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Eli Green can’t wait to get in the ring on DeGale undercard
Eli Green can’t wait to get in the ring and show all the fans his ability on the James DeGale undercard at Glow, Bluewater, Saturday 16th November.
The 22-year-old Guildford featherweight has been training hard and is eager for fight night.
“I’m really looking forward to it,” Eli said.
“I want to show my fans my ability and what I can do, I want to try a few things that I’ve been doing in the gym and just show a few of my skills off basically.
“It would be nice to show them another side of me, something different – I can’t wait.”
This will be Eli’s fourth contest since turning professional, boasting a perfect 3-0 record.
In his last contest Eli recorded his first knockout win, with a first round TKO over Harvey Hemsley and is concentrating on another impressive victory.
“I’m coming in off a stoppage win so I’m just looking forward to getting in there,” Eli said.
“Getting the knockout was really good, it felt good. I wanted the rounds, but the stoppage was great.
“If another stoppage comes then great, but I want to enjoy the rounds and give a good performance.”
Eli fights on the undercard to James DeGale MBE’s WBC Silver super middleweight title defence against ‘Dangerous’ Dyah Davis at Glow, Bluewater on Saturday 16th November, featuring an all-star line up, live on Channel 5 from 10pm.
Tickets are priced from £40 and are still available to buy from the Hennessy Sports Box Office on 01925 755 222 or online at http://hennessy.ticketline.co.uk or alternatively by contacting Tickeline.co.uk online and by phone on 0844 888 4402 or via Ticketmaster.co.uk online or by phone on 0844 847 2500.
Tickets for November 16th are priced from £40 and are available to purchase from the following box offices:
Hennessy Sports Box Office on 01925 755 222 and online at: http://hennessy.ticketline.co.uk
Ticketline on 0844 888 4402 and online at: ticketline.co.uk
Ticketmaster on 0844 847 2500 or online at: ticketmaster.co.uk
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