Title: Chloe Watson vs. Justine Lallemand: An Epic Ring Fight Night on Channel 5, November 10, 2023
Today’s press conference was anything but tame, with Chloe Watson and Justine Lallemand nearly coming to blows ahead of their title fight. This showdown, airing live on Channel 5, is set to be a sizzler. The flyweight division is bracing for impact as these two fighters collide on Friday night, vying for the vacant European crown. The scene at the Toughsheet Community Stadium in Bolton is heating up, with live coverage kicking off at 10pm.
The event, brought to us by Ladbrokes, Numan, and Infinitum Entertainment, promises to be a night of thrilling boxing action. It’s not just about Watson and Lallemand; the card also boasts the heavyweight return of Nathan Gorman and the much-awaited pro debut of ten-time national amateur champ Dan Toward. Let’s not forget the rising featherweight sensation, Codie Smith, ready to dazzle the crowd.
However, all eyes were on Watson and Lallemand at today’s presser. Their intense stare-down almost escalated into a full-blown brawl, thanks to their bold pre-fight banter. Lallemand, no stranger to the Euro title scene, is confident of a knockout win. She’s here to claim victory, and she’s not shy about it, claiming Watson’s never faced anyone like her.
Watson, trained by the legendary Ricky Hatton, is equally confident. She’s ready to prove her mettle in the ring, touting her impressive track record both as a pro and an amateur. Feeling stronger and fitter than ever, Watson is gearing up for a memorable night.
Kalle Sauerland, the big cheese at Wasserman Boxing, is all praises for Watson. He sees her not just as a tough contender but as a potential trailblazer for British women in the flyweight division. With the sport’s female side on a meteoric rise, Watson’s journey is just beginning. While Katie Taylor remains the queen of the ring, Watson’s viewer figures are nothing to scoff at. Sauerland, having steered Cecilia Brækhus to glory, is confident Watson’s on a similar path.
In a twist, Roman Fury had to bow out of the event due to illness