Reigning undisputed pound for pound king Gareth Gardner will put his British Middleweight title and the league's longest running undefeated record on the line later this month, when he headlines the shows spectacular 2014 season finale on November 22nd at the Millennium Copthorne Effingham Park Hotel.
The 30-year-old champion from New Addington in Surrey will face fellow undefeated Middleweight champion Kieran "Lights Out" Leinster in a winner takes all clash for Gardner's coveted British strap in the main event of the Night Of Destiny promotion, and with both champion and challenger coming into the showdown off the back of career best performances last time out, the collision looks set to be one of the biggest title events the UK's premier boxing league has ever witnessed with the duo bringing a combined undefeated record of 16 fights between them on the show.
Gardner first made his mark in the league in November 2012 claiming the British Super Middleweight title against co challenger Luke Dawson after calling time on a successful career in the amateur ranks that saw him compete in over 40 contests including representing England on the international stage.
The Croydon crowd pleaser then added the vacant British Middleweight title to his collection with a dominant win over Michael McPherson and then the National Light Middleweight title beating undefeated challenger Danny Shannon. It was in March 2013 that Gardner then created history in the show when he stepped up to meet British Champion Aaron Lowery to claim the British Light Middleweight title and become the only man to win British titles in three different division.
For 21-year-old challenger Leinster, his rise up the Middleweight rankings has also been impressive since edging out Seany Allen on his debut in April 2013. The man dubbed "Lights Out" due his ability to put his opponents to sleep has amassed a perfect 7-0-0 record beating every man that has been placed in front of him including the previously undefeated contenders Fonz Alexander and John Hefford to claim both the Regional and National Middleweight titles. But his showdown with champion Gardner represents his most significant step up in class since moving up the Middleweight ladder over the past 18 months as he bids to dethrone one of the icons on the televised series.
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