Light-welterweight ace Bradley Saunders will face Frenchman Christophe Sabire on the Dereck Chisora-Tyson Fury undercard on Saturday 26th July at the Phones 4 U Arena in Manchester.
The unbeaten Sedgefield star is coming off a brilliant first round KO win over Ville Piispanen earlier this month in Newcastle to claim the WBO Intercontinental Light-Welterweight crown – his first pro title. Continue reading
Newly crowned WBO Intercontinental light welterweight champion Bradley Saunders has been added to Frank Warren’s massive summer blockbuster show in Manchester Arena on July 26th. Continue reading
Light welterweight sensation Bradley Saunders disposed of Finland’s Ville Piispanen in under two minutes at the Metro Arena in Newcastle to collect the vacant WBO Intercontinental light welterweight title in just 81 seconds.
The hard hitting Sedgefield star threw a career-best left body shot that sent his opponent reeling to the canvas in an agonising state with absolutely no chance of recovery.
Saunders spoke at ringside, “I’ve been working on that in the gym and he said to me, ‘I’d heard stories that you could punch but f*** me I never, ever thought it would be anything like that. That’s a seasoned professional who’s had 27 fights and been in with some of the best fighters.” Continue reading
Red-hot light-welterweight Bradley Saunders will challenge for his first professional title at the Metro Radio Arena in Newcastle on Saturday 7th June.
The undefeated 28-year-old from Sedgefield, a former Beijing Olympian and 2007 Commonwealth Games Bronze Medallist, faces Villi Piispenen for the Vacant WBO Intercontinental title on the undercard of Stuart Hall’s IBF World Bantamweight title defence against Paul Butler. Continue reading
Fast rising light welterweight prospect from Sedgefield, Bradley Saunders has received confirmation of his next fight against Ville Piispanen of Finland for the vacant WBO Intercontinental light welterweight title on June 7th at Metro Radio Arena in Newcastle. Continue reading
The North East sensation Bradley Saunders (8-0-0) takes to the ring this Saturday night in front of a capacity crowd at the Metro Radio Arena, Newcastle against stand in opponent Mitch Prince (12-2-2). Continue reading
Hot light-welterweight prospect Bradley Saunders says he’s ready, willing and able to beat British Champion Curtis Woodhouse and Commonwealth Champion Willie Limond.
The 2007 World Amateur Championship Bronze Medallist and 2008 Beijing Olympian, who’s currently undefeated in eight fights with six knockouts, features on the undercard of tomorrow night’s big IBF World Bantamweight title clash between Stuart Hall and Martin Ward, live and exclusive on BoxNation (Sky Ch. 437/HD 490 and Virgin Ch. 546). Continue reading
A big announcement has been made today at a press conference in Newcastle – Bradley Saunders is to take on Paul McClosky on Saturday 29th March.
The contest is set to be staged at Metro Radio Arena, Newcastle on the undercard of the British cruiserweight title clash between champion Jon Lewis Dickinson 14 (3) – 2 (2) – 0 and challenger Neil Dawson 12 (5) – 2 (1) – 0. Continue reading
Fast rising light welterweight prospect Bradley Saunders has been added to the 8th March bill for the British cruiserweight title showdown between champion Jon Lewis Dickinson and challenger Neil Dawson. Continue reading
North East light welterweight Bradley Saunders has broken into the top ten rankings of British light welterweights on boxing website Box Rec.
The Sedgefield star joins the division’s elite such as former World champion Amir Khan, British champion Darren Hamilton and 2013 prizefighter winner Chris Jenkins.
Now 8 (6) – 0, the former 2008 Beijing Olympian has many fans and experts tipping him to be British boxing’s next big star on the world stage after some hard-hitting performances.
Saunders seems able to bring it all in the ring and has been clinical in his contests so far, easily dismantling several men known previously for their durability such as tough veterans Ivan Godor and Michael Kelly. Continue reading