Boxing News At Five | Oct 19 2018

Boxing News at Five: Tennyson eyes Frampton showdown, Farmer wants Davis, Selby set to return at lightweight

Tevin Farmer and James Tennyson clash this weekend for the IBF title but have even bigger fights on the horizon, while Lee Selby eyes lightweight return
Tevin Farmer
Tevin Farmer  |  Ed Mullholland/Matchroom USA

JAMES TENNYSON and Tevin Farmer both have business to attend to this Saturday (October 20) in Boston, when they clash for Farmer’s IBF super-featherweight crown, but that hasn’t stopped either of them dreaming of bigger and better things in the future.

Tennyson, 22-2 (18), the underdog with it all to do, has his sights set on an all-Belfast world title clash with former two-weight world champion Carl Frampton, while Farmer, 26-4-1 (5), seems to fancy the idea of sharing a ring with current WBA super-featherweight champion Gervonta Davis.

“Carl has always said that he would love to be a three-weight world champion so just imagine if James wins and he faces Carl at Windsor Park next summer. It would be huge,” Tennyson’s manager Mark Dunlop told the Belfast Telegraph.

 

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