Joe Jackson Brown say's old rival Ray Welsh is delusional if he thinks he has any chance of beating him on November 30th when the pair meet for the second time this season to contest the vacant Queensbury Southern Area Light Cruiserweight title.
The exciting twenty two year old prospect from Banbury will meet Welsh in a sequel to their all action June showdown that took place back in June, in which Jackson Brown emerged victorious after a closely fought battle, and after establishing himself as one of the shows brightest young prospects, the Banbury man has promised to repeat his previous performance but this time do it far more convincingly.
Northampton’s Welsh has been crying out for his chance for revenge ever since their first meeting claiming he had done enough to take the verdict, but as the duo prepare to lock horns again Jackson Brown has vowed to produce the performance of his short career and leave the league’s fans and Welsh in no doubt as to who the better man is.
Talking ahead of the big night Jackson Brown said, “ I think Welsh is delusional if he thinks he beat me last time out, and I don’t think he deserves to be in the same ring with me again, but he’s got his chance and this time I’ll make sure there is no doubt about the outcome and I’m confident this one won’t go the distance”
“When we fought last time out I was told he was an aggressive fighter who was going to come straight at me and look for a war, but all he seemed to want to do is hold up close and make it awkward which meant I had to change my game plan as the fight played out”
“For this fight I’m sure he’s going to be coming into it feeling confident after his last win in the league against Tom Trzemecki, but all he will be is fitter and a bit stronger, but it won’t be enough to come close to beating me”
“My training for this fight has been the best it’s ever been, and I’m feeling fitter, stronger and more confident than I’ve ever felt before, so I can guarantee that this fight will be exciting, but I can't see it going the distance"
Jackson Brown versus Welsh will feature on the packed under card of championship boxing on Saturday November 30th, and with the demand for tickets really heating up ahead of the big night of action, it looks set to be one of the most hotly anticipated line ups of the 2013 season.