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Bradley Saunders and Anthony Joshua will headline a huge show at the Metro Radio Arena as Matchroom brings boxing to Newcastle on April 11.
Saunders will take on Dave Ryan for the Commonwealth Light Welterweight title, while Joshua will be fighting in his 12th pro fight after facing former World title challenger Kevin Johnson for the WBC International Heavyweight title in London next month.
Ryan upset the odds when he won the Commonwealth belt against Tyrone Nurse in October, taking a majority decision in Leeds, while Saunders has become one of the hottest prospects in British boxing as he has stormed his way to 11-0 with eight knockouts, and has his sights set on continuing his rapid rise onto the World stage in 2015.
Olympic gold medallist Joshua is also anticipating a huge year, and successful outings in London and Newcastle should lead him towards a huge domestic clash.
A stacked undercard features a host of local stars. Birtley’s Dickinson brothers are both in action, with former British Cruiserweight title holder Jon-Lewis up against Scotland’s WBC International champion Stephen Simmons and younger brother Travis defending his English Light Heavyweight title.
South Shields’ Anthony Nelson rematches Terry Broadbent having won the vacant English Super Flyweight title against the Yorkshireman in October with 2010 Commonwealth Games Heavyweight gold medallist Simon Vallily and Scottish Commonwealth gold-winning Lightweight Charlie Flynn also in action.
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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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