Picture special: Ted Cheeseman and Isaac Chamberlain weigh in for their fights tomorrow night

BY RICHARD CAWLEY

Ted Cheeseman and Isaac Chamberlain weighed in today for their bouts tomorrow night at the Copper Box Arena.

Bermondsey’s unbeaten puncher Cheeseman aims to win the British super-welterweight title as he faces Asinia Byfield for the vacant strap.

And Brixton cruiserweight Isaac Chamberlain faces Luke Watkins in a 10-round contest. Both men are coming off defeats to Lawrence Okolie.

Ted Cheeseman and Asinia Byfield final press conference ahead of their British Super Welterweight Title clash on saturday night at the Copper Box Arena, London.
25th October 2018
Picture By Mark Robinson.
Ted Cheeseman and Asinia Byfield final press conference ahead of their British Super Welterweight Title clash on saturday night at the Copper Box Arena, London.
25th October 2018
Picture By Mark Robinson.
Ted Cheeseman and Asinia Byfield final press conference ahead of their British Super Welterweight Title clash on saturday night at the Copper Box Arena, London.
25th October 2018
Picture By Mark Robinson.
Isaac Chamberlain and Luke Watkins weigh in ahead of their Cruiserweight contest on saturday night at the Copper Box Arena, London.
25th October 2018
Picture By Mark Robinson.
Isaac Chamberlain and Luke Watkins weigh in ahead of their Cruiserweight contest on saturday night at the Copper Box Arena, London.
25th October 2018
Picture By Mark Robinson.
Isaac Chamberlain and Luke Watkins weigh in ahead of their Cruiserweight contest on saturday night at the Copper Box Arena, London.
25th October 2018
Picture By Mark Robinson.

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