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Caernarfon Town to host event with boxing star Tony Bellew next year

Caernarfon Town to host event with boxing star Tony Bellew next year

The news comes during the final few days of Bellew's career, with the popular figure set to take on the formidable Oleksandr Usyk in a Cruiserweight world title showdown at the Manchester Arena on Saturday, November 10.

"No disrespect to Gassiev because he's an excellent fighter but on that night he froze and he was a walking punch bag".

But while Sky have reminded us a countless amount of times that writing Bellew off will be at your own peril, it is that slogan that really reminds us just how deep Bellew is in with the Ukrainian. One punch can change the course of a fight and, as I was saying, Bellew's got that in the locker.

Then came the pair of stoppage wins over Haye.

Bellew is a huge underdog against Usyk. But all fighters have vulnerabilities and I have to expose his.

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Although Tony has fought at Heavyweight in his last two fights, I was naturally a cruiserweight, I only moved up to Heavyweight once I had unified the division.

This is the fight that will write the biggest headlines on "The Bomber's" career. Dave Coldwell knows how to get his fighters into shape too, he has worked with Tony for five years.

Now Bellew will cut down to his natural weight class, and should hope to bring that power below the 200lb limit with him. But Tony will be going into this fight with confidence, he riding high off his recent victories and he's going to feel invincible stepping into the ring.

Bellew has declared that Saturday will be his final fight before retiring, whilst Usyk is also unlikely to fight at cruiserweight again. Just as the fight is billed - he who dares. That's the reason I didn't struggle with David Haye's speed and David Haye is much quicker than Oleksandr Usyk with one punch, and much, much, more destructive with the way he hits. Has he faced a man that can match him for speed because I can match him for speed. A body assault could be very useful in the early rounds. He's got to fight until the last second of the last round, and put the pressure on him late. Make him try and counter, and then counter that.