Luke Blackledge has vowed to beat Liam Cameron to be crowned Commonwealth champion when the pair lock horns on Saturday night.
The 24-year-old WBC International Silver super-middleweight supremo, who also owns British Masters and International Masters straps, is confident of seeing the job through this time ahead of the contest at Blackburn’s King George’s Hall.
I will beat him and I will be Commonwealth championLuke Blackledge
The last time Blackledge fought for the belt he was stopped in the first round against Rocky Fielding on the undercard of Froch versus Groves I at Manchester’s Phones 4u Arena.
“I feel good,” he said. “I just need to turn up and perform well now. I’ll do the business.
“This is definitely the fight that I’ve been looking forward to the most. I’ve been chasing a big fight for months now and I’ve definitely got it with this kid.
“He will be confident but I don’t think he’s got a chance against me. I will beat him and I will be Commonwealth champion.”