Richard Schaefer‘s Probellum have announced their second Liverpool show of 2022 set to take place at Liverpool’s Eventim Olympia on October 15th. The event, which will feature star names in Peter McGrail, Steven Cairns and Jazza Dickens, will be streamed live on Probellum’s website with coverage set to begin from 4pm respectively.
The aforementioned McGrail, who enjoyed a glittering amateur career which culminated in an appearance at the Olympic Games in Tokyo last year, has four victories in as many professional outings so far, including three wins inside the distance. The twenty-six-year-old impressed in April with a fourth-round stoppage of Uriel Juarez and will look to dispose of Alexander Espinoza in similar fashion next month in his first scheduled ten-round bout.
Liverpool featherweight Dickens is also set to feature on the card in a ten-round contest versus Lerato Dlamini of South Africa as the thirty-one-year-old wounds up for a second shot at world honours in the near future. Dickens was bested by Kid Galahad in 2021 in a battle for the vacant IBF title in an eleventh-round stoppage defeat but has since returned to winning ways with a knockout over Andoni Gago inside five rounds in his home city earlier this year.
Further down the card, former European super-featherweight title challenger Alex Dilmaghani returns to the ring for the first time in five months following a comfortable eight-round victory in Denmark this April, with an opponent yet to be confirmed at the time of writing. Dave Coldwell‘s Steven Cairns, who operates at 130lbs, will make his fourth professional appearance on the 15th, while the younger brother of Peter is also set to appear in his home city as Joe McGrail looks to extend his professional record to six wins in as many fights. Liam Smith protege Frankie Stringer will hope to build on the momentum he has built up in his first two fights in five months with a third victory in Liverpool, while super-flyweight Blane Hyland is also set to run out. Bantamweight prospect William Cawley is also slated for the card.