Conroy vs Shinkwin

Liam Conroy Miles Shinkwin

Conroy Shinkwin

Guild Hall, Preston

On air @ 7pm



The English Light-Heavyweight Title

Cumbria Light-Heavyweight Liam Conroy defends his English Title against former British Title challenger Miles Shinkwin on March 31st.

The stacked MTK card in Preston, Lancashire, also features Jack Catterall, who boxes in a six-rounder in his first bout since teaming up with Jamie Moore.

Conroy (15-3-1, 7 KOs) picked up the vacant English belt after stopping Joel McIntyre in two rounds in September. His first defence came against former Anthony Yarde foe Chris Hobbs three months later, and the Champion earned a ninth-round TKO.

Shinkwin (14-3, 7 KOs) has fought for the British and English belts at 175lbs before, but suffered defeats to Hosea Burton (February 2016) and McIntyre (December 2016) respectively. Last time out, he was outpointed by Jake Ball for the WBA Inter-Continental Title.

Jack Catterall Nathan Hardy

Catterall Hardy

On air @ 7pm

Super-Lightweight contest

British Champion Jack Catterall boxes for the first time under new trainer Jamie Moore, facing Nathan Hardy over six rounds.

Catterall (19-0, 10 KOs) won the Lord Lonsdale belt in October after dethroning Tyrone Nurse in Leeds. 'El Gato' outfought Nurse and boxed well to earn a unanimous decision victory at the FD Arena.

Prior to that, the Chorley talent won the WBO Inter-Continental belt in 2015, and made five defences. Catterall hopes to put into practice what he's learned under Moore since joining the stable in February.

Declan Geraghty John Quigley

Geraghty Quigley

On air @ 7pm

Super-Featherweight contest

Dublin's Declan Geraghty takes on John Quigley in an intriguing Super-Featherweight clash in Preston.

In March 2016, Geraghty (16-2, 4 KOs) was stopped by James Tennyson for the Irish Title, but he has bounced back with two wins since, including a decision over Michael Roberts, who was previously 19-0-1.

Quigley (14-1, 3 KOs) also has just one reverse on his record, coming against Jono Carroll last June. Quigley was down twice in the second round and both men put on a entertaining show in Belfast, with Carroll coming away with a split decision win.