Liam Williams talks Ahmet Patterson

Undefeated British Super-Welterweight Champion Liam Williams (15-0-1, 10 KOs) came face-to-face with unbeaten challenger Ahmet Patterson (17-0, 13 KOs) for the first time at today’s press conference in Cardiff ahead of their mouth-watering clash at the Motorpoint Arena next Saturday, live and exclusive on BoxNation.

Williams currently sits at number three in the WBO World rankings, with Patterson ranked slightly lower in 14th place. The winner of next week’s showdown could potentially move into the mandatory position for Canelo’s WBO crown. Mexico’s Alvarez may choose to vacate his title in the pursuit of another at a different weight – should he do so, Williams or Patterson may find themselves fighting for the vacated crown in the not too distant future. A match-up with fellow Frank Warren stable mate Liam Smith could also be on the cards for the winner of Williams v Patterson.

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Ahmet Patterson plans on out-boxing Liam Williams

Dulwhich dancer Ahmet Patterson has promised to outbox British Super-Welterweight Champion Liam Williams when they clash for the famous Lonsdale Belt later this month. The undefeated rivals go head-to-head at the Motorpoint Arena Cardiff on Saturday 26th November, live and exclusive on BoxNation.

Patterson (17-0, 7 KOs) is confident of picking up his fourth professional title after impressively dismantling Dudley’s Ryan Aston to win the Vacant IBF International Super-Welterweight Championship at York Hall back in January this year.

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Liam Williams Confident Of Win Over Patterson On November 26

British and super-welter king Liam Williams is promising to exhibit the full extent of his incontestable talent when he returns to duty before his raucous Welsh faithful and mandatory challenger Ahmet Patterson at Cardiff’s Motorpoint Arena on November 26, writes Glynn Evans.

Recently honoured as the 2016 Young Fighter of the Year by the Boxing Writers, the 23 year old from Clydach Vale in the Rhondda Valley re-iterated both his power and toughness to outlast Wembley antagonist Gary Corcoran in a fractious first defence of his domestic belt at a bouncing Ice Arena in the Welsh capital last July.

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Liam Williams Named Best Young Boxer Of The Year By Boxing Writers’ Club

Clydach Vale Super-Welterweight star Liam Williams has been named the 2016 Best Young Boxer of the Year by the prestigious Boxing Writers’ Club.

The fast-rising powerhouse is the latest addition to an illustrious roll call of British greats who have previously won the award, including Terry Downes, Howard Winstone, Ken Buchanan, John Conteh, Barry McGuigan, Naseem Hamed, Ricky Hatton and more recently Billy Joe Saunders.

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Williams vs Patterson / Eubank vs Langford in Cardiff

Liam Williams - Frank Warren yesterday announced a blockbuster double main event bill for Cardiff's Motorpoint Arena on Saturday October 22nd, featuring the mandated British Title showdowns between Chris Eubank Jr and Tommy Langford; and Liam Williams and Ahmet Patterson.

Frank Warren yesterday announced a blockbuster double main event bill for Cardiff’s Motorpoint Arena on Saturday October 22nd, featuring the mandated British Title showdowns between Chris Eubank Jr and Tommy Langford; and Liam Williams and Ahmet Patterson.

The purse bid for the Eubank and Langford’s British Middleweight title bout was won by Frank Warren earlier this month and will mark a huge opportunity for ‘The Baggies Bomber’ Langford who has sparred Eubank Jr in the past.

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Liam Williams scores dramatic 11th round stoppage of Gary Corcoran

Liam Williams - Welshman Liam Williams (15-0-1) produced a dramatic 11th round stoppage of Londoner Gary Corcoran (15-1) to retain his British and Commonwealth super-welterweight belts.

Welshman Liam Williams (15-0-1) produced a dramatic 11th round stoppage of Londoner Gary Corcoran (15-1) to retain his British and Commonwealth super-welterweight belts.

The pre-fight animosity between the pair resulted in an enthralling contest that swung back and forth, but Williams’ vocal support were eventually rewarded after an emphatically-delivered right hand in the penultimate round that signalled the beginning of the end for the valiant Corcoran.

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Corcoran – Williams on 7/16

Wembley warlord Gary ‘Hellraiser’ Corcoran is threatening to bring his own brand of fire and brimstone to heat up Cardiff Ice Arena this Saturday, writes Glynn Evans.

The unbeaten 25 year old from Irish traveling stock has a score to settle with local fancy Liam Williams after the champion manhandled him at a recent press meet to publicize this weekend’s salivating British and Commonwealth light-middle showdown.

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