This evening, Saturday the 25th of July at the BT Studio in London we have the beginning of a double bill of Frank Warren promoted shows with middleweight Denzel Bentley taking on Mick Hall whilst featherweight Louie Lynn faces Scotland’s own Monty Ogilvie and whilst Bentley looks like he will get a win, we are all rooting for Ogilvie against the less experienced and unbeaten Lynn. Super bantamweight Chris Bourke will face Ramez Mahmood for the Southern title and who knows as this does, on paper at least, look a real 50/50 battle. Top of the bill is heavyweight Joe Joyce returning against Michael Wallisch and of course nothing short of a Juggernaut win is expected.
Later on in the week, on Friday the 31st of July at the same BT Studio in London and promoted by the very same Frank Warren, we get to see super bantamweight Brad Strand take on Brett Fidoe whilst the light heavyweight Commonwealth title shall be decided between Lyndon Arthur and Dec Spelman. Clearly Arthur is expected to triumph whilst I think Arthur might take the Commonwealth belt.
Also added to the card as middleweight Caoimhin Agyarko and featherweight Andrew Cain alongside the super featherweight battle between Nick Ball and Jerome Campbell.
Saturday 1st August
It is the turn of Matchroom to show us what they have got with a behind closed doors series based in their backyard – literally… first up we have lightweight Dalton Smith v Nathan Bennett, heavyweights Fabio Wardley and Simon Vallily facing off for the English belt, featherweight Jordan Gill facing Reece Bellotti, lightweight James Tennyson back in against Gavin Gwynne and the mouth watering Sam Eggington v Ted Cheeseman fight for the IBF super welterweight international strap.
Friday 7th august
It’s all back to Eddie’s with featherweight Ivan “Hopey” price, lightweight Aqib Fiaz facing Kane Barker, super welterweight Anthony Fowler in against Adam Harper, super featherweight Terri Harper defends her WNC and IBO titles against Natasha Jonas and top of the bill is the Commonwealth scrap between Chris Billiam-Smith and Nathan Thorley.