With the Queensbury season finale just a couple of day's away, it's safe to say that the league has definitely saved the best to last this year with another incredible line up of boxing set to take place on Saturday night at the Effingham Park Hotel. The shows popularity has continued to grow across the UK and beyond with the exciting coverage on Eurosport and ASN in Asia, and this weekends Edge Of Greatness promotion has all the ingredients to bring the 2012 season to a close in real style. We've picked just a few of the fantastic undercard fights to look out for below, but with all fourteen bouts set to deliver fireworks, the stage is set for another spectacular evening of entertainment.
Ones To Watch
Duller vs Bourne
In Heavyweight action, Mike Bourne puts his impressive 18-0-1 undefeated record on the line when he makes his league debut against former foe Grant Duller. The pair have already shared a ring outside of the league back in 2011 when Bourne handed Duller one of only two defeats on a fourteen fight record, but Duller was only a novice at the time and is hungry to set the record straight after amassing a 12-2-0 record. With Bourne now ready to step up and make his mark in the UK's premier boxing league, will it be repeat for Bourne or revenge for Duller with the big guns collide.
Spencer vs Mizon
Returning to action after making an impressive debut back in October on the league's second Challenger Boxing Series show, Daniel Spencer will look to continue his winning run against the undefeated Jimmy Mizon in an exciting Middleweight clash. Spencer has racked up four wins competing outside of the league's ranks, and looked impressive when defeating Poland’s Artur Gorka last time out, but Mizon should prove to be Spencers toughest test after stringing together a seven fight winning streak since joining the competition back in 2011. With Mizon now hungry to make his way back up the league's Middleweight ladder after inactivity, and Spencer keen to stake his claim as a serious Middleweight contender, this could be one of the highlight fights on the evenings card.
Jackson Brown vs Middleton
Novice Light Heavyweight champion Ben Middleton will look to put the disappointment of the cancelation of his first title defence behind him on Saturday night when he takes on Oxfords Joe Jackson Brown in a non title catch weight bout. Middleton was originally scheduled to make the first defence of his novice Light Heavyweight title against James Windsor on the show, but with Windsor forced to withdraw due to a stress fracture sustained in the build up to the fight, Middleton will now face the ambitious Jackson Brown who feels confident he can upset the odds and diffuse the threat of the powerful champion. Brown's last league assignment back in October showcased the youngster’s obvious talent, but none of Middleton's previous three opponents have made it out of the first round so it will be a tough nights work for the newcomer.
Shove vs Hill
The old saying styles make fights could not more true when it comes to the Welterweight showdown between Gareth Shove and Anthony Hill on the Edge Of Greatness promotion. Shove was last in action back in September when he lost out to Bradley Halford in an incredible tussle which featured on the league's Quest For Glory show on Eurosport, whilst Hill is also looking to put his league career firmly back on track after narrowly missing out on claiming the league's coveted British Welterweight title against champion Patrick Fielder in April. Both are aggressive come forward style fighters who rarely take a backward step inside the ring, so league fans can look forward to an all action affair in this thrilling undercard tussle.
Lineham vs Thompson
Making his debut in the league this Saturday night, Danny 'Dynamite' Lineham has promised opponent Andy Thompson a war when the pair meet in an eliminator for the Queensbury middleweight title. Thompson was last in action back in June when he ruthlessly despatched Adam Somers inside a round on the undercard of the Worlds Collide bill, whilst Lineham has yet to taste defeat in his five fight career outside of the league. With both men desperate to earn their shot at the title, you can guarantee this will be a contender for fight of the night from the moment the first bell sounds.