York Hall, Bethnal Green, London
19th March

The shows just keep on coming with the third GB Fight Series in as many weeks, as GB Fight Series 3 gets its spot under the lights this Saturday at York Hall. A 10 fight card featuring some upcoming talent with titles aspirations in the future.

The ever popular Frimpong twins are back in action and are expected to bring along their usual excitement. Lewis Frimpong takes part in his 3rd professional contest and takes on Romania Constantin Radoi. While twin Courtney Frimpong steps through the ropes for the 2nd time having missed out last time due to a late oppoennt pull out. Courtney takes on the experienced Liam Richards in a 4 round contest.

Undefeated Conor Hinds returns as a late addition to card. 3-0 Hinds has actually been a pro since 2018 and started to get momentum in 2019 into 2020 but then COVID struck. Hinds is now looking to push on and get that run going again. He faces off against Robbie Chapman.

Tyler Marriott returns for his 3rd professional contest and looks to keep his winning run going. Marriott changed camps and relocated to London to apply himself better to the sport he is hoping to showcase these skills as he takes on Lee Devine.

Ipswich's Ryan Copland takes part in his first contest of 2022 as he takes on Josh Cook. Copland undefeated in all 4 of his pro contest is one of a few fighters who are turning Ipswich into a known fight city. Copland hopes to use this fight to spring board him towards title honours in late 2022.

GB Fight Series 3 will also see Bailey Donald back in action, Bailey has been slowly building and has shown promise and improvement over his first 3 pro contests. Donald now takes on Matar Sambou over 4 rounds.

Liverpool's Liam McHugh makes his long awaited debut, its an interesting story for McHugh who orignates from Liverpool but trains in Mexico and now will make his debut in London. He takes on 28 fight pro Steven Maguire

Talking of debuts one of to watch out for is the debut of Joshua Gustave. Gustave has been chomping at the bit to get his pro career underway but finally gets his chance Saturday. He takes on the teak tough and always game Jordan Grannum. 

The card is wrapped up by Zoe Hunte Smith as she returns to the pro ring for the second time. Hunte Smith fell just short in her debut but is looking to right the wrongs as she takes on Polish Bojana Libiszewska over 4x2 & Mickey O'Rourke is back in action after his return in November. O'Rourke had a 6 year lay off before his November return and looks to keep the run going as he takes on Michael Mooney over 6 rounds.

Tickets are still available online and will be available on the door.