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Tank is ready to take charge
12:12pm Thursday 12th September 2013 in Football
DUDLEY super-middleweight Ryan Aston returns to the ring on Friday night when he features on ‘It’s-A-Bout-Boxing’s show taking place at the Institute in Digbeth.
Fresh from his British Masters success, the Tank will be taking on Czech light-heavyweight Josef Obeslo.
Tickets for the event start from £25 and can be obtained by calling the box office on 0845 467 3930 or 07888 870 650.
Meanwhile, former Midlands Area welterwight champion Steven Pearce attempts to get his career back on track this Saturday when he takes on Birmingham-based Andrew Patterson at Merry Hill’s Copthorne Hotel.
It will be Pearce’s first appearance since losing the strap to Stourbridge rival Sam Eggington back in April.
Pearce has taken the chance to recharge his batteries following three tough title fights earlier in the year, which the welterweight believes took its toll.
He said: “You can train and spar as much as you like, but I live to fight in front of a big crowd.”
Also on the bill at Merry Hill is Gornal’s unbeaten Kyle Spencer who takes on super middleweight Jay Morris over four rounds.
Another unbeaten prospect Lance Brooks is set to feature alongside Tipton featherweight Lee Glover who takes on experience Nuneaton scrapper Kristian Laight.
Tickets for the event can be obtained by contacting 07794 386227.
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