Les Sherrington battles Yory Boy Campas on Saturday
Las Vegas Legend and knockout king, Yory Boy Campas has touched down on Australian soil ahead of his upcoming Middleweight World Title and IBF Australasiain bout with Gold Coast’s own, Les ‘Lock n Load’ Sherrington. Sherrington, who claimed the same belts but in the Super Middleweight division earlier this year. Les is stepping down a weight division to middle weight where he is eagerly awaiting the his biggest fight of his career.
Article posted on 25.07.2012
“Ive fought the best this country has to offer, but now is the real test for me, I’m taking on a guy who has fought the best of the best and has knocked out the best of the best. He is still doing so coming off a second round knock out win against Mauro Lucero with a record of 46 wins, but I’ve trained extremely hard and I’m ready for the challenge.”
Campas, a man who has fought the likes of Hector Camacho both senior and junior, Felix Trinidad, Fernando Vargas and of course, ‘The Golden Boy’ Oscar De La Hoya. 'Yory Boy' Campas is no stranger to big fights having fought in 12 World title bouts alone, Campas is coming here for one reason and one reason only and that is to knock out Sherrington.
“I’m happy to be the underdog, I love the status, it in fact makes me hungrier and of course all Aussies thrive on it. I can’t wait to be fighting back home on the Gold Coast in front of all my fans and show them and the world just how hard I've been working to make my dream a reality. I can't wait to win come July 28”
The press conference is open to the public and will take place Wednesday 25 July 20, 2012 at Lauxes 2685 Gold Coast Highway, Broadbeach QLD 4218.
The fights will take place on July 28 at the Gold Coast Convention and Exhibition center and tickets are available now at ticketek.com.au at just $20 for children and $37 dollars for adults.
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