Frank Warren presents Championship Boxing at York Hall

Frank Warren presents Championship Boxing at York Hall

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York Hall Leisure Centre

5 Old Ford Road


E2 9PJ

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Chris Bourke will challenge Marc Leach for the vacant British Super-Bantamweight championship from the historic York Hall, live on BT Sport!

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Streatham’s Bourke (10-0, 6 KOs) gets his big opportunity after Queensberry stablemate Jason Cunningham relinquished his domestic crown in pursuit of world honours

Bourke, 27, won the WBC International title in December 2020 with a second round stoppage of Michael Ramabeletsa. In his only defence last July, the South Londoner thrashed James Beech on points over ten rounds.

Salford’s Leach (17-1, 4 KOs) confirmed his mandatory status last summer with a narrow, but unanimous points win over Thomas Essomba in a British championship eliminator.

Leach, also 27, last boxed in December when he knocked out Stefan Nicolae after just 26 seconds of the opening round.

UNDERCARD: Hackney Super-Featherweight Frank ‘The Tank’ Arnold  (8-0-1, 2 KOs) will make the leap to ten rounds in a non-title contest.

British boxing’s latest Light-Heavyweight hopeful Karol Itauma (5-0, 3 KOs), an eight-time National amateur champion boxes a six rounder.

In four round action is Conor McGregor’s Super-Lightweight training partner Willo Hayden (2-0), Reading Super-Welterweight Joshua Frankham (4-0,1 KO), Portsmouth Super-Featherweight Jamie Chamberlain (3-0), Welling Super-Welterweight Jake Henty (1-0), and exciting teenage Cruiserweight Aloys Youmbi (0-1).

The quality card also features the debut of another top London Cruiserweight prospect, Arnold Obodai, a former Repton ABC boxer who won two National championships

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