With just over 24 hours to go the final preparations for tomorrows Collision Course promotion are nearly finished and all thats left is to get ready for another electric evening of Queensbury Boxing at the Effingham Park Hotel in Copthorne, West Sussex. The fight card running order has now been confirmed and the 14 bout card topped by Lewis Pinto's first defence of his Queensbury British Light Middleweight title looks set to deliver another memorable evening of boxing entertainment.
Getting proceedings started on the show, the first bout of the evening will feature Queensbury debutants Joey Pirotta vs Kris Bains at Super Middleweight. Pirotta fighting out of the Bow Boxing Gym in London has yet to taste defeat in is short career and faces a tough proposition when he fights the taller Bain who will be representing Urban Boxing Gym in London. There are also some potential barnstormers right the way through the card and also in Super Middleweight action Fletcher vs Huzaifah and Fiech vs Johnson also have the potential to grab the fight of the night accolades as both pairs battle it out in exciting Queensbury title eliminators.
The show also features a new crop of boxers all making their first competitive outings on the UK'S premier boxing league. Punch Outs Jim Mannering, Juggernauts Charlie Hill, Raw Physique's James Garton, Box London's Dan Chasle and Littlehampton's Craig Smith all enter the ring for the very first time on Saturday night, and each of them will be looking to open their Queensbury accounts with a win in front of a bumper crowd of fans.
Collision Course will once again deliver the unique style of boxing entertainment the league has become synonymous with, and with the next event Sudden Impact scheduled for June 18th back at the Effingham Park Hotel, 2011 has some top nights of boxing ahead.
Unreserved tickets are still available for Saturday's show and will be available to purchase to the door, so if you have not got your ticket for the event don't panic there is still time.