Connor Law faces the biggest test of his pro career

Unbeaten Scottish prospect Connor Law faces the biggest test of his pro career when he takes on former Commonwealth champion Bradley Pryce on May 20.

The Fife light-middleweight’s clash with Welshman Pryce will be chief support to Gary Cornish’s British heavyweight title fight with Sam Sexton at Ravenscraig Regional Sports facility, Motherwell.

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Cornish vs Sexton on May 20

Tickets are now on sale as Top Scottish Trio Connor Law, Eddie Doyle and Jamie Wilson are featured on the undercard of “History in the Making”- Gary Cornish Vs Sam Sexton, British Heavyweight Title on Saturday 20th May 2017

Connor from Fife is getting the opportunity after his recent outstanding win on the Josh Taylor undercard. The “Lawman” is hoping to extend his unbeaten record as he progresses towards a British Title Eliminator.

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Teofista Boxing Series ready for a banner year in 2017 in partnership with Calgary’s Deerfoot Inn & Casino

2017 looks to be a banner year for Eric de Guzman, CEO and President of Teofista Boxing Series. The heralded western Canadian promoter has recently finalized a deal with Deerfoot Inn & Casino Operations Manager Robin Featherstone that will bring live professional and amateur boxing to Calgary’s most exciting hotel, convention centre and entertainment complex on a continued basis.

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Prospect Boxing approaches its 20th Promotion and owner shares his blueprint

Prospect Boxing owner Paul Graham has made his blueprint for running successful boxing promotions company which ensures he keeps his boxers and himself busy throughout the season. Reflecting on his time a professional promoter, Graham shares some of the lessons he has learned ” Not every lad that turns over from the amateurs will be British, European or World title contenders but with dedication and hard work and the right matchmaking, most can fight for at least a Scottish area title, which if matched correctly can provide both the fighters and the punters the same entertainment you would expect on some of the televised shows. Its this level of matchmaking that i have tried to push through on all my shows”

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Sean Watson Bites Back!

After nearly an 18 month hiatus from professional boxing, Sean Watson is looking to shake off the Fatty nickname he has been given by his friends and win his first professional title on February 27th “My friends used to call me ‘Fatty’ when I was younger cause I was a bit chubby, and as I grew up it kind of stuck with me. But as I have been training for the run up to the fight I still get called it in the Gym to this day!

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