Boxer fights in Fury’s corner following abuse
A Biddulph boxer has used the spotlight on his latest win to speak out against the abuse he has seen being hurled at fellow fighters such as Tyson Fury.
Twenty-nine-year old James Biddulph enjoyed another successful night at King’s Hall in Stoke-on-Trent on Saturday, claiming his second victory following a five-year hiatus from the ring.
He beat Sheffield’s Qasim Hussain on points in “a massive win” in the super lightweight class, claiming three out of the four rounds to emerge with 39 points to Hussain’s 37.
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