The television cameras are coming back to Wolverhampton Civic Hall for another big night of championship boxing.
PJ Rowson, in association with Frank Warren, is staging a show on Saturday, October 3 that will be screened live Box Nation.
In the top-of-the-bill fight, Birmingham middleweight Tommy Langford (13-0) defends his WBO Intercontinental title and Black Country favourites Ryan Aston and Ricky Summers feature in 10-round fights.
Aston (15-2-2), considered unlucky by most ringsiders not to get the decision over Jason Welborn in a Midlands-title challenge in June, meets ex-Southern Area boss Nathan Graham (17-6-1) in an eliminator for the English light-middleweight championship.
And up at light-heavyweight, Summers (9-0) steps up to 10 rounds to meet tough-as-old-boots gatekeeper Sam Couzens (11-16-2) for the vacant British Challenge Belt.
Aston-Graham and Summers-Couzens were both scheduled for a show in Dudley on Friday, September 18.
That show has now been cancelled and the fights have been switched to Wolverhampton, meaning Tyler Denny (2-0) and Les Byfield (1-1) will box in front of the cameras, along with debutant Josh Miller, the ex-Priory Park amateur.
Also on the show, Middlesbrough light-welterweight Josh Leather, 2012 ABA champion and 7-0 in the pros, will be matched along with Lyon Woodstock, the hammer-fisted Leicester super-featherweight who’s been labelled a mini-Nigel Benn after powering to back-to-back stoppage wins.
This will be the third BoxNation-televised show promoted in the last 15 months from Wolverhampton Civic and further information is available from 07976-283157. Box Office 0870 320 7000