T. Hilton Hello ladies and gentlemen, the cold is setting in but we are so close to the run of holidays to cheer us all up, a night of ghouls, fire lighting up the sky and a jolly big man falling down a chimney is all to come soon.
But in BBU land, a major PPV awaits and we will start out show properly with the build up to one of the biggest fights of the year for the BBU flyweight title between champion Jenna Louise Coleman and undefeated challenger Kelly Hall.
Next we will talk about last nights duel in the sun part two, specifically we will talk about the beautiful Jenna Pietersen as she took on Micaela Schaefer.
After that we discuss the JMDD battle between Eliza Du Toit and Leah Francis, Doing this job I can tell you that both deserve the double D part of JMDD.
Last but certainly not least, the debut of a new Scottish fighter is something to herald in the BBU, so how did Nicola Mimnagh do against Su-Elise Nash.
We truly are blessed this year with talent and may we get more gifts, except the naughty fighters, you deserve a trick and not a treat.
(Waving to crowd) thank you, I am here all week guys.
Part 1:Kelly Hall vs Jenna Louise Coleman preview We are 24 hours away from the major contest that could herald in a new age for the BBU or will the status quo continue to rein.
Jenna Louise Coleman is up there with the most most dominant champions in BBU history, with only Miranda Kerr and Erika Haynatz you would most likely put as competition for that accolade.
Kelly Hall meanwhile in a just over two years, has become the most dominant flyweight outside of Jenna to step into the squared circle.
Unbeaten, beat former BBU flyweight champions who are still very much in their prime and one of the bouts of the year possibly against Maria Ozawa that went past 13 rounds thanks to the unlimited rounds rule.
This is by far in my humble opinion the toughest bout for Jenna this year but unlike Kelly, will her big fight experience on both sides of the Atlantic prove the difference or can the girl who doesn't get beat continue the trend tomorrow.
Time will tell but boy is it a mouth watering clash in several different ways and I hope that people do tune in as me and Denise will certainly be at the event.
Part 2:Jenna Pietersen vs Michaela Schaefer So Jenna is back in her home country and I hope me and Denise get ringside seats next time as we always enjoy a good holiday.
Seriously though, Jenna is quickly becoming a force in the BBU and Micaela is always a big name to put in the ring, win or lose.
I mean Schaefer enjoys being nude around strangers when just being herself, so you do the math on how popular she is.
In the ring though, one fighter is on the up, the other on the way down as Jenna got the win but more questions are being asked as she seems in the Jennifer Metcalfe mould, great boxer but slow to get into gear.
It allowed Micaela the early action to show her own skills as Schaefer did fight a Promiboxen bout before entering the BBU, I mean she lost that bout as well and the rematch to Indria Wei's here in the BBU.
But she has won fights and she has the built to be dangerous when she gets going, the problem is when she gets put on the back foot.
Jenna once she hit her gears, was all over the big German in blistering form, her hand speed was phenomenal, her punches were crisp and she does carry some power to snap heads back.
The sixth round saw the end as Micaela was wiped out to the canvas and the home fans got something to cheer about.
In terms of their futures, Micaela is looking like the girl that is called to test new fighters and that is a lonely road when you keep losing.
Jenna looks to have a smashing future as Double A looks to be signing her up to their stable and while they've struggled at the heavier weights in the past few years, Pietersen adds a dangerous element to the division.
As girls like Malika Menard must be looking behind their shoulders at this young woman and with other up and comings likely looking at this new rival to their midst, we are going to have some super fights all right.
Part 3: Eliza Du Toit vs Leah Francis Oh Eliza, what has happened to her in these past few years, she took a break from the ring for three years and has been beaten down by fighter after fighter.
The latest was Leah Francis, who destroyed Genevieve Morton in JMDD only a few months ago and now can add the jugs of Eliza to that imaginary trophy cabinet, till Leah can get a title to put in a real one.
The fight must have been painful not just for Eliza of course but in her home town must be hard to watch if you were there.
Leah just got straight at her and Eliza couldn't hang tough when she needed too, that meant that she was stopped in two rounds and honestly if the referee had stopped it in the first, who would have complained.
The future looks bleak for Eliza with maybe one a jug showdown with felloe struggled Elena Santerelli as a possible even fight for her on paper.
But even with that, you could honestly bet against her and not feel too worries you have made a mistake to be honest.
With Leah, the sky seems the limit, especially in JMDD fights, she hasn't truly been tested you could say, maybe a heavy hitter like Peta Todd could give her a test but I would put my money on Leah to dominant that.
JMD and JMDD in the BBU is reportedly near having a major announcement on both so stay tuned in the coming weeks for that one.
Final Part:Nicola Mimnagh vs Su-Elise Nash Now while Nicola may not be a girl you exactly think of off the top of your head, I think in terms of celeb boxing you certainly will.
Nicola is the 2010 miss Scotland and then went on to win the United Kingdom award, so she knows how to win outside of the ring.
In boxing terms, well she sent us this picture after she had reportedly heard I was asking around about her background with the caption.
Does this answer your questions about me and my qualifications in the ring?
She is a boxing fanatic and while I hope to get her on next weeks show for Michelle Joy Phelps to do an interview for our show, she is truly a dream woman for most men.
But could she handle herself in an actual bout or is it all bluff and she is just a girl who does it to lose a few pounds.
Well as Nash, who is an experienced hand at the whole boxing think herself, whether nerves or she truly struggled against the veteran, Su-Elise took the early rounds of the contest.
But Nicola roared back like a Scottish lion, ripping into her older rival with a real mean streak that got her faithful fans coming up and down for joy.
Especially in round eight, when she finished up Nash in brutal punching style to take any doubt of her abilities somewhat away.
She is going to have to get out the blocks quicker, especially against the younger fighters around her own age but she got the all important duck off her back.
For Nash, she will still probably find some work but with new welterweights coming through, she may not have many years left to get the fights she wants.
Especially as beauty pageant winners and models from around the world are coming to fight in Europe now, mostly for the massive fashion shows they can plan around.
Maybe Nicola herself can use this as a springboard outside the ring for other projects but we want to welcome her to the BBU with open arms and I always respect a girl who takes this sport seriously and not just as a meal ticket for their name.