Four of the capital’s brightest prospects get a chance to showcase their wares on the huge ‘Power of London’ promotion at the Copper Box Arena in the East End this Saturday but stringbean welterweight Bradley Skeete hopes that it’s his name that’s on everybody’s lips once the dust has settled.
Penge’s Bradley Skeete says that this will be the best year of his career and is determined to end it as the British Welterweight Champion
Skeete, 26, makes the first defence of the WBA Intercontinental title against tough Italian Giuseppe Loriga on a title packed show at the Copper Box Arena on Saturday 12th April.
Promoter Frank Warren’s next action-packed show at the Copper Box Arena, Queen Elizabeth Park, London, will take place on Saturday 12th April.
Coming off a successful third event at the Copper Box Arena earlier this month featuring heavyweight stars Dereck Chisora and Tyson Fury, Warren returns with his London stars Frank Buglioni, Mitchell Smith and Bradley Skeete all in championship title action with the headline fight for the show to be confirmed on Thursday.
Former WBA World Light-Welterweight Champion Vivian Harris has been ruled out of his fight against Bradley Skeete this Saturday (15th February) at the Copper Box Arena after failing a pre-fight medical.
Harris was due to face Skeete in a Vacant WBA Intercontinental Welterweight title clash as one of the chief supporting fights to the headline bout between WBO/WBA International Heavyweight Champion Dereck Chisora against challenger Kevin Johnson.