Renowned boxing pundit Steve Bunce will return by popular demand to the ECC Sports and Social Club in Wolverhampton later this month.
Bunce’s one-man show returns for an encore at the venue on Showell Road on Wednesday September 20, writes Craig Birch.
The 54-year-old is a regular presence on television with broadcasters BoxNation, BT Sport and BBC Sport, along with writing for magazine Boxing Monthly and a host of national newspapers.
His appearance at the ECC will come just four days after he’s covered the Saul ‘Canelo’ Alvarez versus Gennady Gololvkin middleweight super-fight, in the United States, for BoxNation.
That hotly-anticipated clash and the recent Floyd Mayweather Jnr-Conor McGregor battle are just two of the topics he will touch upon when he takes to the stage.
He’s London born and bred but now lives in Lichfield, commuting back to the capital for many of his media commitments.
He has over 30 years of experience and has covered the sweet science for five separate Olympic Games and over 50 shows in Las Vegas.
He was once dubbed by flamboyant former world champion Chris Eubank as “a legend in boxing” and offers respected opinions on all fighting matters past, present and future.
He will talk freely during his speech and then front questions from the audience, ranging from current topics to a trip down memory lane.
He’s an author, too, and he will be selling signed copies of his latest book ‘Bunce’s Big Fat Short History of British Boxing’ and first novel ‘The Fixer.’
They are to cost just £20 for the pair, a total saving of £8.98 on the recommended retail price. Local pro boxers, coaches and fight fans will be in attendance.
Tickets cost £12.50 per person or £100 for a table of eight, which includes a buffet. To secure your place, call 01902 424 455 now.