Undefeated Cardiff cruiserweight Craig ‘The Kid’ Kennedy knows that victory on November 14 in Bristol can pave the way for a British title shot in the new year, but is quick to stress he’s taking it one step at a time.
Commonwealth Cruiserweight Champion Tony Conquest says he’ll have to be on the ball if he is going to keep hold of his title in the first defence against hard-hitting Ovill McKenzie.
Conquest, who won the belt in a brutal battle against Daniel Ammann in February, takes on McKenzie on the title packed show at the Copper Box Arena tomorrow night (Saturday 12th April) alongside Frank Buglioni, Bradley Skeete and Lewis Pettitt who all feature in title action, live and exclusive on BoxNation (Sky Ch. 437/HD 490 and Virgin Ch. 546).
Commonwealth Cruiserweight Champion Tony Conquest will now defend his title against hard-hitting Ovill McKenzie on Saturday 12th April at the Copper Box Arena.
Romford ace Conquest makes the first defence of the belt that he won in a tough battle against Australian Daniel Ammann last month and it’s a big step up for him to be facing the experienced McKenzie who was Commonwealth champion at light-heavyweight.
West Ham United fans Tony Conquest and Mitchell Smith head to the Boleyn Ground tonight for the Hammers’ Premier League clash against Hull.
Rising British star Frank Buglioni makes the third defence of his title against Sergey Khomitsky on a title packed show on Saturday 12th April at the Copper Box Arena, Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, London.
Featuring alongside Buglioni in title action will be Tony Conquest, Bradley Skeete, Lewis Pettitt and Mitchell Smith on the show titled “The Power Of London”, live and exclusive on BoxNation (Sky Ch. 437/HD 490 and Virgin Ch. 546).
Romford cruiserweight Tony ‘The Conqueror’ Conquest takes the first step towards building an empire when he challenges for the vacant Commonwealth title at the York Hall, Bethnal Green this Saturday (22nd February).
The 29 year old gas engineer proved he lacks nothing in heart and balls when – shortly after being stopped inside a round by Rotherham’s Neil Dawson – he scrambled up off the canvas twice to outgame Canning Town’s Wadi Camacho over 10 rounds in October.