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Ted Cheeseman holds press conference ahead of fight against Sergio Garcia LIVE! | Boxing News

Last Updated: 14/01/19 2:56pm







Watch a live stream of the press conference here

Watch a live stream of the press conference here

Ted Cheeseman is stepping up in class against European champion Sergio Garcia – and you can watch live as the fighters hold their first press conference.

The British champion can continue his rise up the super-welterweight rankings when he challenges Garcia on February 2 – live on Sky Sports – with Lawrence Okolie also returning on a bill which features a grudge fight between Jake Ball and Craig ‘Spider’ Richards at The O2.

Click on the video above to watch live as Cheeseman, Garcia, and the undercard fighters take to the stage in front of the media.

Ted Cheeseman is targeting the European title after 15 straight wins Ted Cheeseman is targeting the European title after 15 straight wins

Ted Cheeseman is targeting the European title after 15 straight wins

Liverpudlian Anthony Fowler will be watching Cheeseman with interest as both men have called for a domestic clash later this year.

But fellow super-welterweight Scott Fitzgerald wants to disrupt these plans as he is expected to fight Fowler first in Liverpool in March.

Lawrence Okolie also appears on next month's bill at The O2 Lawrence Okolie also appears on next month's bill at The O2

Lawrence Okolie also appears on next month’s bill at The O2

Okolie has a big year ahead of him, with the unbeaten cruiserweight voicing his desire to battle the likes of Denis Lebedev as he moves towards world level.

There is also plenty at stake for Ball and Richards, two light-heavyweight contenders with ambitions at stake in a must-win fight.

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