Betfred Boxing Show: Light Heavyweight Gets Traction As Arthur Continues Winning Streak

In the latest release Betfred Boxing Anthony Krolla joined Dom McGuinness for a look back at this weekend's action, further boosting the domestic light heavyweight scene.

On Saturday night, Lyndon Arthur pulled off Davide Faraci in a move that will likely lead to a rematch with Anthony Yarde that Krolla stressed will be completely different from the pair's first match last year.

Moving down with weights, Lerron Richards also joined the boys, highlighting his ambition to win a world title and reach the pinnacle of the sport. In his opinion, this path is reinforced by the knowledge and mentorship of his new coach, Dave Caldwell.

The show advertised a fight between Richard and Rocky Fielding that would inevitably whet the appetite of British fight fans and top one of them on a global level.

With fights taking place at the domestic level, fights on the world stage are difficult due to the delay of Tyson Fury and Deontay Wilder, which disappointed fans of the fight.

It comes after chaos in the heavyweight ranks after a highly publicized battle between Tyson Fury and Anthony Joshua fell through following a court ruling.

However, this weekend marks a pivotal undisputed fight as Krolla and McGuinness look forward to Jermell Charlo and Brian Castano, ushering in a stellar period for the boxing schedule and marking a major test for Charlo.

The show ended with Crolla's surprise take on Love Island this year as the former world champion asked how many islanders are here for "true love" and how many of them are for fashion brand deals.

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