Local boxers go on show

PUBLISHED: 10:11 10 July 2006 | UPDATED: 09:35 24 May 2010

FORMER Weston professional heavyweight boxer with over 165 fights, Steve Yorath has teamed up with the European Boxing Federation to sanction Weston fighters for a professional boxing show on July 30 at Weston Football Club

FORMER Weston professional heavyweight boxer with over 165 fights, Steve Yorath has teamed up with the European Boxing Federation to sanction Weston fighters for a professional boxing show on July 30 at Weston Football Club. The event which is called Weston's Pride, will feature Weston's best boxers, Shane Main, Sheridan Davey, Jay Williams, Gary Bettle, Lucus Blazcov, Jay Ryhs-Gill, and many more. The European Boxing Federation is based in London and allows fighters to fight under professional boxing rules after successfully completing a medical assessment. The White Collar Boxing Association are also in talks with Steve for an event as seen on TV. This would be open to anyone who has wanted to have a go at boxing and is regulated and excellent entertainment with local businessmen taking up the challenge.Weston's Pride will showcase Weston's most respected home-grown talent. The fighters live and train in Weston and they will take on fighters from all over the country.The atmosphere will be electric and looking at the matches made, there will be some explosive action with Weston heavyweight champion Sheridan Davey taking on some top class opposition and Shane Main making his professional debut. For tickets, please call box office 01934 645544. For VIP tickets and table bookings, call Steve on 07859703662.

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