Unbeaten middleweight talent Liam Desmond (5-0) has been forced to withdraw from his forthcoming six-round contest on October 17th at Grays Civic Hall with Robert Studzinski (3-22) with a toe injury.
Unbeaten Essex middleweight prospect, Liam Desmond (5-0) received confirmation of his next opponent as the experienced Robert Studzinski (3-22).
The 22-year-old from Corringham will enter into his sixth professional contest against the 38-year-old Pole on October 17th at Grays Civic Hall, Essex.
Unbeaten Essex middleweight, Liam Desmond (5-0) received confirmation this week of his first professional title fight booked for December this year.
Essex middleweight prospect, Liam Desmond (5-0) next fights on October 17th at Grays Civic Hall in Essex on a Carl Greaves Promotions show.
“Just received the news that I’ll be out again in October and I can’t wait,” said Desmond. “I’m back in the gym now, started last week but just been ticking over three times a week since my last fight. The full training camp will start properly in August.”
Essex middleweight prospect, Liam Desmond moved up to 5-0 after defeating Chris Jenkinson 8-21-2 on points over six rounds on June 20th at Grays Civic Hall on a Carl Greaves Promotions show.
The 22-year-old from Corringham, Essex commented on the win, “The score was 59-55 but I thought I had won every round. He’s a seasoned pro that’s been in with decent fella’s and it was a big step up for me. It’s a good win for me, it all went to plan, I managed to outbox him and not get too involved.”
Unbeaten middleweight boxer, Liam Desmond felt inspired by best pal, John Wayne Hibbert’s spirited performance at London’s O2 Arena last weekend on the bumper bill of boxing dubbed, ‘Rule Britannia’ that saw Kell Brook dismantle Frankie Gavin in six one-sided rounds in the main event of the evening.
Undefeated middleweight talent, Liam Desmond 4-0 will next fight on June 20th at Civic Hall, Grays looking for his fifth win in the pro ranks on a Carl Greaves Promotions show.
The 21-year-old from Corringham, Essex said of his next fight, “It’s at the Civic Hall again and I’ve got no idea of the opponent just yet but it’ll possibly be a four round fight but maybe six rounds.”
Essex boxer Liam Desmond moved up to 4-0 after defeating Rob Brown 1-1 at the Civic Hall in Grays on March 14th on a Carl Greaves Promotions show featuring Prizefighter champion Johnny Coyle in the headlining fight.
Essex boxer Liam Desmond 3-0-0 has had his next opponent changed from Dan Blackwell 6-42-0 to middleweight Rob Brown 1-0-0 just two weeks before fight night as each winning boxer looks to extend their unbeaten records at the expense of the other’s at the Civic Hall in Grays on March 14th on a Carl Greaves Promotions show.
Essex boxer Liam Desmond 3-0-0 has had his next opponent confirmed as Dan Blackwell 6(1)-40(1)-0 as he looks to extend unbeaten run at the Civic Hall in Grays on March 14th on a Carl Greaves Promotions show with the bout scheduled at four three-minute rounds at middleweight.