BOXXER Series: Lee Appleyard pushes Levi Kinsiona as tempers flare ahead of Saturday’s tournament | Boxing news

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Lee Appleyard pushed Levi Kinsiona as tempers flared among the super lightweights at the weigh-in of the BOXXER Series tournament in Liverpool.

Eight fighters will clash in the exciting one-night tournament, live on Sky Sports, and the winner will secure a big cash prize in Liverpool.

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Nathan Bennett had a heated confrontation with Kane Gardner

Quarterfinals of the BOXXER series:
Kane Gardner vs. Nathan Bennett
Tom Farrell vs. Ben Fields
Lee Appleyard vs. Levi Kinsiona
Sean Dodd vs. Cori Gibbs

Appleyard confronted Kinsiona, rekindling their rivalry after past sparring sessions, and they exchanged heated words before the Rotherham boxer lunged at him.

“I just don’t like the boy now,” Appleyard said. Sky sports. “I don’t like his arrogance.

“I’m going to be on his chest and I’m going to beat him up.

“You won’t realize how busy I’m going to be.”

Kinsiona shrugged at the confrontation, saying Sky sports: “It’s getting a little hectic.

“We don’t let our emotions take over.

“He’s a 33-year-old man. Act your age.”

Kane Gardner and Nathan Bennett were also separated after they became embroiled in an angry exchange.

“I can’t wait until tomorrow night. Demolition work,” Gardner said.

All competitors weighed within the limit, with Sean ‘Masher’ Dodd raising cheers from the crowd after he lifted his opponent Cori Gibbs.

“It’s all fun and games, but we’re going to work tomorrow,” Gibbs said. “I mean it tomorrow. This is my tournament.”

Tom Farrell, a highly rated fan, hopes to revive his career when he meets Ben Fields in their opening fight.

“There are no easy fights, everyone is capable in their own way,” Farrell said.

“Ben is a tough competitor, but I’m more than ready.”

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