Last chance to buy Mike Stafford fight tickets (tonight’s fight) November 30th, 2012 admin Latest News Shares Comments This is your last chance to buy tickets for tonight’s boxing event at Aintree Equestrian Centre, Liverpool, when Southport cruiser-weight boxer, Mike Stafford returns to the ring. Southport’s International Masters Title belt holder Mike Stafford will be on the undercard to David Price who fights Matt Skelton in the all-British heavyweight showdown. Tickets for the fight can be obtained by calling Kevin on 07950 157736 Tickets are £40, £60 and ringside £90. The card: The British Heavyweight Championship Price and Skelton THE BRITISH WELTERWEIGHT TITLE Darren Hamilton vs. Steve Williams Welterweight VACANT ENGLISH HEAVYWEIGHT TITLE John McDermott vs. TBA Heavyweight Danny Price vs. TBA Cruiserweight Mike Stafford vs. TBA Cruiserweight Tony Dodson vs. Paddy McDonagh Super-Middleweight Glenn Foot vs. Lee Quinn Welterweight Joe Hughes vs. Paul Archer Light-Welterweight Wayne Adenyi vs. Scott Edgar Light-Heavyweight Neil Perkins vs. Dee Mitchell Light-Middleweight Tom Carrus vs. Ross Payne Lightweight David Price is being called “the next big thing”. Not only is this a reference to his massive, 6ft 8in frame, but also to his huge potential to be Britain’s next heavyweight world champion. 2013 could be a very big year for the popular Liverpool fighter, who recently defended his British and Commonwealth Heavyweight Championships against a 38-year-old Audley Harrison with a blistering 82-second TKO. Now Price faces 45-year-old Matt Skelton, himself a former British and Commonwealth champ. The Bedford heavyweight, who has a 28 – 6 record, will look to return to the top of the British heavyweight pecking order, and Price could be in for a difficult evening. Price will be the favourite There’s no question that David Price will be the favourite to win this fight. He stands five inches taller than his opponent, and also has a significant reach advantage. On his side, Matt Skelton has bags of experienced gleaned over a pro career that now spans 10 years. He’ll look to make things hard for Price, fight on the inside and counteract the physical advantages that the Liverpudlian possesses. Head to Head This fairly friendly affair was the last chance for the press to speak to the boxers ahead of their clash on the 30th. Matt Skelton: “There’s no pressure on me and I’m enjoying my training. I think the guys [David] has fought have allowed him to dictate the fight.” David Price: “There’s a lot of hype around me – there’s a welcome kind of pressure. If no one expected me to do it, I’d be doing something wrong. Matt Skelton is a fighter, he’s not going to come in and shy away from the fight – I’m expecting a tough fight.” Onthespot – your online reporter www.onthespotnews.co.uk Do you have a story to tell? Please text or phone 07930717137 or email [email protected] Follow OTS (Onthespot) on Twitter www.twitter.com/onthespot_news Related Comments comments!