McCloskey withdraws from Saunders fight

Paul McCloskey has been forced to withdraw from his March 29th fight against Bradley Saunders due to a knee injury.

Paul McCloskey has been forced to withdraw from his March 29th fight against Bradley Saunders due to a knee injury.

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Paul McCloskey has been forced to withdraw from his comeback fight against top English prospect, Bradley Saunders due to injury.

Confirming his withdrawal from the fight on Twitter, ‘Dudey’ said; “Regrettably I will not be fighting on 29th March Newcastle due an injury on my knee, on medical advice I’ve been advised to withdraw #gutted”

McCloskey last week claimed the Saunders fight would be a ‘must win’ fight as he attempted to put his defeat to Dave Ryan behind him.

The former undefeated British and European champion revealed he would contemplate hanging up his gloves should he lose to Saunders.