On Friday night, Troy Williamson and Josh Kelly go to war, and we’ve got all the information you need, including the UK start time.
While the bout between Tyson Fury and Derek Chisora has left British fans with a bitter taste in their mouth, the match-up between two of the North East’s finest will undoubtedly soften the blow.
In a contest that could go either way, both men will look to stamp their authority earlier. Having reached the Olympics as an amateur, Kelly undoubtedly has the skills to leave his opponent chasing shadows. However, in his bout against David Avanesyan, he tired, which will give his upcoming opponent a tremendous sense of confidence.
Williamson, who is dead set on defending his British title, will apply relentless pressure, in the hope that he can wear the southpaw down and eventually get him out of there.
The two boxers’ contrasting styles will likely gel to perfection, making this a contest fans can’t afford to miss.
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Troy Williamson vs Josh Kelly: UK start time
The fight which pitches Darlington against Sunderland will go down at the Utilita Arena in Newcastle.
And while Williamson will have more fans in the arena, Kelly will look to utilise every ounce of his experience to ignore the crowd and get the job done.
The card is scheduled to start at 4 PM, with the main event scheduled for 11 PM.
How to watch Troy Williamson vs Josh Kelly?
The eagerly-anticipated contest will broadcast live on Channel 5, allowing fans across the country to watch a big fight for free.
Troy Williamson vs Josh Kelly: Full card
While most fans are excited for the main event, there’s a plethora of talented fighters on the bill, including Lyndon Arthur and Matty Harris.
- Troy Williamson vs Josh Kelly; For Williamson’s BBBoC super welterweight championship
- Matty Harris vs Jiri Surmaj; Heavyweight
- Ben Marksby vs Olaide Fijabi; Super lightweight
- Aaron Chalmers vs Ryan Broten; Light middleweight
- Jordan Barker-Porter vs Sheila Martinez; Women’s lightweight
- Katharina Thanderz vs Edina Kiss; Women’s lightweight
- Lyndon Arthur vs Joel McIntyre; Light heavyweight
- Hosea Stewart vs Franklin Ignatius; Heavyweight
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