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Matt Bozeat looks ahead to a bill that features five 10-rounders

LIAM WALSH and Maxi Hughes put their careers on the line in a goodlooking 10-round lightweight clash on MTK’s show at York Hall in Bethnal Green this Saturday (November 9). Broadcast duties are shared by iFL TV (UK) and ESPN+ (US).

From the old pit village of Rossington in Yorkshire, southpaw Hughes is domestic boxing’s nearly man, twice beaten for the British superfeatherweight title, while Walsh has shown moments of genuine world class during his 22-1 (15) career. Walsh was out for two years following his sole loss, to Gervonta Davis in a challenge for the IBF 130lb belt in May 2017. That fight was over before it even really began.

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