Bradley ‘Super’ Skeete makes the second defence of his British Welterweight Title against mandatory challenger Shayne Singleton at the Brentwood Centre on Friday 2nd June 2017.
Skeete, who banked the first notch of keeping the British Title outright in the same venue against John Thain back in November, has made it clear his short term goal is to bag the coveted Lord Lonsdale strap for keeps.
Now ranked #4 with the IBF and #5 with the WBO, a shot at World honours is surely just around the corner for Skeete should he continue to impress.
First things first, he must navigate past challenger Singleton who has just one career defeat on his record, a stoppage loss to Sam Eggington, the man Skeete dethroned to pick up the British last year.
The Penge supremo has put together seven wins in succession since a close decision went in favourite of Frankie Gavin back on November 2014’s huge ‘Bad Blood’ show. Since then, pundits and fans alike believe the classy Skeete has reached another level.
A former English Champion down at Lightweight, Singleton will be charged for the biggest opportunity of his soon to be 26 fight career.
Both men have exchanged words in the build-up which will only add to this intriguing main event, which is supported by the rematch between Lee Markham and Joe Mullender for the English Middleweight Title.
Also featuring on the undercard, young talents Harley Benn, Boy Jones Jr, Sanjeev Singh Sahota, Billy Long and Charlie Driscoll all appear.