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John Hedges fighting at O2 in London on undercard of Chantelle Cameron versus Mary McGee bout



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John Hedges will put his unbeaten record in the professional ranks on the line at the O2 on Saturday.

The Takeley fighter is on the undercard of the WBC, IBF and Ring Magazine Super-Lightweight Unification clash between Chantelle Cameron and Mary McGee in London.

Hedges, 19, has won all three of his pro bouts, including a victory over Croatian Frane Radnic in Austria last time out in September.

John Hedges vs Jan Ardon in their super-middleweight contest in October 2020. Picture: Mark Robinson (compliments of Matchroom Boxing)
John Hedges vs Jan Ardon in their super-middleweight contest in October 2020. Picture: Mark Robinson (compliments of Matchroom Boxing)

The 6ft 5in southpaw was due to be taking on Antony Woolery in a light-heavyweight contest, but he has had to pull out and a new opponent has yet to be named.

"I'm in great shape going into my fourth pro fight and it's another six rounder," said Hedges, who went to Forest Hall School in Stansted.

"It's a huge night for me boxing in the O2 Arena at just 19 years of age."

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