A high quality crop of super-lightweights will fight’The’ Golden Contract’ when the quarter-finals are held at York Hall on November 22, live on Sky Sports.
Eight fighters from the branch will compete with the winner claiming a two-year, five-fight deal with bag for each fight, at the championship that is ground-breaking.
As he seeks the lucrative prize after his volatile victories over Derry Mathews along with Tom Farrell, Even the Ohara Davies has combined the attraction.
The Anthony Yigit of sweden has previously held the European vest, and has analyzed himself in the maximum level as an challenger, enduring a stoppage defeat to Ivan Baranchyk to the IBF belt.
Yet another ex-European winner, mohamed Mimoune, needs to be a familiar face on those shores after the Frenchman points win over Sam Eggington in 2017.
The Zhankosh Turarov of kazakhstan holds a 24-fight album that is perfect, demonstrating his hammer power.
Davies was engaged by tyrone McKenna in a war of words and the Belfast man will probably be eager as he attempts to reach the closing to settle their feud.
Akeem Ennis-Brown has already impressed on the scene, although champions contender Darren Surtees can also be eager to earn the multi-fight deal, beating current British champion Chris Jenkins last year.
Adam Smith, head of Sky Sports Boxing, said:”We’re delighted to bring The Golden Contract to our live program last week – and also the super-lightweights must offer a barnstorming show in Bethnal Green.
“A number of those fighters have already displayed their attributes Sky Sports reveals, but in addition, there are some new faces to keep an eye out for! It’s hard to pick a winner from this really exciting harvest and we’ll definitely see several upsets of drama.
“November is going to be a enormous month on Sky Sports and there will be many more announcements coming shortly.”
Matchroom Boxing manager Eddie Hearn said:”that the 140lb branch is red-hot, both domestically and globally, and, in October, Sky Sports possess the very best of it.
“On October 19, Robbie Davies Jnr and Lewis Ritson fight it out for national supremacy in Newcastle and also a week after Josh Taylor takes on Regis Prograis in a Massive unification match-up in the O2, live on Sky Sports Box Office.
“The fighters at The Golden Contract have a excellent opportunity to gatecrash both these scenes, it is a terrific line-up that’ll be filled with drama.”
MTK global expert development coordinator Jamie Conlan explained:”It’s going to be another great night at London’s most iconic boxing stronghold. What a group of fighters this is at 140lb – along with the thing is there’s one more to be added into the mix!
“There are several intriguing potential quarter-final match-ups here and the place will be rocking on the night as the hopefuls bidding to take the first step towards this life-changing Golden Contract.”
The Golden Deal Starts with the as Jazza Dickens, Ryan Walsh and Leigh Wood combine a strong field of fighters at York Hall live on Sky Sports.
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