Fight Night Live sees Mandatory Challenger Liam Williams take on Andrew Robinson as he wishes to take once step closer to a WBO Middleweight Championship bout with Demetrius Andrade. Giulio Magliano runs through the card, makes his predictions and shares his best betting tips.
What Event is this?
Queensberry Promotions Fight Night live – Liam Williams vs Andrew Robinson
Where is the Venue Located?
BT Sport Studio, Stratford
How many bouts are going to be on the undercard?
There is going to be four undercard bouts on the Williams vs Robinson show
What time will the event take place?
19:00 GMT on Saturday 10th October 2020
Where can you watch it?
FIGHT NIGHT LIVE Main Event – Liam Williams vs Andrew Robinson
Liam Williams (22-2-1)
“The Machine” Liam Williams from Wales has been unbeaten in his last six fights and will make his second defence of his British middleweight title. After his two defeats against former WBO middleweight champion Liam Smith in 2017, many thought he wouldn’t recover from the loss. He displayed courage, power and skill against Mark Heffron and Alantez Fox.
He is now the mandatory challenger for WBO middleweight champion Demetrius Andrade and wholeheartedly believes he can beat astonishingly. The pandemic put everything in a halt and therefore has to wait for his title shout, but he still wants to stay active and keep winning, which is why he will challenge the sturdy Andrew Robinson.
Andrew Robinson (24-4-1)
The former English title challenger from Redditch has finessed himself into a mandatory position for the British title following three consecutive wins. The 35-year-old must do anything to stop Williams’ world title chances and become mandatory.
Cacace vs Woodstock
Anthony Cacace will defend the British Super-Featherweight title against the contender from Hackney Lyon Woodstock. Cacace won the Lonsdale belt against Sam Bowen in 2019, and I think this will be another epic encounter.
Metcalf vs Flatley
James Metcalf will make his first defense of his Commonwealth super-welterweight title. He will plan to move up to 22-0 against Jack Flatley and subsequently put himself in the domestic scene against Anthony Fowler and Troy Williams. Flatley will want to end Metcalf’s win streak after his English title loss.
“Anthony Cacace and Lyon Woodstock should be a real barnstormer, and the winner of this one will be an excellent position to secure more big fights in what is a thriving super featherweight division. I am also looking forward to seeing JJ Metcalf back in action against Jack Flatley. JJ has been absent through injury and if he comes through this and retains his Commonwealth title there are massive fights in front of him on the domestic super welterweight front.” – Frank Warren
Gorman vs Lartey
Nathan Gorman will fight Ghanaian Richard Lartey in a 10-round heavyweight clash. Gorman is one of the most talented young heavyweights in the UK today, but after his knockout loss against Daniel Dubois in July 2019, he remained under the radar for a while and kept himself busy in the gym. Now he finally returns after a 15-month layoff to face it against one of Dubois’ former opponents. If he wants to put himself back in the heavyweight mix, he will have to put in an excellent performance and prove that he belongs with the rest of the young talents.
Dennis McCann vs Pedro Matos
Bantamweight McCann will have his eighth professional bout after his terrific performance he put in against Brett Fidoe, whom he stopped in the second round.
Ryan Garner vs Sean Davies
Garner will also be on the undercard of Williams vs Robinson facing a seasoned fighter from Birmingham named Sean Davies in a Super-Featherweight fight.
Cacace will beat Woodstock in a wide, unanimous decision.
Metcalf will stop Flatley in a late TKO between rounds 9-12.
I believe Gorman will finish the job quickly and stop Lartey in the Early rounds between 4-6.
McCann will also get the Job via a wide unanimous decision.
Garner’s fight will also be a decision victory.
Giulio’s Betting Tips
Williams didn’t need to take this fight; he could just sit back and wait for his title shot against Andrade. However, he does not want to lengthen out his ring rust; he wants to keep himself busy and continue his Knockout journey. Get Liam Williams and Andrew Robinson to fight at least 3 Rounds at 7/10* with Mark Jarvis.
It should still be an early night for Robinson in the one, and I believe Williams stops Robinson between rounds four and six. Get Liam Williams to Win in Rounds 4-6 at 21/10* with Mark Jarvis.
Like Williams, I believe Nathan Gorman will get the win. Gorman will finish the job quickly and I think stop Lartey in the early rounds between four and six. Get Gorman to win in Rounds 4-6 at 14/5* with Mark Jarvis.
*Odds as of time of writing (Friday 9th October) and subject to change
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