Linus Udofia believes his upcoming British middleweight title showdown in opposition to Denzel Bentley might be remembered as a basic.
Udofia (17-0, 9 KOs) and Bentley (15-1-1, 13 KOs) contest the vacant Lonsdale Belt on the Indigo on the O2 on Could 13, dwell on Channel 5.
‘Lightning’, who’s unbeaten in his first 17 skilled bouts, insists their types will be certain that the combat doesn’t disappoint.
“I feel our types are going to gel massively,” the 28-year-old told proboxing-fans.com on the first press convention.
“I feel we each do loads of issues rather well and I feel we’ll each do loads of issues that can complement one another and it’s going to be stylistically a extremely good combine, [it’ll] simply be a fan-friendly combat.
“In my view, I feel it may well go down as a British basic.
“That’s how extremely I consider his abilities and mine.”
Bentley, 27, is aiming to become a two-time British champion, having held the belt after beating Mark Heffron in a rematch in November 2020, earlier than being stopped by Felix Money in his first defence final April.
Udofia, a former English champion and avid Luton City FC supporter, is hopeful a victory retains him on track for a dream combat at their stadium, Kenilworth Street.
“They’ve [Luton Town] been behind my journey for a very long time now,” the Bedfordshire man added.
“I do know loads of them personally, I do know the chairman personally, I do know lot of individuals within the backroom personally.
“They’ve been behind me like I’ve been behind them. It’s an excellent relationship and we help one another.
“Neglect Wembley, overlook every other stadium, I simply need [to fight at] Kenilworth Street earlier than we transfer to Energy Court docket, I simply need Kenilworth Street.
“One thing huge, I simply wish to get it on.”
Udofia’s promotional staff, Wasserman Boxing received the purse bid in February to stage the combat, beating Frank Warren‘s Queensberry Promotions, who promote Bentley and the bout will mark their first present since placing a broadcast take care of Channel 5 final month.
Kalle Sauerland, the promoter for Wasserman Boxing believes it has all of the makings of a throwback conflict.
“It’s a type of throwbacks slightly bit,” Sauerland told Pro Boxing Fans.
“It’s a British title, it’s the combat to go on and symbolize your nation on the world stage in my eyes.
“I feel it’s a type of that may actually, actually gentle up.
“The fan response on-line to that purse bid was so optimistic, rather more optimistic than some world title purse bids we’ve received.
“Once we knew the Channel 5 deal had landed, we thought that’s the place it’s heading.”
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