World Championship Boxing High Stakes – Manchester Arena

Manchester Hosts World Championship Boxing

Manchester hosts a world championship boxing night at the MEN Arena on the 18th July 2015 which guarantees fans, SKY viewers and exclusivecompanyescorts.co.uk/cheshire-escorts alike will be on the edge of their seats cheering for their favourite hero.

Local lad Bury born Scott Quigg 26 will be defending his World Boxing Association World Super Bantamweight Championship title against tough contender Kiko Martinez in his first match since undergoing hand surgery last year. Scott Quigg has held his title since 22 October 2011 and to date is undefeated with 30 wins, no losses and 2 draws. Will Scott maintain his superb record in this fight against Kiko Martinez?

Boxing Night Agenda Manchester 18th July 2015

Scott Quigg vs Kiko Martinez
WBA World Super Bantamweight Championship

Anthony Crolla vs Darleys Perez
WBA World Lightweight Championship

Chris Jenkins vs Tyrone Nurse
British Light Welterweight Championship

Sam Egginton vs Glenn Foot
Vacant British Welterweight Championship

Anthony Joshua vs TBA

Anthony Crolla was in the press earlier in the year following serious injuries sustained following the valiant interception of some home invaders who were attempting to burgle one of his neighbours before Christmas last year, injuries including a fractured skull and a badly broken ankle, which cast doubts over whether his career would be brought to a premature end. However, he has been given a clean bill of health and will be facing the current champion Darley Perez who will be joining us all the way from Colombia.

Also set to grace the agenda are title clashes that will decide who will carry away the championship belt for the British Light Welterweight Championship and the currently vacant title the British Welterweight Championship.

The fights will take place in Manchester’s premier venue for major sporting events and music concerts; The Manchester Arena, Victoria Station, Hunts Bank, Manchester, M3 1AR and it is certain to be one of the most hotly anticipated and exciting sporting events set to take place in the City of Manchester in 2015.

Tickets have already gone on sale and will be certain to sell out quickly, with ticket prices ranging from just forty pounds all the way up to three hundred pounds for the much coveted VIP passes.

This exciting event in Manchester is anticipated to be hugely popular with the residents of the city with a local defender and a local challenger both high on the bill. The star studded evening will fill Manchester to the brim and boxing fans will be biting at the bit to get the best seats to view their favourite boxing legends in the ring on Saturday July 18th 2015.