Feature | Oct 04 2018

Bull: ‘A win for Gavin McDonnell won’t be topped’

Stefy Bull on the significance of Gavin McDonnell's WBA super-bantamweight title fight with Daniel Roman. He speaks to Matt Bevan
Gavin McDonnell vs Gamal Yafai
Gavin McDonnell during the weigh-in  |  Action Images

STEFY BULL is adamant that a win for Gavin McDonnell over WBA super-bantamweight champion Daniel Roman on Saturday in Chicago, will be a win that won’t be topped in British boxing for a long time.

McDonnell will be a part of Matchroom Boxing’s first US card as part of the eight-year deal with DAZN and Bull is more than confident that the Doncaster man has the beating of Roman, who is making the third defence of the title he won last September in Japan.

Roman was announced as one of Matchroom’s big signings when they confirmed their monumental deal across the pond, yet Bull thinks that Gavin, who was beaten for the WBC title last February by Rey Vargas, has all the tools to add a world title to his ever-growing collection of belts.


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