Queensbury Regional Middleweight ruler Ben Davies has warned his next opponent Bryan Richardson that he better prepare himself for a big shock when he steps through the ropes next month, as the Redhill champion prepares to take on his next challenger.
The twenty six year old Queensbury champion will make the third defence of his regional crown on Saturday June 13th at the Copthorne Effingham Park Hotel against all action rival Bryan “The Pit Bull” Richardson, and Davies has promised the shows fans another spectacular performance as he bids to continue his winning streak that has not seen him taste defeat in over two years.
Davies last competitive outing back in February produced one of the most dramatic finishes the competition has ever witnessed when challenger Mark Verity was quite literally knocked out of the ring by a brutal onslaught of punishment, and the champion is not ruling out a similar fate for Richardson if he decides to meet him in the centre of the ring on fight night.
“If Bryan Richardson thinks he’s going to come into this fight and be too strong for me he’s in for a big shock, and I can’t rule out the same fate for him as Verity got, stated the champion.
“ He’s said he’s going to be too big and too bad for me on June 13th, but I can promise you I’m going to be fitter, stronger and there is absolutely no chance he’s going to be able to stand with me and trade, so as I've said he's going to get a big shock on the night if he thinks he's going to be able to move me"
Davies rival Richardson paved the way for his crack at the champion after producing another heroic performance at the Epsom Downs Racecourse earlier this month to beat veteran Rossco Parker over three explosive rounds, but Davies believes the challenger will not have faced anyone like him before when they get down to business in June.
“ Richardson’s looked good in his last two fights, but he’s wild and swings in his shots, and I don’t think that will work with me, continued Davies.
“ If he try’s to go toe to toe with me it won’t work, and there’s no way he’s going to be fitter or stronger than me, plus I’ve been working on so many new things since the last fight so I’m ready to put on a great display and move on after I deal with him.
Davies title defence will feature on the league’s huge summer blockbuster taking place on Saturday June 13th at the Millennium Effingham Park Hotel, and tickets for teh event are priced at £35, £60 and £75 and are available from the box office on 0203 751 8599