Prizefighter Heavyweights IV at York Hall, Bethnal Green on Saturday October 9 is a complete sell out.
All tickets for the 14th edition of Barry Hearn’s eight-man, one night tournaments have now been snapped up and there will be no tickets on the door for the show.
Fans that have missed out can catch all the action live on Sky Sports from 8pm and should stay tuned to the Prizefighter website as promoters Matchroom Sport will be announcing the next event soon.
Tonight on Sky Sports 2 from 9.30pm is Prizefighter – No Guts, No Glory – a countdown of the top ten moments from the first two series of Prizefighter, the perfect way to whet your appetite for what promises to be another breathless night of action from York Hall.
Former European, Commonwealth, British and English champion Matt Skelton opens the action against Londoner Ali Adams. The victor in that fight faces the winner of the second bout of the night between Kevin McBride, the Irishman who was the last fighter to beat Mike Tyson and Franklin Egobi, the Tooting fighter.
The third quarter-final pits Michael Sprott against Danny Hughes for the right to face either unbeaten Irishman Declan Timlin or Shane McPhilbin, the 24 year-old Nottingham boxer fighting for the fourth time in his career.
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