Manchester’s Prince Arron gets an unexpected European middleweight title shot against Ukraine’s Max Bursak at the Salle des etoiles in Monte Carlo tomorrow night. He was was originally in training to face Nick Blackwell, but says he is ready to take the opportunity given to him and cause an upset away from home. Former British light-middleweight boss Prince Arron gets an unexpected opportunity to shoot his way into the world rankings after rebuilding his career since losing his Lonsdale belt against Brian Rose in December 2011. He has since had two comeback fights since moving up in weight. After the loss to Rose, Arron left coach Bob Shannon and for a short while was working with former boxer turned coach Stevey Bell, but has now re-joined old amateur trainer Joe Pennington, a local, quality old school coach, and is said to be looking the part in the gym and very powerful up at middleweight.. Champion Bursak is making the first defence of the crown he acquired by stopping France’s 34-2 Julien Marie Sainte in three earlier this year. The 29 year old champion Bursak, known as ‘The Tiger’, is rated in the top half of all the major sanction boxing organisations and has lost just once in a 28 fight professional fights dating back to June 2004.