DRAWN INTO WAR
York Hall, Bethnal Green, London
11th September

DOORS OPEN AT 1830
FIRST FIGHT AT 1900


COVID RESTRICTIONS - In line with the currently government guidline, there are currently no COVID restrictions on the venue for attendees. Face mask's can be worn through personal choice is you so wish. 

After 18 months of pandemic hell, big time boxing returns to York Hall with DRAWN INTO WAR. Top of the bill, Jumaane Camero gets the chance to become two-weight Southern Area Champion as he faces off against Billy Allington for the vacant Southern Area Super Lightweight Title. The undercard features is packed with prospects on the title tilt & debutant talent.

On the Undercard sees fan favourite Amar Kayani who will be bringing the 'Kayani Army" back to York Hall for the third time as a professional. Welterweight Kayani put on a career best performance last time out stopping Bulgarian tough man Teodor Boyadzhiev. Throughout lockdown he has been working on his power and is looking forward to putting it into action.

Denis Denikajev is one of the country's most exciting prospect and he returns to action on this card. Undefeated in 7 fights and going completely under the radar but those in the business, know he's not to be slept on. Originally from Lithuania but residing in the UK, he will no doubt be keeping a close eye on the winner of the main event as he looks to target his first title later this year.

The fighting pride of Aylesbury Shocki Khan returns for his 2nd pro contest. Overcoming the tricky & awkward Victor Edagha in his debut with a comfortable points victory. The orthodox Khan has a slick and skillful style which makes him one to watch for the future.

Plymouth's Billy Stanbury also features on the undercard in his 2nd professional contest and brings with him a massive travelling fan base. He takes part in a 4 round contest.

This show will also see the professional debut of both Tyler Marriott & Krzysztof Zuraw. Clacton's Marriott has been preparing for his debut since the start of the first lockdown as he just turned professional just as COVID struck. But after 16 months he will finally get to throw his hat in the ring as a pro. Southend's Zuraw also has a similar story in having to wait over a year to finally make his professional bow. He plans to put Southend back on the big time boxing map as he looks to force his way up the Featherweight division. 

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