✯✯BOXING PPV®✯✯Reece Bellotti vs Ryan Doyle™✯✯Live streaming✯✯
The Commonwealth featherweight champion makes the second defence of his title against Ryan Doyle on Wednesday night, live on Sky Sports.
Bellotti (12-0-KO11) will be making the seventh appearance at the iconic Bethnal Green venue but even with Lawrence Okolie and Luke Watkins the headline acts, the Watford fighter is looking to produce another impressive win.
Bellotti won his first ABA title at York Hall, made his professional debut there and in October, completed his hat-trick by taking the Commonwealth title away from Jason Cunningham, with a blistering sixth-round stoppage.
The 27-year-old, known as 'Bomber', has yet to be taken into the second half of a title fight but is expecting Doyle (16-2-1-KO8) to be anything but a pushover.
Currently standing at 12-0 as a pro, with only one opponent hearing the final bell. Reece ‘Bomber’ Bellotti is certainly starting to make noise in his march through the Featherweight division.
Already an English, WBC International Silver and current Commonwealth champion to his ledger, the exciting Watford puncher makes his third defence of his Commonwealth title against Lancashire’s ‘Ruthless’ Ryan Doyle at York Hall in Bethnal Green on Wednesday 6th June, as part of a co-feature to Luke Watkins vs Lawrence Okolie Cruiserweight Commonwealth title defence on the NXTGEN show.
With a possible British title, and even European shot down the line, slipping up on Wednesday 6th is certainly not an option. I catch up with the undefeated puncher on his challenge ahead, Issac Lowe, Selby v Warrington outcome and possible British title shot that lays ahead.
The fight will be screened live on Sky Sports and looks certain to be one of the fights of 2018.
A former English featherweight champion, Doyle (16-2-1, 8 KO’s) has been craving a big fight since his an impressive but ultimately unsuccessful challenge for James Tennyson’s WBA International super featherweight title in June 2017Doyle, 26, accepted the fight on just three days notice and acquitted himself well despite a broken hand before fading and being rescued by his corner.Since that night, Doyle has recorded two victories and is now back in the hunt for major titles.Doyle enters the fight with Bellotti on the back of the best training camp of his life and his girlfriend today gave birth to his second child.The Gorton pressure fighter is more motivated than ever to make the most of this massive opportunity.In this video, Doyle talks about his preparation for the fight, what he expects from Bellotti, and just what a victory would mean to him.