Impact Boxing will host their next evening of professional boxing at Stokeʼs Kings Hall on May 17, their biggest bill to date. In total, eight bouts are scheduled to take place on the night.
Opponents have yet to be confirmed but four local lads will step through the ropes together with a further four from Impactʼs partner stable in Chester.
Werringtonʼs Scott Lawton will again head the line-up and big hitter Danny Johnston will make his first appearance for twelve months. Jimmy Doherty, now unbeaten in seven professional starts, has recovered from a hand injury that kept him out of action in March is also scheduled to participate. Scott Miller, victorious in all three fights since turning pro last year, will complete the Potteries contingent.
Chesterʼs cultured welterweight Chris Goodwin will return for his fifth bout at the venue where he has emerged the victor on each of his previous occasions. Paul Economides also returns after making his debut in Stoke in March. Economides took part in a ding-dong super-featherweight clash with Duane Cumberbatch last time out and kicked off his pro career with an impressive victory.
Light middleweight Omar Gumati also makes his first appearance in the ring since last May and bantamweight Gary Sheil will complete the line-up.
Tickets priced £25 and £45 together with £10 concessions for under 14ʼs are available from Impact Boxing on 0845 156 7168.