Regional Middleweight champion Ben Davies and title challenger Bryan Richardson will continue their hotly contested rivalry in a mouth watering rematch later this season, after the duo agreed terms to meet once again in the UK's premier boxing league
The pair will resume hostilities on Saturday September 5th at the famous Epsom Downs Racecourse in Surrey after their first encounter at the beginning of the month was dramatically stopped in the opening minute of their title showdown when Richardson sustained a nasty gash to his left eyebrow forcing him out of the argument.
And with both protagonists hungrier than ever to settle the argument once and for all, part two of their saga looks poised to be even more exciting with both predicting a decisive outcome.
Talking to the Queensbury Boxing League earlier today after the fight had been confirmed the champion Ben Davies said: " After what happened in the first fight I really don't feel like I actually had a fight, and this time around I want to deliver a conclusive win so there can be no arguments about the result"
"Although the fight only lasted a minute I think I've got his number now, and I think I got his respect after all the talk in the build up. This won't be over until we've settled things in the ring on September 5th and I can't wait to get this fight on again"
In response challenger Bryan Richardson said: " I said I was in the best shape of my life for the first fight but come September 5th I'm going to be a beast, and after sharing the ring with Davies for that short time I know he's not got the power to hurt me so I'm even more confident coming into the rematch.
" Although the clash of heads was just an accident I felt like I let a lot of people down who'd come to support me, but I'm going to make it up to them on September 5th and there's no way I'm coming home without the belt"
Davies versus Richardson will feature on the league's Grudge Match championship boxing bill taking place on Saturday September 5th in the Oaks arena at the Epsom Downs Racecourse in Surrey, and tickets for the show are priced at £35 for general admission and £60/£75pp for the ringside VIP table seats
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