Sean George and Tyler Goodjohn are revving-up to box, battle, and scrap-it-out until the final bell in a relentless-paced and ruthless styled, bare-knuckled affair for the world featherweight title. After …
Sean George and Tyler Goodjohn are revving-up to box, battle, and scrap-it-out until the final bell in a relentless-paced and ruthless styled, bare-knuckled affair for the world featherweight title.
After his meticulous, and beautifully-brutal dismantling of hard-case Scotsman, Marc Navarro in BKB 15, Goodjohn suffered a hand injury which hindered his momentum within the Bare-Knuckle Jungle.
Now, however, the former English super-lightweight champion is fully recovered and chomping at the bit to square off against ‘The Outlaw’ and put on a display of sheer pugilistic violence over seven gruelling rounds of bare-knuckle boxing, this Saturday night, live from London’s 02.
It’s no secret that Goodjohn is thriving after bare-knuckle legacy, glory, a “Rockstar” like status within the sport, as many titles as he can get his hands-on, a nice few quid in the bank, and all through the medium of thrilling, flamboyant, and lethal, bare-knuckle prizefighting fashion.
So, come September 14, how does the Cambridgeshire man “do the business” against his Welsh combatant? Let’s take a look.
Sean George is a ferociously-hardboiled Motherf***er whose grit, determination and heart know no bounds. Bottle and big b****cks aside, the lad can box, bang, and certainly possesses enough prowess to make it a hard night’s slog for Tyler Goodjohn.
It was just over a year ago when George swam in deep, choppy waters with Jimmy Sweeney in an exhilarating and punishing seven-rounder. Sweeney claimed the TKO in the seventh, however, Sean gritted his teeth, battled, boxed, and ripped through the rounds with explosive and enthraling trades of knuckled damage against the division’s finest.
Twelve months on, George enters into this fight in the best possible stead whilst sporting the scars and possessing the vital experience of mixing-it-up with the calibre of an opponent in Jimmy Sweeney.
At times, during their BKB 15 clash, Marc Navarro would have had more chance of landing something against Goodjohn if he’d have thrown a handful of rice. Tyler demonstrated his slick and shrewd operation within the narrow breadth of BKB’s squared circle as he peppered the tough Glaswegian with stiff jabs, solid uppercuts and stinging combinations that, by the end of their encounter, had rendered his face a banged-up, bloody mask.
With his skill-set and confidence both firing on equal measure, Tyler Goodjohn should enter this bout as the bookies favourite. However, Sean George is a warm order who’ll be licking his lips at the prospect of being the first fella to put away ‘El Tornado’ in pure emphatic style, I’m sure.
Whether you’re backing Tyler or Sean, one thing is certain: this title fight will be rapid-paced and thunderously brutal.
Here’s to it!