At the final news conference in advance of his showdown Saturday against 126-pound world champ Lee Selby at London’s O2 Arena, Eric Hunter was asked for his thoughts. “I’ve come to fight,” the challenger said.
Lee Selby has one sweet post-fight plan after he takes care of Eric Hunter on Saturday at the O2 Arena in London: a slice or three of cheesecake.
Lee Selby has heard all the chirping from “big-mouthed” Eric Hunter. And, frankly, he’s heard enough.
After a breakout year, 126-pound champ Lee Selby eyes homecoming bout, potential unification fight with Leo Santa Cruz in 2016
It almost sounds as if he’s speaking of another man’s life instead of his own, like he’s narrating a movie instead of starring in it. And yet, here's Lee Selby, the leading man in the role of a lifetime thanks to 12 transformative months.
If the scorecards of the three ringside judges were any indication, Lee Selby put on one heck of a performance in his American debut.
After crossing the pond for his first fight on these shores, Lee Selby proceeded to submarine his opponent in waters as deep as the Atlantic.
From Lee Selby’s perspective, trash talk is cheap. All that really matters is what transpires within the four corners of the ring.
Welsh boxing legend Joe Calzaghe insists Lee Selby could rule the roost in the 126-pound division for many years—as long as he develops a detonating knockout punch.