Date: 22nd December 2013 at 1:17pm
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On the under-card of the Hall v Malinga IBF bantamweight title fight, Frankie Gavin was in action again.

Having seen two opponents unable to fulfil their obligations through visa and passport problems, Gavin was matched with the former Commonwealth champion, Bradley Pryce.

Although Pryce put up a decent show, considering he?d only taken the fight at 48 hours? notice, Gavin was clearly the better boxer and took the decision, in the 10 round fight by a 99-92 points verdict.

After the fight, trying to push his fighters? credentials, Gavin?s manager challenged Amir Khan to get into the ring with his man, something we feel is hugely unlikely to happen with Khan, supposedly, in the running for a mega-fight with Floyd Mayweather Junior.