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DynaBeast bidding to make it a Doncaster Dome double

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  • by Ashley Ball Boxing
 

THEY call themselves Team DynaBeast and they are planning on middleweight domination.

Mickey ‘Dynamite’ Davies and Luke ‘The Beast’ Crowcroft came up with the name in reference to their knockout power and big ticket sales.

Both fighters forced stoppage wins on the last Doncaster Dome bill and their fans will be out in force again as they take another step forward in their burgeoning careers tonight.

For Stainforth’s Davies, aged 27, his fourth outing in the professional ranks sees him up against Essex fighter Costas Osben and he will be boxing to orders.

“I want to get my jab working in this fight. It would not hurt me at all to get the rounds under my belt because I want to move up to six rounds next time,” he said.

“Luke came up with the name and it stuck really. We’ve always been in the gym together from before we turned professional and we’re exciting to watch.

“I’ve stopped two out of three so far and I think I’m one of the heaviest hitting light-middleweights in the country.”

There’s no doubting either that Crowcroft, even at just 18, is going to be a force to be reckoned with.

Trainer Stefy Bull has called him ‘Britain’s hottest prospect’ and the former amateur star will be tested in his second fight.

Scawthorpe’s Crowcroft is in with Lincoln’s Mitch Mitchell who has a 1-3 record from boxing in the away corner and he has already done six rounds.

“He’s got a bit more experience than me and he’s tough. He gives it a go and it will be another test for me early on in my career,” said Crowcroft.

“Me and Mickey give people what they want to see. We both got knockouts on the last show and it’s down to us to make the shows exciting so people want to come back.

“Stefy is making the tough fights and it’s up to us to come through them with flying colours. I’m on the straight and narrow with my boxing and I want to win titles.”

Debutant Harworth light-welter Josh Morgan will face Vaclav Skromach, who Davies stopped on the last bill whilst Andy Townend is now in with Geordie former English title challenger Dougie Curran over six, three minute rounds.

 

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