Symonds ready for Still ahead of Friday’s Coronet Clash

Last Daily Sport attended Mickey Helliet’s press conference for “Cometh The Hour Cometh’ The Man” which takes place at London’s Coronet Theatre this Friday night the 20th April and is being sponsored by the nation’s No.1 DAILY SPORT.

The top of the bill fight is between Chas Symonds 16-5, 5 KO’s and Darryl Still 9-3 for the vacant Southern Area Welterweight title Symonds who lost a cracker to Gavin Tait last September over 10 rounds on points also at the Coronet has vowed to be the victor come Friday night.

Symonds said”I’m here to win Still have fought in the same class as me and this fight is make of break for me so I’ll come here to win on Friday”

Also on the bill is 24yo Light-Middlewight Lewis Pinto making his pro debut after a successful career in the Queensberry Boxing League where he was know for his great KO record he takes on seasoned pro Danny Dontchev.

Also on the card is Lightweight Craig Whyatt will take on Shaun Tribble in his 2nd pro fight.

Daily Sport will also be launching a brand new online Daily Sport game on the night so if you can’t make it down to the Coronet be sure to watch the bill live on Eurosport who are broadcasting it throughout Europe and on Sky ch410 and Virgin ch521 here in the UK.


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