BCB are back at the Hangar Venue in Wolverhampton on Sunday December 3rd with a card stacked with some of the area’s best prospects as well as a former world title challenger and a debutant.
Jermaine Osbourne-Edwards has embraced his role as show headliner and the popular unbeaten welterweight will be looking for his ninth win on the bounce since turning over in 2021. The ‘Kundalini King’ trains out of Richie Carter’s Wolverhampton club and will be boxing the eight-round distance for the first time as he bides his time ahead of an expected area title shot in 2024.
Finley Cooper is also boxing for the second time as a pro, he made his debut in July at the Hangar after a sixteen-fight amateur career. The half Sicilian who runs his own property company easily outpointed Kristaps Zolgis that night taking a 40-36 decision.
One man who never shies away from a challenge is James Beech Jnr, the Bloxwich native has been a regular fixture on televised cards most recently against highly touted Hopey Price in July. The 26-year-old will be boxing in the home corner for the first time in over two years and will be looking to end his year with a much-needed win.
Lewis Morris will box for the fourth time this year and the second time since his surprise loss to Zimbabwean Tatenda Mongambe back in June. The 21-year-old showed no hangover from that defeat when he blew away Richard Starkey inside three rounds in September and is another hoping to be in the title mix next year.
Liam Gould is yet to drop a round is his first four fights and will be hoping to keep that perfect record going on the 3rd. The 25-year-old from Coseley has had plenty of sparring with another fighter on the card Zach Evans.
Evans, who like Gould is also unbeaten and yet to drop a round made the step up to six rounds against Paul Cummings in September. It was a very impressive showing from the 26-year-old from Droitwich who has banked several rounds with Tommy Collins in preparation for his fourth pro contest.
Sonny Clarke will make his long anticipated professional debut seven months after signing with BCB Promotions. The cruiserweight talent was hoping to box in September but has banked a few more months of training ahead of what many expect to be an explosive start in the paid ranks.
Tickets are available from the boxers directly £40 standard, £75 VIP.