'Glamour Boy' makes it five

GUERNSEY flyweight Brad Watson faces a busy schedule after extending his unbeaten record in London last night.

Ducking Delroy: Bradley Watson on the attack against Delroy Spencer. (Picture by Passport Photo Service, 1299161)
Ducking Delroy: Bradley Watson on the attack against Delroy Spencer. (Picture by Passport Photo Service, 1299161)

GUERNSEY flyweight Brad Watson faces a busy schedule after extending his unbeaten record in London last night.

Watson made it five wins out of five with a four-round points win over Delroy Spencer at the Millennium Hotel in Mayfair – and the 22-year-old is back in the ring in just four weeks.

He is set to be matched on a championship bill in Fareham on Saturday 23 February and manager Mickey Helliet has another fight pencilled in for Watson on his show at the Camden Centre on Saturday 23 March.

Watson launched a big year with a clear-cut points win. Referee Bob Williams scored his fight against Spencer 40-37.

Spencer was having the 164th fight of his ring career and needed all his know-how to get through to the final bell.

Comments for: "'Glamour Boy' makes it five"

PB FALLA

Well done and good luck

vic gamble

...well done indeed PB...pity you could not have been so magnanimous about Heather Watson..??

checo

good point vic, if they are to support one family member they need to support them all. when will this chaos end?!

Quizzed

Well done Bradley, a bit of hard work goes a long way eh!

@PB Falla

Worlds Top 50? Britain's No 1

No!

But still very well done!

Local Pete

PB is correct again, well done that man. Also well done to 'Glamour Boy' is that the best name they could think up??