This is a solid fight for the British Super Featherweight title over twelve rounds. Both fighters haven’t fought in over eighteen months so I expect them to look a little rusty in the ring. Cacace put on a career best performance in his last fight by beating then reigning British champion Sam Bowen. Unfortunately due to the pandemic he hasn’t been able to keep that momentum going and is only just getting his first defence of the title in now. Leon Woodstock put up a good performance in defeat against Zelfa Barrett, where he showed a lot of grit to keep trying to the final bell even though he was outclassed on the night.
It’s hard to make a prediction for this fight due to how long both have been out the ring though if both are at their best I expect Cacace to win a competitive decision. Woodstock will likely be on the front foot for the most part with Cacace raiding in with power punches before trying to use his legs to avoid Woodstocks return fire.