Bradley Skeete vs. Shayne Singleton on November 25

Following the withdrawal of Brentwood’s English Middleweight title challenger Joe Mullender from his rematch with Romford champion Lee Markham, Bradley Skeete (24-1 10 KOs) will now make the first defence of his British Welterweight title against Manchester’s Shayne Singleton (23-1 8 KOs) at the Brentwood Centre on November 25, live and exclusive on BoxNation.

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Bradley Skeete faces Shayne Singleton on 10/22

The Penge punch picker is flying up the world ratings – ranked sixth by the WBO and seventh by the IBF – and with seven of his last nine victims failing to finish, the stylish south Londoner has finally added potency to his purity.

Self belief was coursing through the 28 year old champ’s veins when he spoke to Glynn Evans about his forthcoming first title defence against Colne’s Shayne ‘The Pain’ Singleton on Frank Warren’s monster Cardiff promotion next month.

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Skeete: “My Style Makes Me A Hard Fight For Any Welterweight In The World”

Penge punch picker Bradley Skeete intends adding a final bit of garnish to what has been a breakout 2015-16 campaign when he stars on the mammoth Cardiff Ice Arena bill on July 16th.

After a brace of impressive WBO European title defences over Mark Thompson and Stevie Williams at the tail end of last year, the 6ft 1in stylist from Al Smith’s iBox gym in Bromley delivered a virtuoso display to relieve home hero Sam Eggington of his British and Commonwealth welterweight belts on a rival Matchroom show in Birmingham last March.

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“War” From Buglioni & Markham – “Striking Distance” Card Review Feat. Skeete/Smith

Frank Warren tonight brought his “Striking Distance” show to the Wembley Arena in London (in a televised clash with Sky’s Matchroom “Resurrection” show from Birmingham) – which after pull-outs by middleweight stars Billy Joe Saunders and Chris Eubank Jr, ended up being (ably) carried by stable starlets Frank Buglioni, Bradley Skeete and Mitchell Smith – whose loyal A-Team were out in droves and vocal in their support of the top young 126/130lb prospect.

In the end it was Enfield’s Buglioni and his fight with old amateur rival Lee Markham that stole the show in a hard fought, blood and guts domestic battle that going in was tipped to be the Fight Of The Night.

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