Feature | Jun 26 2017

Stuey Hall takes aim at IBF champion Ryan Burnett

Stuey Hall tells Peter Mann he's taken inspiration from Kal Yafai and wants his world title back
Stuey Hall
Stuart Hall vs Jose Aguilar  |  Action Images

HAVING claimed the IBF world bantamweight title back in December 2013 courtesy of a unanimous decision success over Vusi Malinga, Darlington’s Stuey Hall, 20-5-2 (7) had reached the pinnacle of his career.

Although he became only the second world champion from the north-east of England, the first being Glenn McCrory some 25 years prior to Hall’s success, one thing irked the now 37-year-old fighter, and has been increased since, losses to Bristol’s Lee Haskins, now 34-4 (14).

The former world champion is certainly looking to get back into the mix sooner rather than later and have another, some might say deserved, run at world glory.


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