The much-anticipated return of professional boxing to Bury on Saturday looks to be a sell-out as only a handful of tickets remain for Scott Quigg’s homecoming fight.
Emerging super-bantamweight sensation Quigg takes on Russian Andrey Kostin at the town's Castle Leisure Centre, aiming to add another win to his perfect 17-0 record.
Also on the Bill will be the exciting undefeated prospects Kieran Maher and Rhys Roberts whilst Dezzi Higginson will look to bounce back from his defeat challenging for the English lightweight title in January.
Hatton Promotions CEO Gareth Williams who championed the idea of bringing boxing back to the market town is particularly delighted with the interest shown.
“We have been promoting boxing all over the country and the interest shown has been phenomenal. I’m delighted that it will be sold out come fight night and that there will be a great crowd to cheer Scott on.
“Scott has been making great strides over the last twelve months and the interest for the show only goes to show what a star he is in the area. It won’t be long before he is challenging for titles and hopefully he’ll be supported all the way by the Bury fans.”
For those not lucky enough to be able to attend the first boxing show for more than 13 years in Bury, the show will be shown live on www.brandhatton.com
Hatton TV will be providing live coverage of the full show starting at 8pm and priced at just £2.99
The limited amount of remaining tickets are available by phoning the box office on 0161 775 7500.
Catch it live! Go to www.brandhatton.com - just £2.99 for all the action and atmosphere as it happens!