Ryan Brawley is deep in preparation for arguably the biggest fight of his career, as he gets ready to face Scottish boxing great, Willie Limond, on September 9 at the Paisley Lagoon Centre.
Irvine’s Brawley recently made his comeback after a four year lay off, and has opened up on how training camp has gone ahead of his clash with Limond.
Brawley said, “Training camp is going really well, Everything is just falling into place for it. It’s been a hard camp but hopefully, it’s all been worth it”
Brawley vs Limond has been a much talked about contest in recent months and the Irvine man has previewed what fight fans in attendance can expect come September 9 at the Paisley Lagoon Centre.
The one time Prizefighter Champion said, “Fans can expect a good fight as Willie has a more come forward style where as I am more hit move etc.
“So I see it being a very good fight for the fans.”
Many see Brawley’s clash with Limond as the biggest fight of Brawley’s career. In what will be an electric atmosphere at the Lagoon Centre, the Irvine Welterweight gave his take on Willie Limond and what the future holds for the Irvine man.
Brawley elaborated, “Fighting Willie is great step in my career as he is a fantastic boxer and won numerous titles, I just feel I have all the capabilities to beat him
“I don’t know what the future holds at this point. My focus is firmly on Willie Limond at the moment.”
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