11:26am Thursday 5th June 2014
HALESOWEN super middleweight Lennox Clarke will be looking to record a fourth straight win when he boxes at Walsall Town Hall next month.
He will be on the card of a EJKO Promotions’ bumper show, called The Heat Is On, on Friday, July 11.
Clarke goes into the event after putting James Child, Jody Meikle and Shaun Law to the sword in his opening three contests.
Tipton’s Lee Glover tops the bill as he takes on Swindon’s Joe Beeden for the British Masters Featherweight title.
Glover is in action for the first time since his narrow points loss when he challenged Jon ‘2 Smokes’ Kay for the English title in March.
Walsall’s Luke Paddock is chief support as he competes in his first ten-round contest. ‘Cool Hand’ will be looking to maintain in his unbeaten start to life in the paid ranks.
Wolverhampton brother’s Des and Sid Bowater are also in action. Super featherweight Des is gearing up for his first six-round fight after recording five consecutive professional victories whilst brother Sid is set to make his professional debut at welterweight after receiving the all-clear from a brain scan.
Stafford’s Grant Cunningham makes a welcome return to ring action. The undefeated super middleweight prospect will be looking to make it 9-0 when he fights for the first time since May 2013.
Undefeated West Bromwich light middleweight prospect, Tom Stokes, Birmingham super featherweight prospect, Sean ‘Show Time’ Davis and Dudley super featherweight prospect, Ryan Corrigan, are also in action.
The show will be aired live and exclusive on BBC WM’s DAB Digital Service and online at www.bbc.co.uk/wm.
Tickets, priced at £30 and £60 for ringside, are available from Walsall Town Hall box office on 0845 111 2900.
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