Promoter Mick Hennessy will be showcasing his stable live and free in the UK and Ireland on Channel 5 on Boxing Night at the Coventry Skydome Arena on Friday 10th September.
Hennessy’s greatest stars, champions, and prospects will demonstrate their skills in front of a live audience and a television audience.
Presented by Hennessy Sports in association with William Hill, Infinitum, Numan and Everlast, tickets start at £ 40 and will go on general sale shortly.
Among the fighters lined up for the map:
Sam Eggington: All-Action Eggington won the WBC silver middleweight title in a tense fight with Carlos Molina in May and took a world rankings as he got closer to a world title.
Isaac Chamberlain: The Brixton cracker returns to the ring with tension after a career-enhancing shoulder surgery that will make him better than ever and is now ready to rock and get back to his big best.
Stevie McKenna: The Irish Dynamo grabbed TNT in their fists when all eight of eight of their opponents were knocked out within five rounds. The County Monaghan welterweight terror headed for a showdown with English rival Conor Benn next year as it continues to leave a trail of destruction.
Shakan Pitters: The charismatic giant from Birmingham signaled his explosive return to the ring with a knockout of Jermaine Springer earlier this year and now wants to regain his title as British light heavyweight champion.
River Wilson Bent: The fast-rising Coventry middleweight hotshot was hailed as the new Ricky Hatton with his thrilling knockout style and lifted the roof of the Planet Ice Arena with his KO from George Farrell last time.
Kaisee Benjamin: Enthusiastic about his final fight when he defeated rival Martin Harkin with a scorching body shot in the sixth round and Harkin failed to come out the next round. The super-qualified Benjamin is emerging as a serious welterweight threat.
Idris Virgo: The Love Island star proves to be the real deal on his way to his first title shot. With a physique hewn out of the rock, the lightning-fast and cheeky super middleweight ace from Birmingham has underpinned everything so far.
Brett McGinty: The sensational Ricky Hatton was a super welterweight coach and former great amateur Donegal who is unbeaten in two bouts and shows signs that as he grows he is becoming a force to be reckoned with.
Tommy Welch: The Brighton heavyweight star and former amateur sensation brings hell every time he fights, and he doesn’t hang around if all three of his fights are knocked out within two rounds.
Michael Hennessy Jr .: The stylish Sevenoaks Super-Welterweight, a former top amateur with a lot of experience, looks better and better every time with some eye-catching combinations of head and body than looks that make his mark in the professional game.