Hellraiser Boxing is proud to announce ‘Raise The Stakes’.
Mickey Helliet has 13 fights pencilled in for the show at the Camden Centre on Friday, April 11.
In the top-of-the-bill fight, Craig Whyatt boxes against Ben Morrish for the vacant British Masters Bronze super-featherweight title.
Armchair fight fans in 109 countries watched the Morden electrician’s last fight on a Eurosport-screened show in February.
And his three-round thrashing of Laszlo Fekete has convinced manager Mickey Helliet he’s ready to box for honours.
Guernsey flyweight Brad Watson won’t be far away from a title shot if he makes it eight wins out of eight – and Ryan Barrett is after more belts after capturing the WBU welterweight title.
Fans are advised not to blink when Arthur Hermann’s in the ring.
As promised by his coaches, Hermann showed Gennady Golovkinesque lights-out power at the Camden Centre in February and targets his 11th straight win – and 10th knock-out – on the next show.
Sammy Cantwell is another one to watch.
Father Mickey won a Lonsdale belt outright and is training Sammy to follow in his footsteps.
Three fights into his pro career, Sammy has yet to lose a round and according to Mickey, he’s getting better with every fight.
Fighting fisherman Warren Fenn looks to reel in a seventh win in eight fights and Aarron ‘Marskman’ Morgan is another middleweight prospect in action.
Morgan only just missed out on a place in the Great Britain amateur squad and as a professional, the Islington-based stylist has back-to-back stoppage wins.
Also on the bill, unbeatens Ben Day and Darryll Williams also look to extend their perfect ring records and Nathan Weise Dan Woodgate, Danny Donchev and James Chiericato are also set to be matched.
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