Regional Middleweight title challenger Bryan Richardson has sent out a warning to champion Ben Davies telling him he won’t be able to handle him when the pair collide for the title on June 13th.
The 33-year-old from Thatcham in Berkshire will challenge Davies on Saturday June 13th at the Queensbury Boxing League’s huge summer blockbuster at the Copthorne Millennium hotel in West Sussex in the biggest fight of Richardson’s boxing career, and the man dubbed “The Pitbull” for his aggressive all action fighting style is confident he’ll be bringing the belt back with him to Thatcham after the dust has settled from an epic clash.
Talking ahead of the showdown Richardson said: “ On Saturday June 13th I’m going to be too big and too bad for Ben Davies.
“I don’t know too much about him other than he’s fit and he likes to come forward like me, but when he meets me it will be like running into a brick wall and he’s got no chance of being able to handle me when we step through those ropes.
Richardson’s career looked down and out just six month’s ago and he was on the verge of calling time on his fistic exploits, but after teaming up with new coach David Johnson at the Camberley boxing club in Surrey he’s now been transformed into one of the most exciting boxers in the league after beating teak tough opposition in the form of John Moloney and Rossco Parker in his previous two outings.
“I put all of my recent success down to Dave as he’s turned my career around and given me the confidence to fight again, said Richardson.
“I’ve won two in the spin now and been featured on British Eurosport on SKY television, and I’m not stopping there as I’m ready to give absolutely everything to win this title and I can promise all my fans that they will witness one of the most entertaining fights they have ever seen.
Richardson’s title challenge against Davies takes place on Saturday June 13th at the Millennium Copthorne Effingham Park Hotel in West Sussex, and for more information on the full line up go to www.queensburyboxing.co.uk