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Boxing Betting: Lee Selby wants to beat Rendall Munroe and secure a world title shot
By Andrew Scott Tuesday, 28 January 2014 02:07
Pay per head sportsbooks learned that the British featherweight champion who makes very good boxing odds wants to put Wales back on the boxing map with Munroe, former world title contender, standing in his way.
The pair, who will also fight for the empty European strap, top a very exciting show at the Motorpoint Arena. Selby believes that his time has come, and so do his boxing betting fans.
“I want to be the face of Welsh boxing,” said Selby. “There are shows in Wales but no ‘big time’ shows, and I’m excited to be top of the bill. It’s been a long time coming not just as a fighter but as a fan of boxing.
“I’m expecting the best Rendall Munroe on February 1. I think he’s going to come at me, keep coming through the fight and try to wear me down.
“I’m super fit, I live in the gym, and when he tries to up the pace, I’ll up it more, I’ll outbox him, catch up with him and get him out of there.
“I don’t think I am far away from the world title scene. Hopefully I can win this title and maybe make a couple of defences, then look to a final eliminator for a big one.”
Price per head services found out that the show also includes an all-Welsh lightweight fight between Gary Buckland and Gavin Rees, and the fourth professional fight for Olympic Gold medal hero Anthony Joshua MBE, who will take on Aberdare’s Dorian Darch, and fans everywhere are very eager to see what the boxing odds will look like when these fighters get in the ring.
Pay per head sportsbooks also learned that Chris Jenkins, prizefighter light-welterweight champion who’s very famous with boxing betting fans, wants to take his undefeated record to 13 fights, former European middleweight champion Kerry Hope is making a comeback, and there is another all-Welsh clash between Tony Pace and Jason Cook for the Welsh Area light-welterweight title.
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Boxing betting fans and pay per head sportsbooks all over the world can see that there are some very intense fights on the way, and know that they won’t be disappointed with the action.