Fight Night: Hughes vs Galahad & Rankin vs Harper (Behind The Scenes)

Fight night: hughes vs galahad & rankin vs harper (behind the scenes)

Matchroom Boxing published this video item, entitled “Fight Night: Hughes vs Galahad & Rankin vs Harper (Behind The Scenes)” – below is their description.

Plenty of unseen footage and unique angles from September 24’s show in Nottingham where Maxi Hughes edged a majority decision over Kid Galahad to retain his IBO Gold and Terri Harper dethroned Hannah Rankin to become a two weight World Champ. Wins also on the card for Sol Dacres, Cyrus Pattinson, Chev Clarke, Junaid Bostan and more! #HughesGalahad #RankinHarper #Boxing

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