Bellew v Flores: What is Social Media saying in the build-up?
Liverpool’s Echo Arena plays host to Tony Bellew’s WBC cruiserweight title bout against American BJ Flores this weekend, as the 33-year-old Brit looks to retain his belt.
At 1/10, Bellew is a huge favourite to win this one, with the Liverpudlian boasting the advantage of the home crowd. Meanwhile, Flores at 6/1 goes into this one as the outsider.
One thing is for sure, it’ll certainly be an exciting night of boxing.
So, while the boxers prepare to meet in the ring, we thought we’d take a look at how the world of Social Media is calling this one, along with a word or two from the title holder…
Bellew certainly fancies his chances this weekend…
— Tony Bellew (@TonyBellew) October 12, 2016
The Liverpudlian also had a lot to say in this week’s press conference…
— Sky Sports News HQ (@SkySportsNewsHQ) October 10, 2016
Manager and promoter David Coldwell is just as eager as we are…
— Dave Coldwell (@davidcoldwell) October 10, 2016
Well I suppose if you don’t ask, you don’t get…
— Kai Hind (@KaiHind96) October 13, 2016
Perhaps this chap can help you out, Kai!
— Luke weedall (@LukeWeedall) September 20, 2016
If anyone happens to be around on Friday, get yourself along!
All welcome! pic.twitter.com/FyAecgRwrN
— Matchroom Boxing (@MatchroomBoxing) October 13, 2016
We’re offering 4/7 for Bellew to win by KO, TKO or DQ, in case you were wondering…
BJ Flores looks so pale & dark around the eyes. And he cut short his media workout yesterday. He’s going to get stopped by Bellew.
— Boxing Kingdom (@BoxingKingdom14) October 13, 2016
35 have tried and failed…
— EN news Sport (@ENnewsSport) October 13, 2016
It’s a busy day for Bellew on Saturday, but we’re sure he’ll put aside some time to keep up-to-date with how Everton are doing away at Manchester City. It’s 6/1 for the Toffees to grab all three points in case you were wondering, Tony…
— Matchroom Boxing (@MatchroomBoxing) October 12, 2016
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