The highly anticipated Central Area light-welterweight title tussle between Tyrone Nurse and Joe Elfidh will be the latest battle to be screened by the Coldwell Television app. The all-action pair will bang heads on February 15th at the Doncaster Dome and show promoter Stefy Bull is expecting “fireworks” from his main event duo.
“This is a show I’m really looking forward to and I can see Tyrone and Joe putting on a real classic,” buzzed Bull. “This is the type of fight that I love to put on because it is a fight that will give fans value for money and that’s what I’m about. Doncaster is a working class place so to take money off hard-working people without giving them value at boxing shows is not my style. I want people to turn up at my shows, have a great night then spend the rest of the week talking about it. This is going to be a fight that serves that purpose.”
With a well-matched undercard that features an intriguing contest starring five fight novice, Andy Townend and former Commonwealth title challenger, Kris Hughes, Bull is super confident that fans who aren’t able to purchase a ticket for the event will be entertained via the much publicised Coldwell Television app.
“Believe me, this is a show that will have the fight public talking whether you’re there live or watching on Dave Coldwell’s app. All I want to do is try my best to put on shows for the fans that will leave them fully satisfied and ready to spend money on my shows again. Joe Elfidh v Tyrone Nurse has all the necessary ingredients to be a great domestic fight and the winner will be in a good position to push on for bigger things. This is a fight not to be missed.”