News May 2019

Livefight previews Coldwell's "Call of Duty" show feat. 5 interviews


By @john_evans79

Dave Coldwell has put together yet another packed card for Manchester’s fight fans this weekend as he promotes ‘Call of Duty’ at Bowler’s Arena. The show features some of the North West’s most talented young fighters and should provide them with a springboard for a successful 2014.

Ryan Doyle tops the bill as he takes on Michael Ramabeletsa for the International Masters featherweight title. Doyle, 8-0 (5 KO’s), goes by the moniker ‘Ruthless’ and carries an air of menace to the ring. Rather than using his switch hitting style to draw leads and counter punch, Doyle uses the unorthodox style to apply pressure and force openings for his spiteful blows. The 22 year old could prove to be one of British boxing’s breakout stars of 2104.

South African born Ramabeletsa has been used as a measuring stick for some of British boxing’s best prospects and although he tends to come up short against the better fighters he is better than his 11-10 (5 KO’s) record suggests. Fighters like Paul Butler and Kal Yafai have found it impossible to stop Ramabeltsa and the 31 year old will be determined to make it third time lucky after two previous Master’s title fight defeats.

Super bantamweight Liam Hanrahan, 5-0 (3 KO’s), returns from a six month layoff and will be keen to make up for lost time when he takes on Spaniard Saul Tejada over six rounds. People are beginning to sit up and take notice of the 24 year old and in an interview with Livefight this week, he spoke of his belief that he isn’t a million miles away from challenging for domestic honours.

Liam Conroy, 5-1 (1 KO), takes on Robert Studzinski at middleweight and ‘The Terminator’ will be hoping for a more straightforward performance than his last outing when he had to drag himself off the canvas twice to outpoint Gary Cooper. The aggressive Studzinski will throw plenty of shots and Conroy will need to be on high alert to avoid being dragged in to another shootout.

Talented light welterweight Jack Catterall, 6-0 (3 KO’s) makes his first appearance of the year and the 20 year old will be aiming to prove why he is rated as one of the North’s brightest prospects. Catterall meets Aleksas Vaseris over six rounds and is sure to be looking for a title opportunity before too long.

Ryan Doyle’s gym mate Rob Hough ,1-0 (1 KO), meets the unpredictable Jodie Meikle at light heavyweight, heavyweight Andy Jones is looking to make some noise in just his second outing and Sale based cruiserweight Sam Hyde makes his professional debut. Peter Spencer, Kerry Evans also appear on the packed bill.

Coldwell Promotions bring you an excellent show this Saturday at the Bowler’s Arena Manchester. “Call of Duty” features a terrific main event in the British Masters Featherweight title bout between Ryan Doyle and Michael Ramabeletsa. Also on the show are Liam Hanrahan, Andy Jones and much more.

Tickets can be purchased by calling 01709 556 331 or by

The entire show will be broadcast on the excellent Coldwell Television app and Livefight managed to catch up with a few of the fighters you could be watching tomorrow night. And below are the links you need to find out what they said.

Marcus Le Doux looks forward to Coldwell show

Welsh heavyweight Andy Jones set for 2nd outing this Saturday

Hanrahan chasing Dickens, Pettitt and Walsh

Rob Hough: Working with Hatton reignited love of boxing

Sam Hyde benefiting from spars with Askin, Bellew and Carl Thompson!

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