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Tough Test For Freddie Turner

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By Rio

London - Wednesday, 7th December 2011

Tough Test For Freddie Turner - Faces Kevin McCauley on Dec 14th

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On Wednesday 14th December Canning Town’s exciting unbeaten Welterweight prospect Freddie Turner will be making the short journey to the York Hall in Bethnal Green, where he is set to face Birmingham’s Kevin McCauley.

With just four pro bouts under his belt, all won by shutout 40-36 points margin, young Freddie will surely be facing the toughest  fight of his fledgling career to date, as McCauley is not just more experienced but also the reigning British Masters Light Middleweight Champion.

Saying that Freddie is more than confident that he will win through on the night, having said earlier, “Yes, just found out it’ll be Kevin McCauley I’ll be fighting on the 14th.

He’s a tough kid who loves to come forward. He’s no walk over, I mean he  went to Scotland and beat Craig Windsor Jnr. in his own back yard to win the British Masters title last month. I think that says all that needs to be said about him.

That doesn’t bother me though, I never mind who I fight, I believe in my talent and ability and hopefully it’ll all come together on the night.

I’ve been training hard, all’s well and looking good. I live clean and train hard, nothing can stop me now really.

I’m with the best training team, Jimmy and Mark Tibbs, in the country at the minute and they’re producing great champions.

I’m in a great, great stable, again the best in the UK - The TRAD TKO. There’s always plenty of great sparring, it’s really good and I really enjoy it here.

All’s really well and I can’t wait for the 14th, he’s gonna get smashed.”

Freddie Turner, against Kevin McCauley, features on the Francis and George Warren’s Queensberry promotions event, headlined by the British and Commonwealth Featherweight title clash between Lee Selby and John Simpson. takes place at the York Hall in Bethnal Green, and broadcast live on Sky Sports, on Wednesday the 14th December 2011.

Tickets, priced  £60 (Ringside) and £40 (Standard Seated), are available now on-line at www.tkoboxoffice.com or from the TRAD TKO Boxing Gym, Gillian House, Stephenson Street, Canning Town, London E16 4SA

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Freddie Turner quietly confident of success on the 14th

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Gianluca (Rio) Di Caro

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FREDDIE TURNER Vs. KEVIN McCAULEY

14th December 2011 @ York Hall, London