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Boxing: Johnny Coyle to face Innocent Anyanwu at Brentwood Centre on Saturday

PUBLISHED: 12:00 20 July 2017

Johnny Coyle was previously a WBC youth world champion earlier in his career (pic: Len Whaley)

Johnny Coyle was previously a WBC youth world champion earlier in his career (pic: Len Whaley)

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Johnny Coyle is back in action this weekend when he faces welterweight rival Innocent Anyanwu at the Brentwood Centre on Saturday.

Also looking for a win on the show is local cruiserweight prospect Harjeet Singh who registered a debut win at York Hall in May.

The show also features John Wayne Hibbert, Jake O’Meara, Tyler Goodjohn, Tey Lynn Jones Sohail Ahmed and David Allen.

East London based super welter Arthur Hermann will attract his local fan following to York Hall on Sunday where he faces Ryan Toms on the Tommy Dove promotion.

Born in Kazakhstan, Hermann launched his pro career with a string of wins, but has lost two out of his last three bouts.

Hermann will start favourite against York Hall regular Toms on the Sunday show that also sees Ashley Dumetz, Jason Ball, Andre Sterling, Elvis Dube, Onder Ozgul, Jimmy Smith, Shaquille Day and Nathaniel Wilson in action.

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