Undisputed Queensbury Middleweight star Gareth Gardner will return to the ring on Saturday May 9th at the famous Epsom Downs Racecourse in Surrey, when he defends his British title in the main event of the league's third promotion of the 2015 season.
The 30 year-old multi weight champion will meet newly crowned National Super Middleweight king Lloyd Miller who drops down a division to face Gardner after dethroning former champion Terry Russell at the Alexandra Palace earlier this month.
Gardner's last outing in the league came at the spectacular 2014 season finale when the champion produced another dominant display over challenger Kieran Leinster to retain his mantle as the competitions pound for pound ruler, and the contest will headline another packed evening of championship boxing in Surrey.
Also in title action on the night, rising regional Middleweight champion Ben Davies will face arguably his sternest test since returning to the competition when he meets former two time national challenger Rossco Parker in the third defence of his belt.
Davies will enter the contest off the back of a five fight winning streak that has seen him emerge as a genuine top flight contender in the league's most competitive division, but Parker has set his sights on bringing to an end the champions reign and has warned Davies it will be all business come fight night.
In novice title action, champions Ashley Dansie, Andre Grant and Luke Pearson will all make the first defences of their titles on the undercard of the Unfinished Business promotion.
Welterweight Dansie will defend his belt for the first time after edging out long term rival and former champion Anthony Ayinde after a thrilling encounter at the opening show of the season, whilst Andre Grant will meet mandatory challenger Thomas King after the Londoner secured his shot with a hard fought victory over Ryan Williams.
And rounding up the title feast Super Featherweight champion Luke Pearson will look to replicate his most impressive win in the league when the young champion faces Reading's Daniel Neville. Pearson claimed the belt with a punch perfect performance back in November to beat Neville in a highly entertaining clash at the season finale, but the challenger believes there is definitely unfinished business between the pair after being withdrawn by his corner at the end of the third round due to a nasty laceration and is determined to set the record straight on May 9th.
Tickets for the big night of boxing are priced at £35, £60 and £75 and for more information on the event call the box office on 0203 751 8599