round of their semi-final before knocking out Derry Mathews in the second round of the final to lift the trophy.

UK fighters avoid Commey; Buckland steps up to the challenge

Goodwin Promotions are delighted to announce the biggest and strongest card they have ever staged on 12 th July with a phenomenal top of the bill when Richard “Azonto” Commey (17 wins 17 knockouts) challenges for the vacant Commonwealth Lightweight title against former British Champion Gary Buckland from Wales.

It is at last Commey’s chance to show the British public what he can do at the highest level after his fight with Derry Matthews fell through. For Buckland it is a chance to get back into the title mix after his two titanic battles with Gavin Rees.

The show starts at 4pm and is not expected to finish before midnight

UK fighters avoid Commey; Buckland steps up to the challenge

Goodwin Promotions are delighted to announce the biggest and strongest card they have ever staged on 12 th July with a phenomenal top of the bill when Richard “Azonto” Commey (17 wins 17 knockouts) challenges for the vacant Commonwealth Lightweight title against former British Champion Gary Buckland from Wales.

It is at last Commey’s chance to show the British public what he can do at the highest level after his fight with Derry Matthews fell through. For Buckland it is a chance to get back into the title mix after his two titanic battles with Gavin Rees.

The show starts at 4pm and is not expected to finish before midnight

UK fighters avoid Commey; Buckland steps up to the challenge

Goodwin Promotions are delighted to announce the biggest and strongest card they have ever staged on 12 th July with a phenomenal top of the bill when Richard “Azonto” Commey (17 wins 17 knockouts) challenges for the vacant Commonwealth Lightweight title against former British Champion Gary Buckland from Wales.

It is at last Commey’s chance to show the British public what he can do at the highest level after his fight with Derry Matthews fell through. For Buckland it is a chance to get back into the title mix after his two titanic battles with Gavin Rees.

The show starts at 4pm and is not expected to finish before midnight

UK fighters avoid Commey; Buckland steps up to the challenge

Goodwin Promotions are delighted to announce the biggest and strongest card they have ever staged on 12 th July with a phenomenal top of the bill when Richard “Azonto” Commey (17 wins 17 knockouts) challenges for the vacant Commonwealth Lightweight title against former British Champion Gary Buckland from Wales.

It is at last Commey’s chance to show the British public what he can do at the highest level after his fight with Derry Matthews fell through. For Buckland it is a chance to get back into the title mix after his two titanic battles with Gavin Rees.

The show starts at 4pm and is not expected to finish before midnight

UK fighters avoid Commey; Buckland steps up to the challenge

Goodwin Promotions are delighted to announce the biggest and strongest card they have ever staged on 12 th July with a phenomenal top of the bill when Richard “Azonto” Commey (17 wins 17 knockouts) challenges for the vacant Commonwealth Lightweight title against former British Champion Gary Buckland from Wales.

It is at last Commey’s chance to show the British public what he can do at the highest level after his fight with Derry Matthews fell through. For Buckland it is a chance to get back into the title mix after his two titanic battles with Gavin Rees.

The show starts at 4pm and is not expected to finish before midnight

UK fighters avoid Commey; Buckland steps up to the challenge

Goodwin Promotions are delighted to announce the biggest and strongest card they have ever staged on 12 th July with a phenomenal top of the bill when Richard “Azonto” Commey (17 wins 17 knockouts) challenges for the vacant Commonwealth Lightweight title against former British Champion Gary Buckland from Wales.

It is at last Commey’s chance to show the British public what he can do at the highest level after his fight with Derry Matthews fell through. For Buckland it is a chance to get back into the title mix after his two titanic battles with Gavin Rees.

The show starts at 4pm and is not expected to finish before midnight

UK fighters avoid Commey; Buckland steps up to the challenge

Goodwin Promotions are delighted to announce the biggest and strongest card they have ever staged on 12 th July with a phenomenal top of the bill when Richard “Azonto” Commey (17 wins 17 knockouts) challenges for the vacant Commonwealth Lightweight title against former British Champion Gary Buckland from Wales.

It is at last Commey’s chance to show the British public what he can do at the highest level after his fight with Derry Matthews fell through. For Buckland it is a chance to get back into the title mix after his two titanic battles with Gavin Rees.

The show starts at 4pm and is not expected to finish before midnight

UK fighters avoid Commey; Buckland steps up to the challenge

Goodwin Promotions are delighted to announce the biggest and strongest card they have ever staged on 12 th July with a phenomenal top of the bill when Richard “Azonto” Commey (17 wins 17 knockouts) challenges for the vacant Commonwealth Lightweight title against former British Champion Gary Buckland from Wales.

It is at last Commey’s chance to show the British public what he can do at the highest level after his fight with Derry Matthews fell through. For Buckland it is a chance to get back into the title mix after his two titanic battles with Gavin Rees.

The show starts at 4pm and is not expected to finish before midnight

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