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Chance to win tickets to be at Davies' fight; BOXING.

ROBBIE DAVIES JNR believes he faces the toughest test of his professional career on July 15 in London when he squares up to Polish dangerman Michal Syrowatka.

And you could be there courtesy of the Liverpool ECHO.

Rising star Davies, unbeaten in 15, will box for the WBA Continental Super Lightweight crown at The SSE Arena, Wembley against a visitor with a record of 18-1. Davies says: "Syrowatka is a significant step up in class for me and I really respect this kid as he is as tough as they come.

"He will be my hardest opponent by a distance, but my goal is the world title.

"I come from a very proud boxing family as my dad was a brilliant amateur and decent pro and I'm going to make everybody from my home city sit up and take notice."

Robbie's latest contest is on the Chris Eubank junior v Arthur Abraham card, screened live by ITV Box Office.

Also on the bill is Kid Galahad v Dennis Ceylan and unbeaten duo Anthony Cacace against Martin Ward.

Davies junior added: "It hardly needs me to say it but that is an incredible set of fights for the fans to enjoy. It will be one of the most memorable nights in British boxing history."

To stand a chance of winning a pair of floor tickets for the night, just answer the following question and send your answer, plus contact details to sportcompetitions@liverpool.com before 5pm tomorrow.

Please note that the competition is for tickets only. Travel to Wembley is not included.

Question: Which title is Robbie Davies Jnr defending on Saturday, July 15? | Normal Liverpool ECHO Competititon rules apply. The Editor's decision is final.

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Date:Jul 6, 2017
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