SAN DIEGO, CALIF.- May 6, 2016 – This Saturday afternoon it will be a full day of championship boxing as two more big fights have been added to an already stacked broadcast on AWE- A Wealth of Entertainment.
Already announced is the WBA Lightweight world championship between champion Anthony Crolla (30-4-3, 12 KO’s) and Ismael Barroso (19-0-2, 18 KO’s) from Manchester, England
Also on the telecast will be an IBF Heavyweight elimination bout between former world title challengers Dereck Chisora (25-5, 17 KO’s) and Kubrat Pulev (22-1, 12 KO’s) from Hamburg, Germany.
Former WBA Interim Middleweight champion and three-time world title challenger Martin Murray will see action in a super middleweight clash against Cedric Spera.
Opening up the broadcast will be a battle for the WBC International Silver Welterweight title between Shayne Singleton and Adil Anwar.
The broadcast will begin at 2:30 PM ET / 11:30 AM PT.
Murray of St. Helens, United Kingdom has a record of 32-3-1 with 15 knockouts and is looking to get back to the world title stage and a win over Spera will catapult him to a June 25th showdown with George Groves.
Murray won the WBA Interim Middleweight championship with a 6th round stoppage over Jorge Navarro in 2012. When he has stepped up, he has come up just short in world title opportunities against Sergio Martinez, Gennady Golovkin and Arthur Abraham.
Spera of Belgium has a record of 12-4 with two knockouts, but has a win on his ledger over former contender Stephane Ouellet.
Singleton is an upstart contender from Colne, England and has a record of 22-1 with seven knockouts.
He is a former English Super Lightweight champion & WBC International Silver Welterweight titlist, and his record his highlighted by wins over Curtis Woodhouse (17-4) and Steve Jevons (8-0)
Anwar of Leeds, England is a former English Welterweight champion has a record of 22-5 with eight knockouts.
He has quality wins over Ben Lawler (5-1), Nathan Graham (11-1), James Finn (10-0-1), John Watson (13-2), Tyrone Nurse (20-0) & Dale Miles (13-1).