Luke Campbell MBE has itchy knuckles and Now is ready to take out His Frustrations at the Liacouras Center in Philadelphia on Friday (March 15) Go on DAZN at the Usa and about Sky Sports from Britain Because he waits for his shot at the WBC World Lightweight.
Campbell (19-2 1-5 KOs) is ranked no 1 at the WBC and landed the mandatory slot to get its planet name when he exacted revenge Yvan Mendy at Wembley Stadium, London in September.
WBC ruler Mikey Garcia has stepped around Welterweight to manage Errol Spence this weekend, even leaving Campbell unsure of this Californian celebrity ’s aims following his departure at Dallas, Texas, but doubts he will go back down to 135lbs after facing Spence.
The London 2012 Olympic Gold medal star was superb in his first World title clash, being spat outside via split decision contrary to then-WBA and WBC Diamond king Jorge Linares at September 2017 at la — together with Campbell compelling the Venezuelan shortly after losing his father in the build-up to the fight.
The Hull favorite boxes at the States for the third time at the paid rankings and his second fight with trainer Shane McGuigan, and the 31 year old believes it’s just a question of time before he fulfils his Globe title dreams.
“I cannot sit around and wait without fighting, I’damn hungry, I want to be the finest and match my fantasy of becoming a World winner,” said Campbell, who encounters Adrian Young (26-5-2 20 KOs) over ten rounds in Philadelphia.
“I don’t have a lot of miles on the clock, I live the entire life, I’m very dedicated and I want to be the most useful, this ’s driving me. Every thing in my life is projected around Boxing, maybe not the other way round, therefore I won’t stop until I achieve what I need.
“I’d like a rematch with Jorge. Basically were able to face him know I’d beat himand that would wash my record. I’d love to right this wrong, it was a really close struggle that ” he nicked it on his show at his backyard.
I am able to easily see my loved each week and that makes a large difference, I really do so to my family and they are the water that feeds my flower.
“Shane is increasing my game in every section, I believe that I am already learning to be a far superior fighter plus also I feel these upcoming few years is going to be the best of my livelihood. Once you might have a mind for Boxing and you’ll be able to read and see the game, it doesn’regardless of what age you are. He’s more experience when compared to a lot of other trainers at World degree and he’s successfulhe’s very professional in what he can and at first time in my career that I feel I’m learning the professional side of this game.
“Barry McGuigan is a lot too and it’s great, he’s very enthusiastic, has lots of stories when you are sparring and also you grab his attention and he gives you the thumbs up or only even just a tiny wink, it frees you on. ”
Campbell’s clash with Young is part of a massive nights activity from Philadelphia on St Patrick’s weekend bombarded by a World name double-header as Philly’s Tevin Farmer (28-4-1 6 KOs) comes home to guard his IBF Super-Featherweight name against Ireland’s Jono Carroll (16-0-1 3 KOs), and Irish sense Katie Taylor (12-0 5 KOs) looks to merge the light weight division once more, putting her IBF and WBA straps online against Brazil’s WBO winner Rose Volante (14-0 8 KOs).
Philadelphia middle weight warrior Gabriel Rosado (24-11-1 14 KOs) confronts Poland’s Maciej Sulecki (27-1 11 KOs) for the WBO International name and a probable World title shot at Demetrius Andrade, Philly light weight ’s Hank Lundy (29-7-1 14 KOs) and Avery Sparrow (9-1 3 KOs) struggle for local pride, Olympic Gold decoration man Daniyar Yeleussinov (5-0 3 KOs) and Silver medalist John Joe Nevin (11-0 4 KOs) preference their first actions of 20-19, unbeaten Super-Middleweight D’Mitrius Ballard (19-0 1 2 KOs) confronts Victor Fonseca (17-9-1 14 KOs) while exciting New Jersey amateur star Raymond Ford makes his pro debut.