Price vs. Thompson undercard for February 23rd
BOXING fans who buy tickets for this month’s big heavyweight battle between David Price (15-0) and Tony Thompson (36-3) could be in for an even better night at the fights.
Anybody who buys tickets for the show before 5pm on February 14 will be entered into a special Valentine’s Day draw that takes place that evening.
The winner and a guest will be David’s VIPs at Liverpool’s Echo Arena on Saturday 23rd February and treated to a night of hospitality.
The prize includes a pre-fight meal, inner ringside tickets, signed memorabilia and after a night of top action whisked to David’s after fight party where they will meet the British and Commonwealth champion.
Promoter Frank Maloney says: “It is a fantastic prize and we will make sure the winner gets a night to remember.”
Also David’s friend Kevin Satchell (9-0) risks his British flyweight crown against Belfast’s Luke Wilton (13-2-1).
Another British title defence on the bill sees Darren Hamilton (12-2) makes the first defence of his light-welterweight title against another Liverpool fighter, Steve Williams (13-1).
Adil Anwar (18-1) who hopes to challenge the winner also boxes and Maloney hopes he will be involved in the fourth 12 rounder on the bill.
Others boxers on the bill include David Burke (26-2), Paul Edwards (9-2), Sean Dodd (4-0), Louis Cuddy (6-0), Neil Perkins (2-0), Steven Lewis (2-0), Andy Colquhoun (5-0) and Peter Gallagher (1-0).
Tickets can be purchased £230 (VIP including meal and inner ringside seat), £95 (Ringside), £70 and £40 at www.echoarena.comwww.frankmaloney.com or 0844 8000 400.
The show will be broadcast live by the home of boxing BoxNation (Sky 437/Virgin 546). Join now at www.boxnation.com. WealthTV will be broadcasting the card live in the United States.
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