Light welterweight prospect Bradley Saunders (12-1) is preparing to meet with specialist hand surgeon Mike Hayton in a bid to save his career. In his 13th professional contest at the Liverpool Olympia on September 12th, Saunders managed to badly damage both of his hands in a disastrous comeback fight from injury, resulting in the loss of his unbeaten record. In frustration, under...
Light welterweight Bradley Saunders (12-0) is back in action following a long layoff from injury on September 19th at the Liverpool Olympia on the undercard of Stephen Smith’s title eliminator. The undefeated 140-pounder from County Durham now residing in Marbella has not fought for six months, his last fight resulting in a fifth round stoppage over tough Frenchman Stephane Benito...
Unbeaten light welterweight, Bradley Saunders (12-0) claims to have fully recovered from the injury that kept him out of a Commonwealth title fight last April and also stated his ambition to fight the best out there in the talent-packed 140lbs division. Following over two years of injury woe, the County Durham star is now back in the gym and working hard towards a September date...
Bradley Saunders remains on shelf until fall, but eager to face Dave Ryan after win over John Wayne Hibbert
Bradley Saunders gave his reaction on light welterweight rivals Dave Ryan and John Wayne Hibbert’s clash last weekend at London’s O2 Arena. The former Olympian was due to face Dave Ryan 17-8 last April but has since been forced to sit out on the sidelines for several months after damaging tendons and ligaments in his right hand in training for the big fight due to take place...
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