Davey Oliver Joyce Vs Stephen Tiffany Preview & Results – WBO (Euro) Title

Davey Oliver Joyce Vs Stephen Tiffany Preview & Results 

Date : Friday March 15,
Venue: Kite Beach, UAE
Time : Friday 04.05.2019 at 12:00 PM ET

Dopeclics

Preview

Davey Oliver Joyce (9-0-KO7) will square off against Scottish Stephen Tiffney (10-1-KO4) for the vacant WBO European featherweight title at Bowlers Exhibition Centre in Manchester on March 15. 
Unbeaten Joyce nicknamed “The  Punisher”, a decorated Olympian with two European Union gold medals in the amateur ranks is coming into this fight on the back of a win at the Madison Square Garden. 
Tiffney (10-1) coming into this fight on the back of a loss, beaten by Lewis Paulin for the Scottish Area Featherweight belt in December 2017. He believes his loss is a lesson and a blessing in disguise. 

Fight Card And Results 

  • Davey Oliver Joyce vs. Stephen Tiffney, 10 rounds, featherweights
    • Aliu Bamidele Lasisi vs. Keyvin Lara, 12 rounds, junior bantamweights
    • Mateo Tapia vs. Ganganpreet Sharma, 8 rounds, super middleweights
    • Shakhobidin Zoirov vs. TBA, 4 rounds, bantamweights

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    Stephen Tiffney 

    “I found out a lot about myself from that fight. It was my only defeat and there was a big amount that I learned, so it can sometimes be a good thing.
    “There are some things that you only realise when you lose, so it definitely made me a better fighter and I don’t see it as a negative.
    “I’ve got Joyce now and this is the perfect start to the year. I’m looking to pick up titles this year so I can’t wait.
    “Once you get hold of that first title you can then push onto bigger and better things, but I’m not looking past Joyce and I’m fully focused on him.”

    David Oliver Joyce

    “He’s a decent guy and he’s a good, stronger fighter. I’ve never sparred him but I know his style. He’s a switcher. I’m not going to take anything for granted because he’ll come with a game plan.
    “I won’t disrespect him but I’ve got an amateur record behind me and he hasn’t. I bring everything – all those experiences at world, Europeans and Olympic level – with me. He doesn’t have a good amateur record so I have it all to lose.
    “I’m going to bring some people from Mullingar and he’s going to bring some down from Scotland and we’re going to meet on neutral ground. It’s neither of our hometowns but that’ll make for a very good atmosphere.
    “This is a great show for MTK Global. Some people don’t have subscription channels and now all they need to do is watch it for free on iFL TV.”

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