Derbyshire’s cruiserweight domestic contender Jack Massey (19-1-0) will fight for the first time in 2022 this Saturday on a Dennis Hobson promoted show at the Bolton Whites Hotel in Bolton. The card is available to watch live on boxing streaming service Fight Zone in the UK, with coverage set to begin at 17:00 UK time.
Massey is scheduled for ten rounds against Vaclav Pejsar (19-12-0) of the Czech Republic as he continues to re-enter contention for domestic titles again, his only professional defeat to date a unanimous points loss to Richard Riakporhe for the British title back in 2019. Massey has been out three times since then, earning two stoppages in the process, and will be hoping for similar success this coming weekend.
Also on the card, light-heavyweight prospect Dan Catlin (8-1-0) returns versus Borislav Ivanov (10-2-0) over eight rounds as he continues his professional assent at 175lbs, while super-featherweight Zak Miller (8-0-0) faces Engel Gomez (8-8-1) over eight rounds as his development continues in the pro ranks. Sticking with the 130lb division, Michael Gomez Jr (16-1-0) is set to fight again, facing off against Ezequiel Gregores (3-10-0) of Argentina in an eight-round contest. Reece MacMillan (14-1-0) is slated to face Mark Butler (2-1-0) over six rounds, and another light-heavyweight prospect in Callum Simpson (7-0-0) comes head-to-head with Michal Loniewski (3-2-0) in another six-round contest.
Further down the card in Bolton, super-middleweight Reece Farnhill (4-0-0) faces Daniel Bazo (3-23-3) in a six-round contest in his fifth professional outing, while 175lber Wycombe King (3-0-0) returns in his fourth contest against Luke Blackledge (26-12-2) in a four-round bout. Cruiserweight Billy Deniz (4-0-0) is set to go four rounds with Daniel Borisov (7-31-2), while middleweight Ryszard Lewicki (1-0-0) appears for the second time as a professional versus Teodor Nikolov (5-44-4) over four rounds. Harrison Hobson (1-0-0) makes his second pro ring walk at super-welterweight against Vasif Mamedov (2-15-2) respectively, and Kheron Gilpin (1-0-0) takes on Pavol Garaj (7-29-3) over four rounds at 175lbs.