The British Super-Lightweight Title
In support, British Super-Lightweight Champion Tyrone Nurse defends his title against highly-rated and unbeaten prospect Jack Catterall in an intriguing contest.
Last time out, Nurse (35-2-2, 7 KOs) faced Andy Keates, and though he was cut, the Huddersfield man outpointed his opponent. Prior to that, he took on the game Joe Hughes in Leicester, in a close contest which ended in a draw.
Nurse won the belt in 2015 and as three years Catterall’s senior, he will be hoping experience and ring-craft will be the difference on October 21st.
On ‘El Gato’s’ side are youth, an undefeated record and power, as the 24-year-old has made a quick rise to the top of the domestic scene, boasting an excellent 18-0 record of with 10 knockouts. Catterall proved his talent against the vastly more experienced Martin Gethin in April, stopping his foe in the third round.
In Britain, there is currently an exciting crop of Super-Lightweight talents, and the winner of this clash can stake their claim to being the best of the bunch.