A win in June could take the Londoner to his 9th professional victory closing in on double figures and is looking to challenge for titles by the end of the year. Morgan turned pro in 2010 and will be approaching a full 3 years in the pro ranks by October this year.
“It’s now coming to a time in my career where I will be stepping up the level of opponents and hopefully challenging for titles in the near future. I’m relishing the opportunity and that extra excitement has given me a new lease of life for the sport and I am now even more hungry for success than I have ever been.”
Top of the bill sees an explosive Trans-Atlantic heavyweight showdown between Britain’s bad boy Dereck Chisora and unbeaten American star Deontay Wilder in a ten-round international contest. Wilder, dubbed the Bronze Bomber for his knockout style has blasted 26 out of 28 opponents away within the first 3 rounds with the last casualty being Audley Harrison.
The chief support fight on the night will be the highly anticipated clash at welterweight between Commonwealth champion Denton Vassell and British champion Frankie Gavin.