Anthony Crolla vs Ricky Burns Boxing in Manchester | 7 October 2017 British Boxing


Crolla V Burns fight lightweight contest – Manchester Arena “BRITISH BATTLE” – Sky Sports Action.

Ricky Burns vs Anthony Crolla big fight for lightweight division and the bout is on October 7, 2017 [England v Scotland fight]. This boxing match is between two UK former world champions Manchester’s Anthony Crolla and Scottish superstar Ricky Burns. Both fighters are coming off of defeats, and neither of them can afford a loss right now at this point in their careers. The 34-year-old Burns (41-6-1, 14 KOs) and Crolla (31-6-3, 13 KOs) fight is set for a lightweight battle but both of them are former world champion. So it is very hard to say who will win and who will lose. It is a very important fight for both men as it is thought that either could be pushed into retirement with a loss whilst the winner would likely get one more crack at a world title. Ricky Burns said, “Every fight is different”.

*Fight:- Anthony Crolla VS Ricky Burns | Champion vs Champion
*Event:- British Boxing
*Date:- Saturday 7, October 2017
*Venue:- M.E.N Arena, Manchester, Lancashire, United Kingdom
*Time: Doors: 4.30pm | Undercard Starts: 4.35pm | Main Event from 10.00pm.
*What TV channel is Crolla vs Burns on? – The fight card is on Sky Sports Action from 7 pm and is also being shown on Sky Sports Main Event from 10 pm.

Watch Ricky Burns v Anthony Crolla, in addition, Conor Benn and Sam Eggington on the undercard on Saturday live on Sky Sports Action from 7 pm and Sky Sports Main Event from 10 pm. The winner of this mouth-watering bout would see the winner get pushed towards a world title shot, while the loser may consider their future in boxing altogether. The lightweight duo top the bill at the Manchester Arena and Burns thinks fight fans are in for a treat when he takes on his fellow former world champion.

Burns’ last 5 fights

Ricky Burns v Julius Indongo – UD – Loss
Ricky Burns v Kiryl Relikh – UD – Win
Ricky Burns v Michele di Rocco – TKO (R8) – Win
Ricky Burns v Josh King – KO – Win
Ricky Burns v Prince Ofotsu – Win

Crolla’s last 5 fights

Anthony Crolla v Jorge Linares – UD – Loss
Anthony Crolla v Jorge Linares – UD – Loss
Anthony Crolla v Ismael Barroso – KO (R7) – Win
Anthony Crolla v Darleys Perez – KO (R5) – Win
Anthony Crolla v Darleys Perez – MD – Draw

Crolla vs Burns fight Undercard:

There is a big undercard on the bill – with 12 fights before the main event.

*Sam Eggington v Mohamed Mimoune fight for European welterweight title
*Robbie Barrett v Lewis Ritson fight for British Lightweight Title
*Conor Benn v Nathan Clarke fight for Welterweight contest
*Scott Cardle v Lee Connelly fight for Lightweight contest
*Gavin McDonnell v Jay Carney fight for Featherweight contest
*Hosea Burton v Kristof Demendi fight for Light-Heavyweight contest
*Charlie Flynn v Liam Richards fight for Lightweight contest
*Joe Ham v Ricky Starkey fight for Bantamweight contest
*Sam Hyde v Attila Palko fight for Cruiserweight contest
*Marcus Morrison v Mariusz Biskupski fight for Middleweight contest
*Ryan Doyle v Lesther Canttllano fight for Super-Featherweight contest
*Jake Haigh v Jamie Ambler fight for Light-Heavyweight contest

Crolla V Burns Live fight
Crolla vs Burns big fight – Scotland and England collide in Manchester

Finally, I would like to say, it is England v Scotland fight and it is a prestigious fight for both contenders. Both are looking to bounce back from world title defeats and the winner could well get another shot at glory if they win this in style. The best man should win this fight. We don’t need the outcome to be tainted by bad judging or an over-involved referee taking points off left and right in the championship rounds. This one will probably go the distance with Burns well known for his durability and survival skills. But, Crolla should be the man with his hand raised at the end of the fight. Expect a bit of a bruiser, but we can see Crolla landing the more varied and accurate shots.

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