Carter and Ugandan Champion Odeke clash at York Hall
Exciting London Heavyweight AJ Carter has the toughest test of his career when he takes on Ugandan Champion Kenneth Odeke on the Josh
Goodwin promoted “Azonto time” card at York Hall this Saturday night.
Carter 6-0 (4 KO) and Odeke 4-1 (4 KO) are set to clash in a Heavyweight mouth watering clash. Promoter Josh said “It is full credit to AJ for taking this fight. His original opponent pulled out on Wednesday and Odeke was the only option. It is a far tougher fight than ideal at this point of AJ’s career but he would rather take the fight than wait for an easier option in three weeks time.
Odeke won the Ugandan Heavyweight title with a fifth round stoppage in February and sees Carter as his passport to fights with Anthony Joshua and Hughie Fury.
Carter has progressed well under father/trainer Carlton Warren and manager Derek Williams.
With 8 stoppages from 11 fights between them it promises to be xplosive on a night which features two International Masters title fights.
Unbeaten Leytonstone Light-Welterweight Philip “Quicksilver “ Bowes takes on Francis Maina. Ukranian “Stinger” Dmytro Nikulin takes on Jan Balog for the Light-Middleweight strap.
Also featured Is former professional footballer Leon McKenzie who takes on Danny Brown from Essex in his first 6 rounder. “The Sensation” Ben Hall has his second pro fight at Light Middleweight against fellow unbeaten Danny Shannon.
Exciting Cruiserweight Jamie “The Real Deal” Hearn has his second comeback fight after his 1 round destruction of Larry Olubamiwo last time out.
One of the UK’s top light-Heavyweight prospects Miles Shinkwin a 6 round contest.
“Mad Monk” Frankie Monkhouse, Justin “The Genie” Menzie complete the card.
The original top of the bill, Richard Commey v Benjamin Ashley for the commonwealth Lightweight title has been delayed to 7th June following a delay in the visa approval for Ashley.
Remaining tickets for this exciting show are available at www.goodwinpromotions.co.uk or at the door on the night.
Doors open at 5pm. Boxing starts 6.30 pm.