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Liam Smith assesses the rival champions – ‘K9’ has to be the easiest route to a world title

British light-middleweight boss Liam Smith edges ever closer to the major international titles.

The 26 year old Liverpudlian is now undefeated in 20 and holds world rankings with the IBF, WBA and WBO.

And the lad they call ‘Beefy’ will be looking to improve on his listing with the latter sanctioning crew when he debates their Inter-Continental strap against 22 year old Argentinean David Ezequiel Romero on the huge Echo Arena bill in his home city of Liverpool this Saturday, live and exclusive on BoxNation (Sky Ch. 437/HD 490, Virgin 546, Talk Talk 525).

Liam Smith assesses the rival champions – ‘K9’ has to be the easiest route to a world title

British light-middleweight boss Liam Smith edges ever closer to the major international titles.

The 26 year old Liverpudlian is now undefeated in 20 and holds world rankings with the IBF, WBA and WBO.

And the lad they call ‘Beefy’ will be looking to improve on his listing with the latter sanctioning crew when he debates their Inter-Continental strap against 22 year old Argentinean David Ezequiel Romero on the huge Echo Arena bill in his home city of Liverpool this Saturday, live and exclusive on BoxNation (Sky Ch. 437/HD 490, Virgin 546, Talk Talk 525).

Liam Smith assesses the rival champions – ‘K9’ has to be the easiest route to a world title

British light-middleweight boss Liam Smith edges ever closer to the major international titles.

The 26 year old Liverpudlian is now undefeated in 20 and holds world rankings with the IBF, WBA and WBO.

And the lad they call ‘Beefy’ will be looking to improve on his listing with the latter sanctioning crew when he debates their Inter-Continental strap against 22 year old Argentinean David Ezequiel Romero on the huge Echo Arena bill in his home city of Liverpool this Saturday, live and exclusive on BoxNation (Sky Ch. 437/HD 490, Virgin 546, Talk Talk 525).

Liam Smith assesses the rival champions – ‘K9’ has to be the easiest route to a world title

British light-middleweight boss Liam Smith edges ever closer to the major international titles.

The 26 year old Liverpudlian is now undefeated in 20 and holds world rankings with the IBF, WBA and WBO.

And the lad they call ‘Beefy’ will be looking to improve on his listing with the latter sanctioning crew when he debates their Inter-Continental strap against 22 year old Argentinean David Ezequiel Romero on the huge Echo Arena bill in his home city of Liverpool this Saturday, live and exclusive on BoxNation (Sky Ch. 437/HD 490, Virgin 546, Talk Talk 525).

Liam Williams confident of winning first title

Hard-hitting Welsh ace Liam William targets his first professional title when he takes on Michael Lomax for the Vacant Commonwealth Light-Middleweight title at the Hilton Hotel, Park Lane, on Monday 24th November.

The fight headlines promoter Frank Warren’s annual dinner show in support of the music therapy charity Nordoff Robbins that is dedicated to transforming the lives of vulnerable children and adults.  The national charity works with people with a range of challenges such as autism, dementia, depression and physical and learning disabilities through the power of music.

Liam Williams: “If I was offered a British title fight against Liam Smith tomorrow, I’d accept it and expect to win”

Downsizing has enabled Liam ‘The Machine’ Williams to move up through the boxing ranks.

A former six time British amateur champion, the 22 year old from Clydach Vale in the Rhondda valley began his pro career in the middleweight division but his decision to streamline last year has taken him to the cusp of a British title challenge down at 11 stone.

The former roofer, now unbeaten in 11 (one technical draw) knows that, provided he continues to win, he’ll get a crack at domestic glory before the pending 2014-15 season is through.

Liam Williams impresses in stopping Ronnie Heffron

22-year-old Liam Williams, shined while getting the best win of his career against Ronnie Heffron at the Phones 4u Arena, Manchester. The Gary Lockett trained Welsh boxer from Clydach Vale, showed speed, shot variety and class in the light middleweight contest; that was an eliminator for the British title.

Liam Williams impresses in stopping Ronnie Heffron

22-year-old Liam Williams, shined while getting the best win of his career against Ronnie Heffron at the Phones 4u Arena, Manchester. The Gary Lockett trained Welsh boxer from Clydach Vale, showed speed, shot variety and class in the light middleweight contest; that was an eliminator for the British title.

Liam Williams impresses in stopping Ronnie Heffron

22-year-old Liam Williams, shined while getting the best win of his career against Ronnie Heffron at the Phones 4u Arena, Manchester. The Gary Lockett trained Welsh boxer from Clydach Vale, showed speed, shot variety and class in the light middleweight contest; that was an eliminator for the British title.

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