Lee Glover ready to cut loose
‘Tipton Slasher’ Lee Glover will continue his quest to make up for lost time in his second bout after a 33-month spell on the sidelines.
The 32-year-old features on BCB Promotions’ summer offering at Walsall Town Hall tonight, in a show entitled The Heat Is On.Glover is eager to get back into title contention after unsuccessful English and Area Title shots in recent years. He’s only been beaten four times, having gone twice for the English title at super feather and the Midlands crown at feather. He was also downed by Choi Tseveenpurev in Prizefighter.
“I’m back in the gym and hungry again,” he said. “I’ve had a decent camp and I’m feeling fit and strong,” said Glover.
“My losses have all come against good fighters – Leigh Wood, Andy Townend, Jon Kays and Choi Tseveenpurev. I know I have the ability to get at least an Area Title so I’m hoping to push on from here.
“I’m a tough opponent for anybody as I’ve proved in my career so far. I’m just looking forward to getting back out there.”
Rowley Regis’s Tyler Denny is back in action on the Town Hall card, in his first outing since vacating the Midlands middleweight title.
Troi Coleman, from Burntwood, is also on the card, as is and Sid Bowater, from Wolverhampton, returns after two years out, looking to rebuild in the welterweight ranks.