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Bet of the day: Taylor to stop Ryan inside rounds 1-3 during Friday fight night

Lee Gormley | 21 October 2016

Coral’s bet of the day

  • Josh Taylor has stopped six of his professional opponents so far
  • The Scot has not been taken beyond the second round so far
  • Taylor takes to first career 12-rounder on home soil
  • Ryan has nine defeats on his professional record
  • Shane McGuigan has not lost a fight as a pro trainer yet

Taylor to stop Ryan in rounds 1-3

Coral’s latest bet of the day comes from Friday fight night between upcoming light-welterweight talent Josh Taylor (6-0, 6 KOs) and Dave Ryan (17-9, 4 KOs), as they prepare to collide at the Meadowbank Stadium in Edinburgh.

Back Taylor to stop Ryan inside rounds 1-3 as our bet of the day.

Back Taylor to stop Ryan inside rounds 1-3 as our bet of the day.

With the vacant Commonwealth light-welterweight title on the line on Scottish soil, you can back the heavy favourite and home fighter Taylor to stop Ryan inside rounds 1-3 at a highly promising 11/2 price.

The 25-year-old has been making waves since bursting onto the professional scene, following an impressive amateur career, and he looks capable of getting the job done early once again in his latest ring outing. So read on to find out why he’s worth backing for another premature stoppage success…

Early finish in sight for Taylor

Highly-rated Scotsman Taylor is swiftly rising to prominence under the guidance of Barry McGuigan as part of Cyclone Promotions, while the latter’s son and esteemed coach Shane has never lost a fight as a trainer. His list of fighters include two-weight world champion Carl Frampton, George Groves and recently returned David Haye.

Former Commonwealth Games Gold medallist Taylor looks the real deal under coach Shane McGuigan.

Former Commonwealth Games Gold medallist Taylor looks the real deal under coach Shane McGuigan.

It’s Taylor he will focusing on getting through his latest bout though and all signs are pointing towards a seventh successive stoppage win for the home fighter in Edinburgh.

The former 2012 British Olympian and 2014 Commonwealth Games Gold medallist has plenty of amateur pedigree and looks a future star, having not been taken beyond two rounds since turning pro in June last year.

Against his Derby-born challenger, who has nine defeats on his record, Taylor to stop Ryan inside rounds 1-3 at 11/2 looks a tasty price as our latest bet of the day for Friday fight night!

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