Issue | Premium | Reports | Sep 17 2019

Two exciting Welsh title fights produce contested verdicts

With arguments raging, both title scraps would be worth repeating. Gareth Jones reports from ringside
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Swansea • September 13

TWO thrilling, but widely different fights for vacant Welsh titles ended in controversy – one justified, the other less so – in front of a vocal crowd at the LC2.

The first, for the super-feather throne, brought Carmarthen’s Angelo Dragone, with five straight wins, up against popular local Kristian Touze, also unbeaten, but with two draws on his ledger.

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