Undefeated QBL heavyweight champion Bill Harmer say’s he is targeting an early nights work next month, when he steps back into action at the stacked Grudge Match promotion.
The 26-year-old star from Chatham in Kent will face Guilford's former ABA Southern Counties finalist Adel Badawy at the famous Epsom Downs Racecourse in Surrey on Saturday September 5th when he makes the third defence of his regional title, and Harmer does not intend to hang around on the night after setting his sights on disposing of the formidable powerhouse in quick fire fashion.
The Chatham behemoth is quite literally one the biggest stars of the show tipping the scales at over 21 stone, and after taking care of all seven opponents since joining the league's ranks back in 2013, Harmer does not intend to let the fearsome challenger take his title away on the big night.
Talking ahead of the clash the champion said “ I’ve seen lots of footage of Badawy from his amateur days and he looks a strong and powerful fighter who can also bang a bit as well, but on September 5th I’m looking at making it an early nights work for myself”
“Although I’m undefeated I still feel there are lots of improvements I need to make and I know what I have to do against Badawy to get the job done”
“Physically he’s short and stocky so I need to work off my jab and use my boxing to keep him on the outside, but for this fight I’m going in there to get the job done so I can enjoy watching all the other big fights on the show"
Harmer's latest title defence will feature on the bumper line up of boxing action taking place in the Oaks arena on Saturday September 5th at the famous Epsom Downs Racecourse in Surrey.