Lyndon Arthur will face Braian Nahuel Suarez this weekend, with the Manchester born fighter facing his first world title shot in Bolton on Friday night.
In his third fight in six months, Arthur takes on Argentine Suarez (18-1-0) for the IBO light-heavyweight title. The 31-year-old, formerly of Collyhurst & Moston ABC, faces the biggest night of his career so far with the vacant belt on the line at the Bolton Whites Hotel at the University of Bolton Stadium.
Arthur (21-1-0), has fought at the venue recently, with his TKO win against Walter Gabriel Sequeira in September 2022 followed up with a win by the same method against Joel McIntyre in December. Suarez, meanwhile, beat Mauricio Roberto Caceda via knockout in January.
The main event taking place at 10:00 p.m. GMT.