We bring live action from Niagara Falls, Canada on Saturday 29th June when unbeaten Custio Clayton takes on Johan Perez.
The vacant IBF Intercontinental and NABA Welterweight Titles will be on the line as Clayton (16-0, 11 KOs) looks to improve his world ranking.
He is currently ranked 11th by the WBO while the IBF rank him at sixth for their crown worn by Errol Spence Jr.
Clayton was a six-times National Amateur Champion and reached the quarter-finals at 2012 London Olympics, losing in the quarter-finals to Fred Evans.
Last May he defeated unbeaten Manchester based Dutchman Stephen Danyo. Last time out he stopped former World Champion DeMarcus Corley in six rounds.
Venezuelan Perez (24-5-2, 16 KOs) has won his last two bouts and is looking to recapture his form of 2013 when he was a serious contender.
That year he defeated Steve Forbes, Yoshihiro Kamegai and Paul Spadafora who he defeated to win the Interim WBA Super-Lightweight Title for the second time.
“This will be the biggest Canada Day party in Niagara Falls,” said promoter Lee Baxter.
“This is a stacked card top to bottom, with some of Canada’s very best fighters, including a future superstar in Custio Clayton. The fireworks you want to see on Canada Day weekend will be in the ring.”
Also on the bill is Limerick welterweight Lee Reeves (4-0, 3 KO) who has been earmarked as a future World Champion by Tyson Fury.
Lee Reeves is a two-time Irish Underage Champion and is well-known to UK fight fans given 'The Gypsy King' has hyped him up very highly in several media interviews, calling him Ireland’s future superstar.
Reeves boxed out of the Corpus Christi club and was a two-time Irish underage champion and won the Senior A Title at the Haringey Box Cup in London earlier last year.