Black Country Boxing’s ‘Heir To The Throne’ bill is taking shape.
The bumper boxing show, in association with the Fight Factory, takes place at to The Chase Leisure Centre on Saturday, 28th February 2015.
Stafford’s undefeated fighter, Grant Cunningham, tops the bill as he steps down to middleweight to take on Damon Jones in an English Middleweight Title Eliminator.
“I’m feeling fit and sharp and ready to go,” Cunningham told www.uko-boxing.com. “It’s a big night of boxing. Most of the lads on the show have topped bills in their own right, so it’s an honour to be heading this one up.”
Walsall’s Luke Paddock is also in action as he makes a maiden defence of his Midlands Area Light Welterweight Title when he takes on Newark’s Fergus Taylor. Paddock has a perfect nine-fight record whilst Taylor has won seven of his opening nine professional contests, losing just once.
Stafford’s Rob Hunt also goes in search of title honours. The 29 year-old goes on the hunt for a British Bronze Masters Welterweight Title when he steps in with Exeter’s Faheem Khan.
Stourbridge’s former Midlands Area Welterweight King, Steven Pearce, is also in action as he steps in with tough Latvian, Eduards Krauklis, for his first outing of 2015
Birmingham super featherweight prospect, Sean ‘Showtime’ Davis, steps in with Maidenhead’s Jack ‘Crackerjack’ Heath whilst Leeds welterweight, Stevi Mennell, takes on Halesowen-based Kevin McAuley.
Completing the bill is Stoke light welterweight, Josh McLaren, who takes on Atherton’s William Warburton and Middlesbrough’s Mohammed Waqas who steps in with Reading’s Ibrar Riyaz.
The show takes place at Chase Leisure Centre, Stafford Road, Cannock, Staffordshire, WS11 4AL.
Tickets, priced at £30 and £60 Ringside, are available by calling 01543 504065