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Sean McComb vs Gavin Gwynne fight details - time, date, TV channel, undercard, schedule, venue, betting odds, predictions, ring walks and live stream info

Published On Wednesday, February 10, 2021By Tim Rickson

All the details you need to watch the Sean McComb vs Gavin Gwynne title fight

Northern Ireland vs Wales

BBN have provided viewers with all the details needed to tune in and watch the championship clash between NI's Sean McComb (11-0, 5KOs) and Welshman Gavin Gwynne (12-2, 2KOs) on the 50th day of the year.



The bout takes place on Friday, February 19.



It takes place behind closed doors at the Bolton Whites Hotel in Bolton, Lancashire, on an MTK Global show.


Rounds scheduled

12 three-minute championship rounds at lightweight (135lbs).



The vacant Commonwealth lightweight title is on the line, formerly held by Joe Cordina since 2018.



The ring walks for the main event are expected from 10pm UK time, but that will depend on the undercard results.


TV Coverage

Coverage for McComb-Gwynne starts live on iFL TV from 6pm GMT, and on ESPN+ at 7pm GMT / 2pm EST / 11am PT.


Live Stream

You can watch online via the iFL TV YouTube channel HERE

BBN are providing LIVE updates on the night HERE



Free to view for YouTube and ESPN+ subscribers.


Undercard Highlights

There's three title fights in total on the free-to-view #MTKFightNight event.

Darren Tetley (20-1, 9 KOs) vs Samuel Antwi (12-1, 5KOs) for the vacant English welterweight title will make for great viewing.

So will Danny Carr's (11-0-1, 4KOs) defence of his Southern Area super-featherweight title to challenger Dean Dodge (9-0-1, 3KOs), which doubles up as an English title eliminator.


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Sean McComb: "2020 has been a horrendous year for everyone, but things are looking more positive than ever, and I'm pleased to get a good title fight to kick the year off. I've been wanting to drop to lightweight for a while but there was a delay while we were trying to get a suitable opponent. I had to stay at super-lightweight for one more fight, but now we can put that behind us and push towards big things at lightweight."

Gavin Gwynne: "I've beaten unbeaten fighters before and on February 6th you will see it again."

DP Carr: "I'm going to get this win over Dean Dodge, and then I want the English title next. Ever since I won the Southern Area belt, the English title has been on my radar. Dodge will come for a bit of a fight, which is lovely for me. I like it when they come at me and have a go, because that's where they will leave themselves open and I'll make them pay, so we'll see how this one ends up."

Dean Dodge: "This fight is what dreams are made of. It’s going to open up a lot of doors. I’ve dreamed of this opportunity since being a kid and when I win this fight I’m going to be the first ever professional boxing champion from my hometown of Yeovil. I want to win the Southern Area title, then go on to fight for the English belt. I believe I have an exciting style that is good for tv and I’m never in a boring fight."



Tim Rickson, BBN Editor: "Sean McComb is the confident, unbeaten favourite in this fight, but it's his first real step up in levels and he has an experienced guy in front of him who has fought for this same title beore, so the professional experience liews withn him. He may start the fight better, having been there before. But because Gwynne has been defeated twice before and doesn't have any big scalps on his record, aside from English champion Myron Mills, I am going with a points win to McComb."



This is Gavin Gwynne's second crack at the Commonwealth crown, having challenged unsuccessfully for it in August 2019 against the aforementioned 'Welsh Wizard' Joe Cordina. The Lonsdale belt was also on the line that night, but he bounced straight back with a first round stoppage of Olympian Abdon Cesar in his next fight that same year, but soon tasted defeat for a second time in his career when he was halted by hard-hitting Irishman James Tennyson in their August 2020 British title fight, so August is not a good month for him when he fights.

A former Welsh Area champion, 30-year-old Gwynne has failed to win the British title twice and the Commonwealth once, so this is his third shot at a major belt. It's also his second consecutive fight with a Belfast boxer, making this Wales vs Northern Ireland 2, for him.

28-year-old Sean McComb was an elite amateur and hasn't put a foot wrong in the paid ranks yet. He stepped up in his last fight by beating a Southern Area champion in Siar Ozgul to reach 11-0 and set up his first title fight, which he enters as a clear favourite.


Betting Odds Supplied by Star Sports

2/11 Sean McComb
17/4 Gavin Gwynne
20/1 Draw


Running Order

Main Event:
Sean McComb vs Gavin Gwynne
12x3 Commonwealth lightweight title

Chief Support:
Darren Tetley vs Samuel Antwi
10x3 English welterweight contest

Fight #6
Danny Carr vs Dean Dodge
10x3 Southern Area super-featherweight contest

Fight #5
Pierce O'Leary vs Irvin Magno
6x3 Super-lightweight contest

Fight #4
Paddy Donovan vs Siar Ozgul
6x3 Welterweight contest

Fight #3
Mark McKeown vs Brad Daws
6x3 Featherweight contest

Fight #2
Elliot Whale vs Jamie Stewart
6x3 Welterweight contest

Fight #1
Mohammed Sameer vs Kieron Thomas
4x3 Welterweight contest


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