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P.J. Murray 11th Oct 2011 - 21:29

Prizefighter: The Super Flyweights

The Super Flywieghts promise some fast and powerful action for the latest instalment in the Prizefighter series.

By default, the sheer lack of depth in this lower division means that some of the best in the class will take part live on Sky.

Current British Super Flyweight champion Lee Haskins heads the betting at 5/2. Although he won't be putting his title at risk he will of course look to consolidate his position with a win in what is fast becoming a very prestigious tournament. The 28 year old Southpaw has only ever lost twice in his 24 professional fight career. He has 10 KO's with 22 wins.

Don Broadhurst (6/1) could well be relishing a rematch with Haskins as the Bristol born boxer defeated Broadhurst to claim the British title in December. How tasty would a first round match between these two be?

Craig Lyon (10/3) will be eyeing the title to add to his English Bantamweight belt. The St Helens native is unbeaten as it stands. Lyon, along with Haskins, are the biggest punchers on the card, but they might struggle to get up to speed in the short distance.

Lyon isn't the only one putting a 100% record on the line as former England International Nathan Reeve (10/1) also has 100%. He has four wins in his first year, two coming by way of knockout. He may be inexperienced but many a boxer has come of age in the cauldron that is the Prizefighter arena.

Ryan Farrag (11/2), may be another with only a handful of fights, could be one to watch on the night. The simple fact that he is only just out of the amateur game means that he will still be suited to the quick short rounds. He should be able to start fast and that is the key, if you can catch your opponent cold, it doesn't matter what your experience level is, you're going to win.

Mike Robinson (13/2) was featured on the Haye v Klitscho undercard, and has been boxing since he was 11. The Liverpool native lost when he fought Ross Burkinshaw for the vacant English Super Flyweight title, going down in the 7th. But he will want to at least claim some Super Flyweight glory with a win tonight.

Finally at 33/1 there is youtube sensation Usman Ahmed http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RJPesST-skg enough said.

 
 
 

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