Regional welterweight champion Danny Stalford believes challenger Anthony Ayinde will be running scared next month, when Stalford makes the first defence of his Queensbury welterweight title.
The 26 year old from Surrey will defend his crown against the Kingston southpaw in the main event of the Queensbury Boxing League’s Never Back Down promotion on Saturday October 24th, and the champion is confident Ayinde’s style will allow him to showcase all of his skills.
Stalford was last in action back in June when he demolished co challenger Daniel Ratcliffe to lift the title with a stunning first round knockout, and the man dubbed “Relentless” is ready to produce the same performance when he steps through the ropes on October 24th.
“ When Ayinde feels my power in that ring on the 24th he’s going to be running scared, and I’ll hunt him down and not give him a chance, said the champion.
“ I’ve watched all three of his title fights with Ashley Dansie in the league and he’s a tall, clever boxer who looks awkward to fight, but I know what I’ve got to do to beat him and that’s all I’m focussing on.
“Since my last fight I’ve been working a lot more on my strength and conditioning and the nutrition side of things, and you’ll see the best Danny Stalford there has ever been when I step into the arena next month.
Stalford versus Ayinde will top a bumper night of action at the Copthorne Effingham Park hotel on Saturday October 24th, and for ticket information contact the box office on 0203 751 8599