On Saturday April 13th the league returns to the Effingham Park Hotel for the biggest night of Challenger Boxing in the league's history, when we unleash the fourth installment of the all action boxing series. The league's bumper 2013 season has already produced two electric nights of action so far with Challenger 3 and Nowhere To Hide producing some stand out performances from both the league's top operators, and the new breed of rising contenders, but April 13th line up promises to deliver more adrenaline fuelled entertainment than ever before as the next generation of champions make their long awaited debuts in the competition.
WELTERWEIGHT: Graham Vs Harrison
Get ready for one of the most explosive debut showdowns in the competitions history when Welterweight prospects Shane Graham and Louis Harrison collide in a mouth watering clash in the league's 10st 7lbs division. Harrison, son of retired Queensbury British Light Welterweight champion Jimmy Harrison looks an exciting prospect with his relentless all action style of fighting, and after racking up an 8-2-0 record outside of the league's ranks will be looking to climb the ladder and establish himself as a major force in the division. But young Harrision will have his hands full on the night when he faces Northampton's undefeated Graham, who himself boasts a perfect eight fight record outside of the league, and will be looking to stamp his mark in one of the shows most talent rich divisions and walk away still undefeated after the clash. With both looking to make a statement, and both men bringing an exciting style to the ring, this is one contest that will no doubt be a real crowd pleaser.
MIDDLEWEIGHT: Daniels Vs Lienster
If you could write the perfect recipe for an exciting fight, then Mussy Daniels and Kieran Lienster would both definitely feature in the ingredients. Since joining the league's ranks back in 2012, Daniels hasn’t put a foot wrong winning three on the spin as the elusive stylist has worked his way up the Middleweight rankings. As for Lienster, the Teddington based banger who goes by the moniker of "Lightsout", has established himself as a formidable force at Light Middleweight after compiling a perfect 5-0-0 record competing outside of the league, and steps up a division to face Daniels in a battle of the unbeatens in a clash that will surely produce fireworks. With both undefeated records and title aspirations firmly on the line, will it be Lights Out for Daniels, or the first defeat on young Lienster's boxing CV? Someone’s 0 will go on the night but who's?
CRUISERWEIGHT: Green Vs Eckworth
In a battle of the big men, Cruiserweights Peter Green and Adie Eckworth look set to provide the league's fans with some spice when they meet in the shows stacked 14st 4lbs division. Eckworth returns to action after disposing of Daniel Soares in his last outing in the league, and with only one defeat on his six fight record which came at hands of current league novice Heavyweight champion Leroy Manhertz, Eckworth will be looking to make a statement when he faces league debutant Green in a potential barn burner. Green himself looks a formidable proposition after amassing a perfect 5-0-0 record boxing outside of the league, and after seeing stable mate Gizz Warambwa narrowly miss out on claiming the English Welterweight title, Green will be buzzing for his own league success on the night. But with Eckworth possessing a sizeable height and reach advantage, will Green be able to get inside those long arms and work up close on the bigger man, or will Eckworth be able to keep it long and make it two wins on the spin and look ahead to title opportunities?
CRUISERWEIGHT: Renshaw Vs Jackson Brown
In another mouth watering Cruiserweight clash on the Challenger 4 line up, Banbury's undefeated Joe Jackson Brown looks to continue his impressive league run when he takes on Queensbury debutant Lee Renshaw in a must watch clash. Jackson Brown has looked impressive since joining the league's ranks after recording back to back wins including his impressive points victory over Ben Middleton last time out, but Renshaw will be his toughest test so far when the pair meet on the shows undercard. Although making his league debut on the 13th, Renshaw has only lost once in four previous outings competing outside of the league, and looked impressive during his trials to join the league back in March. With the league's novice 14st 4lbs title still laying vacant, and several other potential suitors to the crown competing on the show, the winner of the fight could see themselves challenging for the title sometime soon.
With tickets selling fast to the league's bumper 16 fight night of action, make sure you don't miss out on another unmissable night. Tickets are priced at £35 for the standard seats and £45 for the VIP Ringside seating.