Jordan Gill the Boxer from Peterborough steps back into the ring this week for the first time since May 2019.
Gill lost his WBA International Featherweight last time round to the impressive Enrique Tinoco. The first reaction on the night from Jordan Gill was to call for a re-match. It now seems as if Jordan, has opted for a longer route and getting back in the ring, is the first priority. Tinoco won the fight with a stoppage in the 8th round, Jordan Gill then claimed it was due to him being unwell. The journey back to the Worlds Top 15 starts this Thursday for Jordan Gill and trainer Dave Coldwell.
Arezzo’s Fiordigiglio (31-2, 13 KOs) picked up the IBF ranking title with a split decision win over Stephen Danyo in April, outpointing the former WBO European Champion over ten rounds to earn the fifth title of his pro career.
Birmingham’s Eggington (26-6, 15 KOs), a former European Welterweight Champion, was stopped by former Super-Welterweight World Champion Liam Smith at The M&S Bank Arena Liverpool in March but has since returned to winning ways with victories over Jordan Grannum and Lewis van Poetsch.