York Hall, Bethnal Green
9th April

GB Fight Series 4 sees our 4th in the series and brings another prospect show with the show full of future talent. Keeping boxers busy and active is a crucial part of their development and GB Fight Series 4 provides just that.

The card also features 5 of the Plymouth / Bideford stable Constantin Ursu looks to continue his run of form as the 3-0 unbeaten prospect originally from Moldova looks to make it 4-0 as he takes on Josh Hodgins over 4 rounds. The ever-exciting Lewis Everson takes part in his third pro contest, Everson is always all action and opens the show as he takes on Charlie Sheldon. Featherweight Conor Adaway hotly tipped for titles in the future takes on Constantin Radoi. 23-year-old Adaway excited last time out at Plymouth Guildhall when he took on dangerous puncher Raymond Commey, he looks to go 3-0 Saturday. Fan favourite Billy Stanbury returns to York Hall for the second time in his career, 2-0 Stanbury was due to feature on the last Plymouth show in October, but an injury prevented him for appearing but now full fit he looks to excite York Hall once against as he takes on Jordan Grannum, finally the Plymouth / Bideford connection is rounded off by Conor McIntosh, McIntosh actually is from Port Talbot but trains in the Bideford stable, Mcintosh an exciting Welterweight takes on Vladimir Fleischhauer over 4. McIntosh only made his pro debut in October but then was out again in November and has racked up 2 wins in quick succession. Will he make it 3-0 at GB Fight Series 4?

One of boxing’s nice guys Bradley Spencer returns to action and is certainly on the horizon of a title shot as he takes part in his 6th contest as a professional. Spencer unbeaten in 5, takes on Latvia Kristaps Zulgis in what could be fight of the night.

The show also features 2 debuts Joké Amechi an exciting featherweight was due to debut back before Covid-19 struck which delayed things for him but after the pandemic he signed with Goodwin Boxing and 9th April he gets opportunity to shine as he takes on one of the countries hardest men in Luke Fash. Ipswich’s Jordan Warne will step through the ropes for the first time as a professional, Warne bringing an army of people from the Suffolk town, a late change of opponent sees him take on Robbie Chapman over 4.

The show is wrapped up by prospect Ahmed Hatim the 1-0 is hotly tipped to make an impact in the division and he takes on Karl Sampson who comes off a big win last time out.

Tickets for this event are still available online until Friday evening then will be available on the door.