Now they’ll do it again – this time over 4 rounds and once again at lightweight.
“This a great local fight between two popular young men,” Brendon Smith said.
“After the last fight I know Kyle Teer felt he did enough to get the decision so now he gets his chance to make amends.
“The two boys gave the crowd plenty to cheer about in June and I know they’ll do the same again on October 31.
“Styles make fights and these two are very well suited to one another.
“I’m looking forward to it, Sticky Bomb vs Tank, Warwick vs Toowoomba, it’s a great Darling Downs rivalry,” Brendon Smith said.
When the pair met in June two judges scored the bout in Williams favour 29-28 and 30-27, while the third judge awarded the decision to Teer 29-28.
Since that fight both have been back in the ring.
Teer traveled to New Zealand where he went the distance with Kiwi prospect Nort Beauchamp, who has a career record of 8 wins and 1 loss.
Williams returned to centre ring in August with a majority draw against James McDonald in Brisbane.
“Both fighters have been very active since their last meeting,” Brendon Smith said.
“Kyle put up a great fight in New Zealand.
“With Kyle Teer you know what you’re going to get.
“He puts it on the line each and every fight.
“Sammy is one of the most popular fighters from our gym.
“He does everything without any fuss and he is improving all the time.
“I believe this bout will bring out the best in both boys.” Smith said
Sam Williams added : “The last fight with Kyle was tough and I have great respect for him.
“I’ll train hard for this one with my team and I’ll give it my best shot.
“Hopefully I can secure another win against Kyle on October 31.”
Kyle Teer added: “I appreciate the chance for a re-match.”
“I felt I did enough to win the first one but the decision didn’t go my way.
“Hopefully it’s a different story this time around.
“I’ll do my best to take the decision out of the judges hands.”
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