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I share your sentiments. Price is going to get beaten up every time he faces the better guys, of which Kash Ali is at least unlikely to be one of.Why oh Why is David Price even considering entering the ring? He is eventually going to get seriously hurt, is there no one near him to tell him this?. He should have finished after the Thompson fights. Regards Mervyn The Gee
Yeah he has a chance as he can bang and anyone who gets through 4 with Price will start to grow in confidence. He's looked sluggish in a couple of fights before pulling a big punch out to end it. Price is the favourite here but Ali is a live dog.
Not sure - he's been hard to follow as he flies under the radar but I thought he was trained by Ingle with Junior Witter involved.Pretty sure this is the guy Glen McCrory used to train/manage. I remember seeing him as an amateur a few years ago and he seemed to be very good back then. Not sure how he’s developed or if he’s still with McCrory.
What big plans would Price have unless he's talking domestic or maybe a European shot? He won't get a shot at the world title and rightly so.Ali is a former sparring partner of Price's :
“We sparred a lot of rounds at Dave Coldwell’s gym, so I know what he’s all about. He’s young and hungry and he’s a very dangerous fighter. This is the kind of opponent that I needed, someone to get me up for a fight. He’ll be coming for my scalp, but I’ve got big plans for 2019 and he won’t be getting in the way of them".