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[WATCH/STREAMS!] Marsili vs Gwynne Live Free Online Broadcast 1 December 2023

What time is Gavin Gwynne vs. Emiliano Marsili tonight? Date, start time, TV channel and live stream. Britain’s Gavin Gwynne returns to action for the first time since April as he sets his sights on the European lightweight championship.


Gavin Gwynne has a big chance this week.

Gavin Gwynne and Emiliano Marsili will contest the vacant European lightweight title this week.

Who will get the win and look to push on for a world title fight in 2024?

Here's everything you need to know about Gavin Gwynne vs. Emiliano Marsili .

When is Gavin Gwynne vs. Emiliano Marsili? Date, start time

Date: Friday, December1

Main card: 7:00 p.m. UK / 2:00 p.m. ET

Main event ringwalks (approx): 10.00 p.m. UK / 5.00 p.m. ET

Where is the Gavin Gwynne vs. Emiliano Marsili fight?

The fight will take place at the York Hall in London.

Gavin Gwynne record and bio

Nationality: British

Age: 33

Height: 6' 0"

Reach: N/A

Total Fights: 19

Record: 16-2-1 (4 KOs)

Emiliano Marsili record and bio

Nationality: Italian

Age: 47

Height: 5' 6"

Reach: N/A

Total Fights: 43

Record: 42-1 (16 KOs)

Gavin Gwynne vs. Emiliano Marsili fight card

Gavin Gwynne vs. Emiliano Marsili for European lightweight title

Brad Strand vs. Joshua John; Super-bantamweight

Sam Noakes vs. Carlos Perez; Lightweight

Raven Chapman vs. Lucie Sedlackova; Featherweight

On Friday, December 1st, fight fans are in for a treat as Gavin Gwynne and Emiliano Marsili square off in a battle for the vacant European lightweight title. The high-stakes showdown will be broadcast live on TNT Sports from the historic York Hall in London.

For Gavin Gwynne, the lockdown proved to be a transformative period in his career. Freed from the daily grind, the 12-2 lightweight dedicated himself fully to training, culminating in a significant victory over the previously undefeated Sean McComb in February 2021. Gwynne, once perceived to have hit a ceiling after two British title fight losses, now enters the ring on a five-fight unbeaten streak, showcasing a newfound dimension to his skills.

His opponent, Emiliano Marsili, brings a wealth of experience to the table. With a pro debut over two decades ago in 2003, the 47-year-old Italian southpaw boasts an impressive record of 43 bouts without a loss. Marsili has secured national Italian and regional WBC and WBA titles, including a notable victory in 2012 against Derry Mathews in Liverpool for the IBO World lightweight championship.

Despite a modest knockout count of 16 from 43, Marsili’s signature overhand left, delivered with precision off the jab, poses a constant threat. His unique boxing style, characterized by a dropped hand and an amateur-like bounce, adds intrigue to the clash of styles against the tough and rugged Welshman.

Gwynne, known for his relentless pressure and preference for close-quarters boxing, faces a seasoned and elusive adversary in Marsili. The question looms: Can the aging Italian keep the relentless Welshman at bay for 12 rounds, or will Gwynne’s brute force overwhelm the seasoned visitor, as it has done to many others before? Tune in to witness this captivating encounter that promises an interesting and exciting collision of contrasting styles.

The clash between Emiliano Marsili and Gavin Gwynne is poised to be a closely contested battle. Marsili, with over two decades of professional experience, faces off against Gwynne, who boasts an undefeated streak in his last five 12-round championship fights.

Despite Gwynne enjoying the home support and other advantages, Rickson sees this as a 50-50 fight, likely to go the distance and swing either way. Expressing a prediction, Rickson leans towards Gwynne securing a points victory in what he anticipates will be a tightly contested matchup.

BACK IN FEBRUARY 2021 the career of Gavin Gwynne was turned on its head in a spectacular fashion. Knocking on three years later the Welshman is set to fight for the European lightweight title on Friday night at York Hall, live on TNT Sports.

Gwynne, along with fellow headliner Sam Noakes and the rest of the card, convened in London this afternoon for a media conference ahead of the weigh-in on Thursday.

The big turning point arrived during the gloomy days of lockdown with sport taking place behind closed doors and Gwynne ventured north to Bolton as the away fighter to compete for the Commonwealth title against the highly-rated Irishman Sean McComb.

It was probably considered that defeating Gwynne would represent a solid win for the then 11-0 favorite McComb, with the B-side of the coin having recently suffered defeats to Joe Cordina and James Tennyson when he stepped up the levels.


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