Championship Boxing - Tickets

Championship Boxing - Tickets

Butler begins comeback for second world title shot on 20 June at Liverpool Olympia

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Former IBF World Bantamweight Champion Paul Butler begins his comeback on Saturday 20th June at the Liverpool Olympia with a second world title still firmly in his sights.

Butler headlines the show with Chorley hot-shot Jack Catterall defending his WBO Intercontinental Light-Welterweight title in the chief-support, plus top talents Tom Stalker, Steven Lewis, Joe Costello and more on the undercard, live and exclusive on BoxNation.

The Ellesmere Port star is raring to return to action after suffering his first career loss to big-hitting Zolani Tete in March. Butler attempted to become the first British boxer in over 100 years to win a second world title at a lighter weight when he challenged for Tete’s IBF World Super-Flyweight crown, but was stopped in the eighth by the big-hitting South African.

Despite the hard loss, Butler has regrouped with trainer Anthony Farnell and is ready to make a second assault at a world super-flyweight title and become a double world champion.

Red-hot talent Catterall makes the first defence of his WBO Intercontinental Light-Welterweight title that he won against Cesar David Inalef in March with a seventh round stoppage. The unbeaten ace already holds the WBO European crown and a win will see the 21-year-old move inside the top ten WBO rankings.

Top Merseyside talent on the show includes: lightweight Tom Stalker as he continues on his road towards a British title, plus big-hitting undefeated light-welterweight prospect Steven Lewis and flyweight ace Andrew Cain. An action packed undercard also features Manchester super-featherweight Adrian Gonzalez, Birmingham lightweight prospect Joe Costello, Manchester light-middleweight McCauley McGowan.
    Championship Boxing
      3.3 stars, from 3 Fan reports
  • London - The Copper Box Arena


    Boxing at the Copper Box April 2014 from Linda, 16/04/14
    1) Tickets arrived v.quickly 2) No one at Eventim could tell me what time it started or the time it was scheduled to finish! 3) The map on the website for directions was unreadable and therefore useless. Try not just dumping soen a pdf in fuuture - do some checks! overall score 3/5
  • London - Copper Box


    Rock the Box 2 - Chisora from Christina, 03/12/13
    I never thought I would be a fan of live boxing, until I went to Rock the Box 2. An amazing night had by all - really atmospheric and entertaining!
  • London - Copperbox Olympic Park


    Campionship Boxing from Ron, 24/09/13
    On arriving and trying to fine the correct entrance for my seat, I had to ask 3 people before I was told I should be downstairs. Then going through security I was frisked and as I had a bottle of water in my pocket, it was snatched out of my pocket and just tossed into a bin, and said no water. Without asking if I needed it, or if I wanted any before I entered the stadium. No respect was shown to me by this man at all. I then had to ask at least another 6 people for direction to my seat before someone did manage to find it. The staff had no idea of the layout of the arena. Also the seat were very uncomfortable to sit in for about 6 hrs if you stayed for all fights. The boxing was very good and I enjoyed it very much.

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