Jenman for Cameron after Butler pulls out

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Liam Cameron will now defend his Commonwealth middleweight title against Nicky Jenman at ICE Sheffield on April 27 after previous oppo Danny Butler pulled out.

Cameron who WON the title beating Sam Sheedy that that EPIC local derby last October is ready to roll and now takes on southpaw Jenman who comes off at controversial loss for the IBO continental middleweight title against Andrew Robinson.

The show which is televised LIVE on FREESPORT has now hotted up even more after the opponent change with promoter Dennis Hobson warning Jenman has the ability to cause an UPSET come April 27.

“I got a call from Danny Butler’s manager,” Hobson told DAILY SPORT Boxing, “who said, ‘I’ve got a problem with Danny’.  I haven’t got to the bottom of what the issue is, and I’m not sure it’s just an injury, but I didn’t hang about to be honest with just a couple of weeks to go.  I knew when I got off the phone we had to find someone else.

“I’m sat in Tenerife thinking about my contacts and one of them is Jon Pegg, who manages Nicky Jenman.  I’ve been following Nicky because he just lost an IBO Title fight in controversial circumstances.  I like Nicky’s attitude, he was one of the people we were looking at to fight Liam originally because he’s always in good fights, and if you’re not prepared physically and mentally then you’ll struggle against him.   

“So, it’s a great opportunity for Nicky and he’s taken the fight with both hands.  I don’t think, in England, at this short notice we could have got anyone better who will put up a great fight.  If Liam isn’t on top of his game then Nicky will expose him, it will be a great television fight and this is a good test for Liam.  He has all the ability but if he doesn’t turn up with the same attitude he had against Sheedy then he would struggle against both Danny Butler and Nicky Jenman.  We’ll find out after the first round what sort of Liam Cameron has turned up.

“Liam is a very experienced amateur, an ABA champion, he has great pedigree and if he can’t handle an opponent change at short notice then he’s not the fighter we all think he is.  I think Liam will handle it well, he’ll cope because he can adapt but he has to have the right attitude.”

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