Wednesday, March 04, 2009

Pryce and Hall in Big Fight Build Up

Light-middleweights Bradley Pryce and Matthew Hall have vowed to steal the show on March 14 at the M.E.N Arena. And although they are up against a blockbuster fight card featuring Khan-Barrera, Cook-Martinez and Maccarinelli-Afolabi, the 154-pound KO artists reckon they can do it. The pair meet for Pryce's Commonwealth light-middleweight title on the biggest night of boxing so far this year. It promises thrills and spills, with both boxers boasting a high KO percentage - and both having been stopped before. "It's Sweet Sugar time," said 27-year-old.Pryce, who is on a seven-fight unbeaten run, all of them involving the Commonwealth title."I've already beaten Andrew Facey on points and stopped Marcus Portman and Anthony Small, so I'm not bad against Brits. "Hall's being talked up as the next big thing, but everyone I fight is supposed to be going places. "Ivan Kirpa and Sergey Stepkin were future world champions until I gave them a beating. "I'm going to take Hall places where he's not been before. He's a good puncher, but then so am I, and I've got more experience. "I love to go to war and I love the roar of the fans when I fight and people aren't going to be disappointed next weekend." But Hall, still just 24 despite six years in the pro ranks, said: "I stopped Pryce's stablemate Kerry Hope, now I'll do the same to Bradley. "It's an honour to be boxing on a massive card like this one, but fans should get there early because me against Pryce is going to be better than the main event. "Both of us like to throw bombs and be positive, so it's going to be an old-fashioned shoot out at the MEN. "I'm in the shape of my life after sparring dozens of rounds with Michael Jennings ahead of his world title fight in New York. "Pryce might think that I'm another hype job, but he's going to be in for a nasty surprise when I catch up with him on March 14."


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