WBO European Super-Middleweight Champion Jamie Cox and India’s middleweight boxing sensation Vijender Singh have been switched from the Harrow Leisure Centre on Friday 30th October to the National Stadium in Dublin on Saturday 7th November.
Their opponents will remain the same with Cox making the first defence of his title against Hungarian Ferenc Albert and Singh, the 2008 Olympic Bronze medallist, follows up his explosive pro debut earlier this month with his second professional fight against Dean Gillen.
In Dublin, Cox and Singh will feature on a quality packed show headlined, promoted in association with MGM Promotions, by Irish hero Jamie Conlan who defends his WBO Intercontinental Super-Flyweight title, with a host of popular Irish fighters including Jamie Kavanagh, Peter McDonagh v Dean Byrne for the Irish Welterweight title, Ian Tims v Michael Sweeney for the Celtic Warrior Cruiserweight title, Declan Geraghty for the Celtic Warrior Super-Featherweight title, plus talents David McGuire, Ciaran Mullen, Sean Turner, Ciaran McVarnock and Issac Macleod all in action.
The Harrow show will go ahead as a non televised event headlined by undefeated Bushey ace Miles Shinkwin in a ten-round International contest against Daniel Bilisanszki, following the withdrawal of Tom Baker due to a viral infection from his challenge for the Vacant Southern Area Light-Heavyweight contest against Jack Morris in the chief supporting bout. The rest of the card will remain the same with prospects: Georgie Kean, Sam McNess, Anthony Yarde, Jez Smith, Prince Patel, Archie Sharpe and the pro-debuts of Ben Smith and D.P Carr.
The Channel Of Champions, BoxNation, will televise the Dublin show live and exclusive on Sky 437/HD 490, Virgin 546 and Talk Talk 415. Subscribe at www.boxnation.com Or watch online at Livesport.tv and via iPhone, iPad or Android.