Tommy Coyle plans to make local rival Luke Campbell pay a heavy price for underestimating him in their eagerly anticipated 12-round fight in Hull, England, on Saturday.
Olympic hero Luke Campbell and countryman Tommy Coyle will fight for bragging rights in their home city of Hull, England, on Saturday.
Lightweight neighbors Luke Campbell and Tommy Coyle will collide on August 1 and put to rest the argument of who is the best 135 pound fighter in their home city, according to the Hull Daily Mail in the U.K.
British lightweight contender Tommy Coyle survived a scare to force an unsatisfactory fifth round corner retirement from countryman Martin Gethin in Hull, England, on Saturday, but plans for a summer collision with local rival, and London 2012 Olympic champion Luke Campbell remain intact.
Citing the health of his father, British lightweight Luke Campbell has pulled out of a scheduled March 7 bout at the Hull Ice Arena in Hull, Yorkshire, England, Eddie Hearn of Matchroom Sport announced on Tuesday.
British lightweight Tommy Coyle stopped faded Michael Katsidis in the second round in Hull, England on Saturday. On the undercard, Olympic gold medalist Luke Campbell scored a fifth-round TKO against Daniel Brizuela setting up an all-Hull, England showdown vs. Coyle.
Having been stopped by Michael Katsidis over four years ago, lightweight Kevin MItchell knows exactly what’s in store for Tommy Coyle and believes “The Great” can stop Coyle on Oct. 25.
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Exciting lightweight warrior Michael Katsidis will return to the ring on Oct. 25 to continue his comeback against Tommy Coyle.
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