Joe Hughes vs. Sandor Martin Live Stream Boxing on FuboTV
Malmesbury contender Hughes, 29, questionably passed up winning the British and European super-lightweight titles in March when losing to Robbie Davies Jnr by consistent choice at Liverpool’s Echo Arena.
Terry O’Connor’s 118-110 card for Liverpudlian Davies Jnr on that night nine months back still riddles the Wiltshire ability and numerous a nonpartisan fan.
Davies Jnr proceeded to lose a world title eliminator against Lewis Ritson in October, a challenge Hughes has his eyes set on for the imminent future.
Incidentally, Ritson should confront Hughes in August – yet the last needed to haul out of the challenge because of back damage.
With a new challenge before him, Hughes is currently savoring the possibility of handling Martin – who flaunts a 35-2 record and is positioned ninth on the planet by the WBA – in his home city.
- Name: Boxing on FuboTV
- Title: Sandor Martin versus Joe Hughes
- Date: Dec 12, 2019
- Time: 10:00 AM PST Check Sandor Martin versus Joe Hughes Local Time and Date
- Venue: Palau Olimpic Vall D’Hebron, Barcelona, Spain
- Association: Matchroom Boxing
He told the Gazette and Herald: “Sandor (Martin) is an expert, his record justifies itself with real evidence.
“He can box, he can battle, he can approach and assault and counter punch. He’s a decent rival for me, it ought to be a decent battle.”
Martin will be Hughes’ fourth southpaw adversary in the same number of years – with past challenges against ungainly characters happening against Anthony Yigit, Jack Catterall and Anthony Hardy.
In spite of losing half of his expert sessions to southpaws, Hughes demands the extra challenge while venturing into the ring with EBU European victor Martin won’t crash his title plans.
He included: “I’ve battled a larger number of southpaws – rate savvy – than anybody out there.
“I’ve battled some great southpaws, so him being one is the same old thing to me and not something that will mislead me.
“It is clumsy – his arm will be in an inappropriate spot and the range is distinctive as well. Moving your feet can be precarious as well.
“In any case, I’m dead accustomed to it, so it’s nothing that will stage me.”
Moreover, battling on the mainland will demonstrate no hindrance for Hughes.
The super-lightweight a year ago shockingly beat Andrea Scarpa in Florence, Italy, to land the then empty EBU European super-lightweight title – the very belt he will challenge tonight.
“As much as I don’t care to be away, you can’t groan about being paid to proceed to accomplish something you love – particularly in a spot like Barcelona,” said Hughes.
“This is an extraordinary open door for me in the terrace of my adversary. Everything adds to the experience.
“In Italy a year ago, being in Florence added to the entire event for me. It made it something other than a battle. It was incredible educational experience.
“My destruction to Robbie (Davies Jnr) accepted open doors from me.
“It’s been a baffling year. Be that as it may, I need to top it off pleasantly with a solid outcome.”