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McComb set to defend crown

PUBLISHED: 11:04 05 March 2010 | UPDATED: 16:36 06 July 2010

TOMORROW (Saturday) Lowestoft's Ultimate Boxing along with Norwich's Bolddog White Collar Boxing Club will once again be transforming the main hall at Water Lane Leisure Centre into a very colourful arena for Clash Of The Titles championship boxing.

TOMORROW (Saturday) Lowestoft's Ultimate Boxing along with Norwich's Bolddog White Collar Boxing Club will once again be transforming the main hall at Water Lane Leisure Centre into a very colourful arena for Clash Of The Titles championship boxing.

Local roofing company director Ben McComb will be defending his IWCBA British White Collar title for the second time after winning it in London and then defending it on home turf last year versus Colchester's Dan Brennan handing him his first defeat. McComb remains unbeaten and this time fights Eastern Counties Masters light middleweight champion Adam Gallagher from Norwich.

There are 13 bouts in total scheduled including two more Eastern Counties title fights, which will see Norwich's John Cole take on Colchester's Alex Charlic at heavyweight and Jamie Riley also from Norwich go in with Great Yarmouth's John Kennedy for the second time at Cruiserweight.

The Lowestoft gym has been busy preparing fighters this year and has 10 competitors on the card. There will be guest appearances by Commonwealth heavyweight champion Sam Sexton, English middleweight champion Danny Mcintosh and Cromer's rising stars the so far unbeaten Liam, Ryan and Michael Walsh.

Tickets cost £30 ringside and £20 unreserved and are available from the sports centre. Doors open at 7.30pm. Anybody interested in training to compete on a future event should call Matt Smith on 07889 731 717 or visit www.ultimateboxing.co.uk

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