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Archway super-welterweight Tony Milch faces a make-or-break fight next month.

Archway super-welterweight Tony Milch faces a make-or-break fight next month.

Manager Mickey Helliet has promised Milch a title shot this summer - possibly at the British Challenge belt - if he extends his winning record at the York Hall in Bethnal Green on Saturday, June 4.

Milch is set to be matched over four rounds - and knows he can't afford to lose.

"It looks like I'm fighting for a title in July," said the 34 year old,  "but your next fight is always your most important fight.

"I need to win this next fight to get to title level.

"I'm probably going to be matched with a journeyman next month, but they are tough and can all swing a punch.

"I know it's a risk.

"I don't have to take this fight, but I haven't fought for six months and really need to get back in the ring."

Milch has been ruled out by a rib injury since outpointing Kevin McCauley at the Camden Centre last December.

That was his ninth straight win since he turned professional three years ago and kept him on course for championship honours.

"We are chasing the Southern Area title," said Milch, "but it looks like I will be fighting for the British Challenge belt if I come through my next one.

"That will be over eight rounds and winning that will keep me on course for the Southern Area title."

Milch is getting top quality sparring in the countdown to his next fight.

He's sparring stable mate Lenny Daws, currently preparing for his rematch with Ruben Nieto for the European super-lightweight title.  

"I couldn't ask for better sparring," said Milch, sponsored by Red Dog Salloon. "Lenny throws hundreds of punches every round. It's so intense. I'm going to spar 36 rounds with him and after that I will be ready for anyone they put in front of me."

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Posted: 30th May 2016

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