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Limond defends British title against Jenkins in Leeds

Willie Limond will defend his British Light Welterweight title against Chris Jenkins at the First Direct Arena in Leeds on April 11, live on Sky Sports.

Scotsman Limond wrestled the title from Curtis Woodhouse in Glasgow in June, landing a Lonsdale belt at the second time of asking after challenging Anthony Crolla for the Lightweight title back in 2011.

Willie Limond lands British Title, Stephen Simmons ends feud

Chief support to the Burns-Zlaticanin fight at the Braehead Arena saw Glasgow’s Willie Limond achieve his dream of becoming a British champion by out boxing and flooring Curtis Woodhouse twice to claim the British Light welterweight title. Limond’s Commonwealth strap was also on the line as these two gentlemen of the sport served up a thrilling twelve round contest which saw Limond win a wide points victory on two of the judges cards.

Limond: Defeat to Woodhouse is unthinkable

Willie Limond says he must beat Curtis Woodhouse when they clash for the British and Commonwealth Light Welterweight titles at the Braehead Arena in Glasgow on Friday June 27 live on Sky Sports – otherwise it could be the end of the road.

Limond defends his Commonwealth crown for the second time against Woodhouse having claimed the title last January and retaining it last June, while Woodhouse makes the first defence of the British belt he won in fantastic style against Darren Hamilton in Hull in February.

The Glasgow man enters his 42nd contest and having turned 35 in February, he concedes that any setbacks in his career now could spell the end of his 15 year association with the sport.

Limond: Defeat to Woodhouse is unthinkable

Willie Limond says he must beat Curtis Woodhouse when they clash for the British and Commonwealth Light Welterweight titles at the Braehead Arena in Glasgow on Friday June 27 live on Sky Sports – otherwise it could be the end of the road.

Limond defends his Commonwealth crown for the second time against Woodhouse having claimed the title last January and retaining it last June, while Woodhouse makes the first defence of the British belt he won in fantastic style against Darren Hamilton in Hull in February.

The Glasgow man enters his 42nd contest and having turned 35 in February, he concedes that any setbacks in his career now could spell the end of his 15 year association with the sport.

Limond: Defeat to Woodhouse is unthinkable

Willie Limond says he must beat Curtis Woodhouse when they clash for the British and Commonwealth Light Welterweight titles at the Braehead Arena in Glasgow on Friday June 27 live on Sky Sports – otherwise it could be the end of the road.

Limond defends his Commonwealth crown for the second time against Woodhouse having claimed the title last January and retaining it last June, while Woodhouse makes the first defence of the British belt he won in fantastic style against Darren Hamilton in Hull in February.

The Glasgow man enters his 42nd contest and having turned 35 in February, he concedes that any setbacks in his career now could spell the end of his 15 year association with the sport.

Limond: Defeat to Woodhouse is unthinkable

Willie Limond says he must beat Curtis Woodhouse when they clash for the British and Commonwealth Light Welterweight titles at the Braehead Arena in Glasgow on Friday June 27 live on Sky Sports – otherwise it could be the end of the road.

Limond defends his Commonwealth crown for the second time against Woodhouse having claimed the title last January and retaining it last June, while Woodhouse makes the first defence of the British belt he won in fantastic style against Darren Hamilton in Hull in February.

The Glasgow man enters his 42nd contest and having turned 35 in February, he concedes that any setbacks in his career now could spell the end of his 15 year association with the sport.

Limond: Defeat to Woodhouse is unthinkable

Willie Limond says he must beat Curtis Woodhouse when they clash for the British and Commonwealth Light Welterweight titles at the Braehead Arena in Glasgow on Friday June 27 live on Sky Sports – otherwise it could be the end of the road.

Limond defends his Commonwealth crown for the second time against Woodhouse having claimed the title last January and retaining it last June, while Woodhouse makes the first defence of the British belt he won in fantastic style against Darren Hamilton in Hull in February.

The Glasgow man enters his 42nd contest and having turned 35 in February, he concedes that any setbacks in his career now could spell the end of his 15 year association with the sport.

Limond: Defeat to Woodhouse is unthinkable

Willie Limond says he must beat Curtis Woodhouse when they clash for the British and Commonwealth Light Welterweight titles at the Braehead Arena in Glasgow on Friday June 27 live on Sky Sports – otherwise it could be the end of the road.

Limond defends his Commonwealth crown for the second time against Woodhouse having claimed the title last January and retaining it last June, while Woodhouse makes the first defence of the British belt he won in fantastic style against Darren Hamilton in Hull in February.

The Glasgow man enters his 42nd contest and having turned 35 in February, he concedes that any setbacks in his career now could spell the end of his 15 year association with the sport.

Limond: Defeat to Woodhouse is unthinkable

Willie Limond says he must beat Curtis Woodhouse when they clash for the British and Commonwealth Light Welterweight titles at the Braehead Arena in Glasgow on Friday June 27 live on Sky Sports – otherwise it could be the end of the road.

Limond defends his Commonwealth crown for the second time against Woodhouse having claimed the title last January and retaining it last June, while Woodhouse makes the first defence of the British belt he won in fantastic style against Darren Hamilton in Hull in February.

The Glasgow man enters his 42nd contest and having turned 35 in February, he concedes that any setbacks in his career now could spell the end of his 15 year association with the sport.

Limond: Defeat to Woodhouse is unthinkable

Willie Limond says he must beat Curtis Woodhouse when they clash for the British and Commonwealth Light Welterweight titles at the Braehead Arena in Glasgow on Friday June 27 live on Sky Sports – otherwise it could be the end of the road.

Limond defends his Commonwealth crown for the second time against Woodhouse having claimed the title last January and retaining it last June, while Woodhouse makes the first defence of the British belt he won in fantastic style against Darren Hamilton in Hull in February.

The Glasgow man enters his 42nd contest and having turned 35 in February, he concedes that any setbacks in his career now could spell the end of his 15 year association with the sport.

Limond: Defeat to Woodhouse is unthinkable

Willie Limond says he must beat Curtis Woodhouse when they clash for the British and Commonwealth Light Welterweight titles at the Braehead Arena in Glasgow on Friday June 27 live on Sky Sports – otherwise it could be the end of the road.

Limond defends his Commonwealth crown for the second time against Woodhouse having claimed the title last January and retaining it last June, while Woodhouse makes the first defence of the British belt he won in fantastic style against Darren Hamilton in Hull in February.

The Glasgow man enters his 42nd contest and having turned 35 in February, he concedes that any setbacks in his career now could spell the end of his 15 year association with the sport.

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