“I believe I’ll become World Champ” – John Ryder must beat Daniel Jacobs first

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John Ryder has craved a big fight since his World Title attempt back in November 2019 fell just short and on February 12, he gets that big fight against Daniel Jacobs at London’s Alexandra Palace. Ryder, a North London boy himself, visits the iconic venue almost 10 years on from his first outing at the venue. A lot has changed for Ryder in that time, but the goal of becoming a World Champion remains. The Gorilla must beat The Miracle Man to catapult himself back into title contention #JacobsRyder #JohnRyder #Boxing

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