Dalton Smith vs Sam Maxwell
This Saturday Dalton Smith of Steel City gym will take on Sam Maxwell, a win for Dalton would give him the British title outright, a win for Maxwell would be a big upset. The one thing that is for sure is that it is going to be a classic British Title fight. Dalton who has a record of 14-0-0 will be looking to advance to the world stage if he gets the win on Saturday. If Maxwell was to pick up the victory it would be a huge win for him and give him one last dance at the world stage. Maxwell is certainly a fighter that Dalton can’t take lightly with a record of 17-1-0 he is still very dangerous. The Commonwealth title will also be on the line which will definitely give the fight a bit of extra hype. But with both men believing that they have what it takes to win it will absolutely be an interesting fight.
Pat McCormack vs Tony Dixon
Former Olympian and amateur prospect Pat McCormack will be looking to put on a show when he takes on Tony Dixon in the fifth professional fight of his career. The Olympian will look to make easy work of Tony and he hopes that with the backing of Eddie Hearn and Matchroom Boxing the journey has only just started.
Junaid Bostan vs Ryan Amos
This is a fight on the card I am particularly looking forward to. Bostan, who trains out of Steel City Gym will look to put on his best performance yet as he faces an undefeated opponent in Ryan Amos. It will hopefully be a thrilling fight but no matter what it is one that Junaid will need to win if he wants to go on and chase his dream of world honours.
Lewis Sylvester vs Adam Cope
Lewis Sylvester is proof that hard work does pay off, for Sylvester this is in the form of an English title shot on a Matchroom show. His opponent Adam Cope isn’t someone to overlook though, and the vacant title could go to either man. It is a 50/50 fight and with both fighters having an undefeated record, someone’s 0 has got to go. It is a fight that is certain to entertain.
Hopey Price vs James Beech Jnr
Hopey Price has been on a 10-fight win streak since making his debut with Matchroom after turning pro in 2019. Hopey, who was a standout amateur racking up 40 wins before turning pro will be looking to continue his streak and get another win to put him in the spotlight. His opponent James Beech Jnr has always fallen just short when stepping up against those at the top of the British boxing scene. He will be hoping that he can finally overcome this by getting a win over Hopey on Saturday.
Beatriz Ferreira vs Karla Ramos Zamora
Beatriz will be making her UK debut and hoping to put on a solid performance in her third professional fight as a pro. She represented Brazil at the Tokyo Olympics winning a Silver Medal, she was one of the many Olympians that Matchroom signed up after the Tokyo games. With over 100 amateur fights she has indeed got a lot of experience under her belt and looks to make a big impact on the Super Feather weight division
Cory O’Regan vs Jordan Ellison
Cory will look to improve his 9-0-0 record when he steps into the ring this Saturday. He fights a well experienced opponent in Jordan Ellison which will undoubtedly help Cory gain experience and is a great learning fight for Cory.
Nico Leivars vs Alberto Motos
Nico Leivars of Let’s Go Management will fight against Alberto Motos a 4-0-0 undefeated boxer from Spain. The former Team Italy and Team GB prospect will look to continue impressing and improve his current record of 3-0-1.