Sean McComb returns to the ring this Friday night as he looks to claim his first title as a professional. Sean McComb vs Gavin Gwynne will be held behind closed doors in Bolton, but fans will be able to watch the fight live on iFLTV. Follow our McComb vs Gwynne live stream guide to watch.
The vacant commonwealth lightweight championship is on the line in this prizefight. This card is being promoted by MTK Global.
About the MTK Fight Night:
Southpaw prodigy Sean McComb hopes to add Commonwealth gold to his growing resume. McComb will step up in class versus Gavin Gwynne in a 12-round tilt for the vacant Commonwealth lightweight title, headlining MTK Fight Night on Friday, February 19 at the University of Bolton Stadium in Bolton, England.
McComb’s last 3 fights have come over a period of 1 year, 4 months and 8 days, meaning he has been fighting on average every 5 months and 14 days. In those fights, he fought a total of 24 rounds, meaning that they have lasted 8 rounds on average.
Gwynne’s last 2 fights have come over a period of 1 year, 5 months and 19 days, meaning he has been fighting on average every 8 months and 26 days. In those fights, he fought a total of 18 rounds, meaning that they have lasted 9 rounds on average.
Who is Sean McComb?
McComb (11-0, 5 KOs), a 2015 European Games bronze medalist from Belfast, has been dominant since turning pro in 2018. He won a pair of bouts in 2020, including a sixth-round stoppage over former WBO Latino junior welterweight champion Mauro Maximiliano Godoy.
Who is Gavin Gwynne?
Gwynne (12-2, 2 KOs) is a two-time British lightweight title challenger who hopes to spring the major upset. He last fought in August 2020 and was stopped in six rounds by former world title challenger James Tennyson.
McComb vs Gwynne Stats:
Sean McComb steps into the ring with an undefeated record of 11 wins, zero loses and 0 draws, with 5 of those wins coming by the way of knock out.
Gavin Gwynne will make his way to the ring with a record of 12 wins, 2 loses and 0 draws, with 2 of those wins by knock out.
The stats suggest McComb has a large advantage in power over Gwynne, boosting at 45% knock out percentage over Gwynne’s 17%.
Sean McComb is the younger man by 2 years, at 28 years old.
Sean McComb fights out of the southpaw stance, while Gavin Gwynne is an orthodox fighter.
McComb is the less experienced professional fighter, having had 3 fewer fights, and made his debut in 2018, 2 years later than Gwynne, whose first professional fight was in 2016. He has fought 30 less professional rounds, 57 to Gwynne’s 87.
McComb vs Gwynne: When and where is the fight?
Sean McComb is set to face the challenge of Gavin Gwynne on Friday 19th February 2021 at Bolton Whites Hotel (formerly De Vere Whites) in Bolton, Lancashire.
The fight will take place over 12 rounds in the Lightweight division, which means the weight limit will be 135 pounds (9.6 stone or 61.2 KG).
The fighters are expected to ring walk at around 10:00 PM GMT at Bolton Whites Hotel (formerly De Vere Whites), Bolton, Lancashire, United Kingdom, which is 5:00 PM EST or 2:00 PM PST on the West Coast of America.
Ho to Live Stream McComb vs Gwynne fight?
McComb vs Gwynne is available to live stream for free via IFL’s channel on YouTube. You can watch YouTube via your smartphone, smart TV or games console.
For the U.S viewers, the fight is exclusively available to live stream on ESPN+ from worldwide. If you want to watch McComb vs Gwynne live on ESPN+, you need to subscribe.
How to watch McComb vs Gavin live stream in the UK and Australia?
Boxing fans in the UK, Australia and the rest of the world the event is available on IFL TV.
McComb vs Gwynne fight card
Sean McComb vs. Gavin Gwynne: 12 rounds, lightweight – for vacant Commonwealth lightweight title
Samuel Antwi vs. Darren Tetley, 10 rounds, welterweight – for vacant English welterweight title
Dean Dodge vs. DP Carr, 10 rounds, junior lightweight
Paddy Donovan vs. Siar Ozgul, 6 rounds, welterweight
Brad Daws vs. Mark McKeown, 6 rounds, featherweight
Pierce O’Leary vs. Irvin Magno, 6 rounds, junior welterweight
Who will fight in the Undercard bouts?
Samuel Antwi vs. Darren Tetley, 10-rounds, vacant English welterweight title
Dean Dodge vs. DP “Cannon” Carr, 10-rounds, Junior lightweight prospect
Paddy Donovan vs. Siar Ozgul, 6-rounds
Brad Daws vs. Mark McKeown
Pierce O’Leary vs. Irvin Magno
Sean McComb is currently 1/9 (-909) to win the contest outright, while you can get 5/1 (+500) on Gavin Gwynne if you fancy the big upset.