Newbridge’s Bradley ‘Sugar Sweet’ Pryce (34-15, 18KO) believes that he’s far from finished after a gallant challenge to Sergey Rabchenko (25-0, 18KO) in Bulgaria for the European light-middleweight title on Saturday.
Pryce accepted the rematch with Rabchenko on late notice he was determined to cause an upset. Despite his best efforts, the judges rightly scored the bout in favour of Rabchenko but Pryce took heart from his performance. Continue reading
It was a successful weekend for Commonwealth Games gold medallist Jamie Arthur who saw three of the boxers he coaches win Welsh ABA titles at the Novice Championships in Swansea. Continue reading
Bradley ‘Sugar Sweet’ Pryce will box abroad for the first time in his 47 fight career next week when he travels to Denmark to face the undefeated Torben Keller.
The pair clash in a ten round light-middleweight contest at the Kolding-Hallen Indoor Sports Arena on a Sauerland Promotions show on Saturday 19th October. 32-year-old Pryce (34-13, 18KO) isn’t a stranger to winning on the road in the away corner, having beaten Michael Lomax in London in his last bout and he’ll have to produce that form again against 26-year-old Keller (8-0-1, 3KO). Continue reading