Andrew Selby among eight Sanigar fighters in action this weekend
Sanigar Events have eight boxers in action this weekend across the country starting with this Friday evening at SSE Arena, Wembley, London.
Undefeated welterweight Tamuka Mucha will kick start proceedings when he takes on tough Northern Irishman Paddy Gallagher over 10 rounds in an eliminator for the British Welterweight title. Promoter Barry McGuigan has promised that the clash could be fight of the night with both men known for their aggressive, high action styles.
Next up Britiain’s most exciting prospect Andrew Selby hopes to continue to storm through the professional ranks when he collides in a highly anticipated match up with world rated #14 Jake Bornea. The battle between the Welshman and the Philipino will contest the vacant IBF Intercontinental flyweight title and the winner will elevate their place in the world rankings.
On the same evening at The Grand Pier in Weston Super Mare ‘Raging Bull’ Liam Hunt, Henry Smith and Pawel August all feature in a night of local Westcountry action.
Hunt who’s professional record is 3 wins and 1 loss is boxing in his hometown for the first time and has promised fans they will not be disappointed. Henry Smith fights for the second time this year having knocked out Darren Snow in one round in April. Sanigar Events latest signing Pawel August will make his professional debut on the card, the Taunton based Pole hopes that he can make a big impression on the professional game.
Completing the line up on Monday evening will be the undefeated Welsh trio of Gavin Gwynne, Morgan Jones and Craig Kennedy all boxing at the prestigious Sheraton Grand Park Hotel, Park Lane in London. Gwynne faces Gloucester tough guy Andy Harris over 4 rounds in his third fight as a professional. Talented light heavyweight Morgan Jones takes on Latvia’s Jevgenijs Andrejevs and Craig ‘Kid’ Kennedy boxes southpaw Arturs Kulikauskis over 6 rounds.
Kennedy is in line to box the winner of Matty Askin and Tommy McCarthy (who box on Saturday night) for the British title in early 2017.