Boxing Connected expands it brand on Friday 21st February 2020 when it stages a show at the Holiday Inn Doncaster following considerable success at shows held in the Southern & Midlands areas.
The show will provide the opportunity for local prospects to box in their home town and brings professional boxing back to a venue formerly known as the Moat House for the first time since 1998 when pugilists such as Sean Green & Andy Roberts featured.
Topping the bill over six rounds will be unbeaten Armthorpe welterweight Ryan Stevenson who is fast closing in on a crack at the Central Area Championship and has stated that he is willing to fight anyone put in front of him and has no issues with travelling to an opponents backyard to do so.
In the chief supporting contest also over six rounds fellow Armthorpe resident Josh Padley will be looking to continue his rise up the Lightweight rankings and maintain his unbeaten start to the pro ranks.
Also featuring will be super welterweight Cameron Kaihau who literally lives a stones throw from the venue and is relishing the opportunity to fight in his own backyard.
Tickets priced £60 (Ringside) and £40 (Standard) can be purchased from any of the Boxers scheduled to feature and it is adviseable that fight fans snap up their tickets as soon as possible as it is extremely likely that come Fight Night ticket availability will be strictly limited.
Joe Elfidh and Scott Calow for Boxing Connected would like to express their gratitude to the local businesses that are supporting this promotion and intend to use it as a springboard for future promotions in Doncaster and the surrounding areas.
Write up by Richard Vaughan