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Opponent Kolodzej says Pattison will get demolished

York Hall date set for Ollie Pattison in his toughest test to date yet.

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Ollie Pattison is set to face his toughest test to date when he goes up against the Slovakian Josef Kolodzej for the International Challenge Belt on 10th March at York Hall.
Ollie Pattison is set to face his toughest test to date when he goes up against the Slovakian Josef Kolodzej for the International Challenge Belt on 10th March at York Hall.

Undefeated Hertfordshire Light-Heavyweight ‘Punch Perfect’ Ollie Pattison faces the biggest step up of his career when he tackles the tough Slovakian Josef Kolodzej for the International Challenge Belt on 10th March at York Hall.

Kolodzej has won 4 from 5 contests and is coming to the UK with ambition.

“I have watched Pattison four or five times. He is not in my league and its just a question of whether I win on points or knock him out. If I do not knock him out he will get punished badly for 8 rounds. I do not think he is capable of even winning a round…I will just demolish him”.

Pattison has so far rattled up 8 wins from 8 contests since turning professional in July 2015 and is his first acid test in his first title bout. Ollie is trained by father Mark and together they are working towards even bigger titles.

“I am not looking beyond my opponent…I need to beat this tough man if I am going to fulfil my dreams of winning a British title and moving beyond. I appreciate all the support I am receiving and will be bringing lots of support to the venue but if anyone else needs tickets please contact me.” – Ollie Pattison

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