Morris Ready To Get Back On Track

Craig Morris is ready to put his recent demons behind him.

The likeable Ludlow boxer admitted he has had a tough time since losing Midlands Area Welterweight title to Ryan Fields back in February. The 25-year-old had won the belt back in October but he was handed his first defeat by Fields in his last contest.

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Craig Morris vs. Ryan Fields on Feb.18

CRAIG MORRIS (7-0) makes a first defence of his Midlands Area welterweight title on Hatton Boxing’s ‘Time To Shine’ show at Fenton Manor, Stoke, this month

The Ludlow boxer lifted the strap at the same venue back in October in a fight-of-the-year contender against fellow unbeaten prospect, Nathan McIntosh. Morris claimed a deserved 98-94 points victory to take the belt in only his seventh professional fight. It was a dream come true for the likeable 24 year-old.

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Craig Morris is ready to ‘roll the dice’

EXCITING Ludlow welterweight Craig Morris is ready to ‘roll the dice’ and step up to title level in only his seventh professional fight.

The 24-year-old will put his 6-0 record on the line against fellow unbeaten prospect Nathan McIntosh when they clash for the vacant Midlands Area Welterweight title in Stoke on October 1.

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Morris Sets Sights On Midlands Strap

Craig Morris has set his sights on the vacant Midlands Area Welterweight Title but first he will have to outbox Lithuanian Arvydas Trizno on the Black Country Boxing’s Summer Scorcher show at Walsall Town Hall on Saturday 9th July writes James Eley.

Ludlow’s first professional boxer for 75 years defeated William Warburton in his home town en route to winning the British Challenge Welterweight strap but Morris is already keen for more titles.

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