Queensbury Middleweight champion Ben Davies is preparing to end the most successful year of his boxing career on a high next weekend, as he aims to finish the year with yet another win.
Davies will feature on the undercard of the league's spectacular 2014 season finale on November 22nd at the Millennium Effingham Park Hotel when he takes on Basingstoke challenger Harry Combes in the first defence of the title he captured back in September on the greatest night of his boxing career, and the young champion is confident that Combes will not be able to live with his power when the pair collide on the undercard of the biggest show of the season.
The Redhill based champion has become one of the most talked about Middleweight’s in the competition this year after capturing both the Novice and Regional titles during his unbeaten run, and Davies has promised to continue his winning streak on the 22nd and send Combes back home to Hampshire empty handed.
Talking to Queensbury TV ahead of his crucial title defence Davies said: “I’m absolutely buzzing for this next fight and I can promise my fans this will be one banger of a performance on November 22nd.
“It’s been an incredible year for me winning two titles and staying undefeated, and I’m definitely not going to let it slip at this stage and I am 100% focussed on beating Combes in this next fight and ending the year on a massive high.
“ I feel like I am improving with every single fight now and getting fitter and stronger, and I’ve got the best team around me and the best fans on the show and I’m ready to do the business next weekend.
Also in action on the undercard of the aptly named Night Of Destiny promotion, Davies teammates Chris Brill and Ashley Dansie will also make appearances on the show. Redhill’s Brill will return from injury to take on old rival Lee Renshaw in the biggest fight of his career with the Novice Cruiserweight title on the line.
The pair met back in 2013 on Season 3 at the Epsom Downs Racecourse with Brill edging out his Nottingham based rival in a closely fought affair, but there will be plenty more at stake this time around with Renshaw eager to avenge a controversial loss in his eye's and recapture the title in the process
Welterweight Dansie will look to start the rebuilding process after suffering his first career blemish last time out when he controversially missed out on claiming the Novice title against old rival Anthony Ayinde. Dansie will take on fellow contender Mike Tokatlian in a non-title clash with the incentive of a rematch with Ayinde if he can emerge with the victory.
The Redhill trio will all be in action on November 22nd at the Millennium Effingham Park Hotel, and for more information on the rest of the line up click HERE