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King Arthur

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JULY 31

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“I HURT my right hand on his head early in the fight,” Lyndon Arthur said immediately after outpointing the hard as nails Dec Spelman over 12 rounds. It’s a quote that summed up the contest perfectly.

The bout for the Commonwealth light-heavyweight title was sold as Arthur’s vehicle to a showdown with Anthony Yarde – a bout agreed before and then postponed during lockdown – with Scunthorpe’s Spelman cast as the dangerous hole in the

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