VIDEO: LIVE FROM MANCHESTER – BLACK FLASH PROMOTIONS ON BBTV
BBTV www.britishboxers.co.uk presents LIVE Professional Boxing Action from the Middleton Arena in Manchester on Friday February 24th.
Black Flash Promotions host a terrific night of matchups featuring some of the brightest unbeaten rising stars in British boxing, including Zelfa Barrett, Lyndon Arthur, Mark Heffron and Jack Flatley.
The show is hosted by the British Boxers Team of Aky Karim and John Evans and we have interviews and opinion with experts and boxers pre and post fights. Our ringside commentary team of Barkery Jammeh and Jamie Albrecht will be joined by coach Bobby Rimmer and Jack Catterall to give us a run down on all the fights as they happen.
Catch the action here on BBTV from around 8pm. Hope you can join us.
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MARK HEFFRON, ZELFA BARRETT, LYNDON ARTHUR AND JACK FLATLEY FEATURE ON SAME BILL FEB 24
There is a big, small hall show coming your way this month in Manchester when Black Flash promotions present what is expected to be a cracking bill of unbeaten prospects, featuring some of the Northwest’s rising stars and possible future champions of the sport.
UK Top 10 rated Super middleweight Mark ‘Dynamite Kid’ Heffron (13-0, 11KOs) will look to get 2017 off to a bang with another win as he seeks a shot at a domestic title this year.
Heffron is one of the biggest punching fighters on the circuit and is hot on the heals of the top men in his division. “I am ready to take on the best, I want to be involved in big fights now—this has to be my year and it starts on Feb 24.” said Heffron.
“I believe I will be a world champion, but I would love to fight for the English, British and European titles and win them. To do that I will have to face the best and I cannot wait to test myself, I feel I’m ready now to get in the mix and smash it.”
Highly rated Super featherweight Zelfa ‘Brown Flash’ Barrett (14-0, 8KOs) continues his busy career with another outing at the Arena where he made his pro debut in October 2014 and calls home. Barrett has blazed through his first two years as a pro and sees this year as the one he steps up in class, he says by the end of the year he will be ready to face anyone and fight for titles. READ THE REST HERE