Boxxer holds its latest event on Saturday - Breakthrough - with several bright British stars handed the opportunity to display their skills.
A new generation of British boxing stars will step into the ring at the Coventry Skydome Arena with plenty of Midlands talent also on show.
Adam Azim, trained by Shane McGuigan, is already attracting lots of hype and he'll get another chance to make a statement, while Tokyo 2020 Olympic bronze medallist Karriss Artingstall makes her professional debut.
Birmingham's Sam Eggington is likely to draw the majority of the crowd as he takes on Przemyslaw Zysk for the IBO super-welterweight belt.
What: Boxxer Breakthrough
Where: Coventry Skydome Arena
When: 17:30, Saturday 25th June 2022
How to watch: Sky Sports YouTube and Facebook Channels / Sky Sports Main Event
Odds: Sam Eggington 1/3, Przemyslaw Zysk 9/4, draw 14/1
The card is scheduled to take place on Saturday, 25th June, 2022.
The undercard gets underway at 17:30 with the main card set to begin at 19:00 and run through to 23:00. Ring walks for the main event, featuring Eggington and Zysk, should be around 22:00.
Saturday's Boxxer Breakthrough card takes place at Coventry's Skydome Arena.
Yes. Coverage of Boxxer Breakthrough begins at 17:30 on Sky Sports YouTube and Facebook channels. Sky Sports Main Event (Sky Channel 401) will carry the action once the main card gets underway at 19:00.
Yes. The vacant IBO World super-welterweight title is on the line. Eggington and Zysk will fight over 12 three-minute rounds at 154lbs for the belt last held by Erislandy Lara.
Eggington turned professional in 2012 and he won his first three fights via decision, beating Leon Findlay, Charlie Thompson and Andrew Hardy.
His first taste of defeat came in 2013 at the hands of Dale Evans but he responded well to win six in a row.
The Birmingham-born fighter won the WBC International Silver welterweight title in his 16th fight, and he added the vacant Commonwealth welterweight belt to his collection in his next bout.
The Savage earned a notable win over Paulie Malignaggi in 2017, retaining his WBC International welterweight title in the process, and has also overcome former world champion Carlos Molina.
He heads to the ring on Saturday on a three-fight win streak and with an overall record of 31-7, including 18 victories via knockout.
Zysk made his professional debut in 2016 and faced three unbeaten prospects in his first four fights, winning each of those.
He is the number one ranked super-welterweight in his homeland of Poland and is 37th in the IBO world rankings.
The 30-year-old, who spars with world title contender Maciej Sulecki, is trained by Lukasz Malinowski and boasts a very impressive 18-0 record with six victories by knockout.
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