• TXODDS previews Langford v Khurtsidze

    April 19, 2017Tommy Langford

    Langford v Khurtsidze Tommy Langford is a middleweight boxer from Birmingham in England, 27 years old and 6ft tall. He is No 3 in the WBO rankings. Langford is unbeaten after 18 fights (with 6 KO's). He made his professional debut in 2012 and has held British and Commonwealth titles since 2016. He is a fast and stylish fighter, but not necessarily the hardest of hitters, but will have the height advantage over Khurtsidze, as well as youth on his side, finally a packed Leicester Arena full of Langford fans. This is by far his biggest and toughest fight so far, but he fears nobody and was scheduled to fight Chris Eubank Jnr last October but Eubank withdrew from the fight. TXODDS are proud to sponsor Tommy Langford. Avtandil Khurts...
  • 15 Facts You Didn’t About Tommy Langford

    April 19, 2017Tommy Langford

    British middleweight champion Tommy Langford (18-0) takes on WBO No.1 Avtandil Khurtsidze (32-2-2) for the interim WBO World middleweight title on April 22nd at the Leicester Arena, live on BT Sport. Its No.1 v No.2 as the pair lock horns this weekend with one eye on challenging WBO King Billy Joe Saunders next. The headlining fight will be televised live on BT Sport in the second outing of Frank Warren’s highly-touted ‘New Era’ for boxing. BBN dug up a bit of research on the rising star to find out a few facts about the Frank Warren fighter ahead of the biggest test of his career on the St. George’s Day weekend. 1. Tommy Langford was born and raised in the historic port town of Bideford in North Devon but has lived in Birm...
  • Church lands British Challenge belt fight on June 10

    April 9, 2017Darrel Church

    June 10th at London’s York Hall will see Essex light-heavyweight prospect ‘Dazzling’ Darrel Church (4-1-1) in a bid to win his first professional title – the British Challenge light-heavyweight belt. The eight-round contest will take place on the undercard of the eagerly-awaited Southern Area title clash between promising lightweights Jamie Arlain and Adam Dingsdale at the renowned East End venue. A father of one and a business owner, Church previously struggled to balance training with work and withdrew from fights due to illnesses and injuries brought on by exhaustion. He slipped to a loss against Angelo Crowe (2-6) in 2015 after initially kicking off his pro career with two straight wins when previously signed ...