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Metcalf To Defend Title On Warrington/Frampton Undercard



JJ Metcalf will defend his WBC International super-welterweight title against Liam Williams on the undercard of Josh Warrington’s IBF featherweight title defence against Carl Frampton at the Manchester Arena on December 22.

 

The two super-welterweights have made no secret of their dislike towards one another as they continue to exchange verbal punches on social media.

 

“It’s started off as a bit of banter but then the more we knew the fight was going to happen, the joking around had stopped and things just turned over night, it’s got to a point where I genuinely just want to punch his face in” said Williams, from Wales.

 

Williams has strung together a couple of stoppage victories since his two defeats to former WBO super-welterweight champion Liam Smith and says he is now ready to be back involved in the big fights.

 

“I’m really happy the fight has been made. I love being involved in competitive fights and you won’t find a better stage to be in a good fight.

 

“JJ [Metcalf] reminds me of when I fought Ronnie Heffron. He was supposed to be this serious pressure fighter, a lot of people raving about him and I made him retire sitting on his stool after six rounds and I think it’s going to be a similar story with JJ.”

 

‘Kid Shamrock’ JJ Metcalf has been in fantastic form and has been able to maintain his undefeated status with a string of good performances; most recently in June when he defeated the tough and experienced Spaniard, Aitor Nieto, stopping him in the twelfth round of their WBC International title fight.

 

The Liverpudlian is undefeated in eighteen fights with 10 of them coming by way of knockout and is going into this contest full of confidence.

 

“I can’t wait for this fight. He seems to be a guy [Williams] that easily gets wound up and he’s ended up being very disrespectful towards me on social media.

 

“He was in with a great fighter like Liam Smith and he showed everyone he wasn’t good enough to beat him and it’s going to be the same story come December 22nd, he isn’t going to be good enough to beat me either.”




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