ALL FIGHTERS LOOK FIT AND READY FOR ACTION AT TODAY’S MEDIA WEIGH IN. As the excitement and tension builds there was plenty of emotion when Will Young and Ben Warburton eyeballed each other.
“I’m ready to go,” Young said. ” I’ve had a perfect preparation and Ben says he has as well so it will be a great fight.
“I want to leave this sport as a winner so I’ll leave no stone unturned.”
Warburton is very confident of spoiling the party and said to the local press he doesn’t plan on letting the fight go to the judges score cards.
In the other main event, Jack Asis and Waylon Law clash for the first first Brayd Smith World United Champion belt.
It’s a champion vs champion show down. Jack is the current IBO super featherweight champ and Law is the WBC Asian Boxing Council Intercontinental belt holder.
Waylon won Aus-Boxing fight of the year in 2014 while Asis won the award in 2015.
The stacked card features nine pro bouts and a select amateur card if title fights.
“It’s a great card with great champion,” Promoter Brendon Smith said.
“There are so many bouts on the card that could go either way.
“Thanks again to all of our sponsors for their ongoing support we couldn’t do it without them.”