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THE ENTERTAINER

Dring outworks Fash on music-laden show, writes Elliot Foster from ringside

JOHN DRING continued his unbeaten run as a young pro with a hard-fought win over Luke Fash.

The pair did battle at the Knowsley Leisure and Culture Park where Jamie Kirkpatrick was the third man. The fight formed part of the inaugural offering from David Nelson in his guise as Trinity Entertainment Boxing and secured more interaction from the crowd than previous affairs in an entertaining night featuring music acts.

That said, there was a slight lull in the action as the left glove of Scouser “Dringy” had to be taped, prompting Hull’s Fash to ask whether anybody had a pillow due to the length of the delay.

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