The heat has intensified between the two rivals – Dalton Miller and John McCallum. One for whom will move on to a bigger platform and for one it is the end of the road.
This fiery clash is one of 18 bouts taking place at the Summer Fight Festival at York Hall this Saturday 16th July which starts at 3pm.
Miller a former journeyman is planning a real life rocky story. “I was a journeyman but in my 30’s I have decided to be a contender. It is all about levels and I will show this to McCallum on the night.”
“Dalton who?” McCallum retorted. He is just a bum. He is just in my way but he is a joke and I will show him that on the night”
McCallum has won 8 of his nine fights whilst Miller fresh from a 1 round knockout win in his last fight is aiming to turn his career around with a win in this career defining fight for him.
Four major title fights and a sensational undercard provide the backdrop for an event which will sell out early and provide the best value for money in boxing.
As well as standard and reserved ringside seats you can purchase VIP tickets which provide a reserved ringside seat in rows 1-3 as well as a free bar and buffet from 5-7.30 PM in a private bar area.
Former Prizefighter Champion Wadi “Macho Man” Camacho defends his Southern Area Cruiserweight title against Portsmouth’s Danny Couzens. This promised to be exciting and explosive.
Jack Morris takes on Kelvin Young for the vacant Southern Area Light-Heavyweight title. Morris who has lost only 3 of 18 fights will be hoping its third time lucky in major title fights after losing to Lawrence Bennett (Southern Area Cruiserweight title) and most recently Tom Baker (English title). Young is the former WBO Inter-Continental Super-Middleweight champion.
Folkestone’s Josh Kennedy is a rising star in the Super-Bantamweight division and Josh competes for the International Challenge belt against a yet to be names opponent.
Southern Area Super-Bantamweight Champion Matthew Chanda has a 6 round contest against Yorkshireman Luke Fash.
Light-Heavyweight Sam Barron from Peterborough is 4 from 4 with 3 KO’s and this explosive puncher is looking to maintain his unbeaten record in a 4 round contest.
Its Bombs away in the Heavyweight division when Swindon’s Noureddine Meddoun takes on Kamil Sokolowski in what will be a 4 round war.
The talented Light-Heavyweight Luke Robinson has his second paid contest when he takes on teak tough Bryn Wain.
Welterweight Neil Parry is one of Kent’s rising stars and has a 4 round contest at Welterweight.
Sam “No Joke” Stokes is 6 from 6 in the Middleweight division and aims to make it 7 from 7 when he has a 4 round contest.
Chris Davies is a light-heavyweight with a massive future and he has his second pro contest against Richard Harrison.
“The ringmaster” Ollie Pinnock (3-0) has been out with injury but returns for his fourth contest at Super-Lightweight.
Luton’s Linus Udofia is a man with massive talent and is aiming to become another boxing star from Luton. Linus was very impressive in his first pro contest and faces Gabor Balogh over 4 rounds at Middleweight.
The show features the debut of Aylesbury Super-Middleweight Adi Burden who makes his belated professional debut over 4 rounds.
“The Sniper” Sam Smith trained by Paddy Fitzpatrick has already notched up 2 career wins and is looking for number 3 in a 4 round contest. He is joined by stablemate and top class prospect Luke Watkins who competes in a 6 round Cruiserweight contest.
Brad Pauls is fast earning a reputation as a star of the future. 2 from 2 both inside the distance Brad does not hang around and will be looking for another early despatch in his 4 round contest.
Tickets are available at www.iboxingtickets.com with limited tickets available on the door. Boxing starts 3pm so do not be late