smith-egginton-boxing-live-freeLiam Smith will make his long-awaited Liverpool homecoming on March 30, 2019 when he takes on Sam Eggington at M&S Bank Arena.

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Smith became Liverpool’s first World Champion in over 20 years when he stopped American John Thompson to claim the WBO Super-Welterweight crown in 2015 before making a second successful defence of the title against Predrag Radosevic at the same venue in 2016. Despite both boxers knowing each other so well, Smith remains confident.

“It’s a very good fight for me,” said Smith in a Matchroom Boxing press release statement. “I’ve done a lot — and I mean a lot — of sparring with Sam. You know what you are going to get with him. He comes to fight. You aren’t sitting on the edge of your seat wondering what he’s going to bring. You know exactly what he’s bringing.”

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Previous European Welterweight Champion Eggington realizes he is battling for his profession subsequent to enduring a stun stoppage thrashing to Tanzania’s Hassan Mwakinyo at Arena Birmingham in September.

‘The Savage’ was getting ready to confront previous World ruler Brandon Rios at Wembley Stadium when he was cleared out by the little-known African, yet the Stourbridge man trusts a success against Smith would return his name in the blend for title activity at 154lbs.

Super-Welterweight rivals Anthony Fowler and Scott Fitzgerald put their unbeaten records on hold when they meet in a standout amongst the most excitedly foreseen household conflicts of the year. Preston’s Fitzgerald says he is an “alternate dimension” to Fowler’s past rivals however ‘The Machine’ has promised to “experience” his previous colleague to set-up a mouth-watering conflict with British Champion Ted Cheeseman.

Also on the bill, recently delegated European Super-Lightweight Champion Joe Hughes clashes with Liverpool’s British Champion Robbie Davies Jnr in another delectable household showdown.