Junior Witter hoping to roar at 40

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Junior Witter Junior Witter

Junior Witter steps into the ring for the first time as a 40-year-old tomorrow night in Sheffield.

Bradford’s former world light-welter champion is on the Ponds Forge undercard for Kid Galahad’s tilt at the vacant European super-bantam belt.

Witter, who has lost his last two fights to unbeaten opponents, takes on journeyman Max Maxwell in a six-rounder.

Witter made his 50th pro outing in November when he dropped a majority decision to Tino Schwarzkopf in Germany.


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