Troy Williamson Has His Say
“I just hope Josh takes the fight and isn’t like all the others who just want easy fights.” Troy told Probellum.com
He went on to say “I’ve known Josh since our amateur days and we are friends outside of the ring, but that will have to be put to one side if we fight.”
Troy Williamson 18-0-1 with 11 KO’s defeated the tough, durable war machine Ted Cheeseman to claim the British 154lbs title by way of TKO in what was a contender for fight of the year 2021.
Is Josh Kelly Ready?
Josh Kelly – 11-1-1 with 7 KO’s suffered his only defeat as a professional at the hands of the massively under-rated David Avanesyan.
The natural talent, skill and confidence from Josh Kelly is on display for all to see. Is Josh Kelly ready for the likes of Williamson? dubbed a few years ago as ”a future world champion” the clock is ticking to make that a reality. It appears, at 28 years old, he will have to win this extremely tough match up to keep any hope of achieving this dream.
When Could This Happen?
The purse bid for the showcase is set for August 10. However, Josh Kelly is currently set to fight at the end of July, facing Lucas Brian Ariel Bastida. 18-1-1. This fight would be for the vacant WBO International Super-Welterweight Title. We will have to wait and see who he faces, and when over the coming weeks. There was also rumours of Kelly Facing reality TV star/MMA fighter, turned boxer
Summary: Troy Williamson Vs Josh Kelly
What route should Josh Kelly take?
Will he ever become a world champion?
Can he beat Williamson?
As we touched on above, Josh Kelly is a supremely talented fighter. Kelly can sometimes be ”gun shy” when his opponent demonstrates good power. Williams certainly has the power. But does he have the talent and movement to land it on the slick, smooth Kelly?