Entryways will open at 5pm at the SSE Hydro in Glasgow on March third with boxing beginning at 5.30pm.Cyclone Promotions are charmed to report that energizing contender Josh Taylor (11-0-0) will confront Mexico’s previous two-weight best on the planet Humberto Soto (66-9-2) at the SSE Hydro in Glasgow on March third.3 Mar / 18 17.00: Doors / 17.20: Ian Trotte vs Marc Kerr / 18.20: Malik Zinad vs Jevgenijs Andrejevs / 18.50: Chantelle Cameron vs Myriam Dellal / 19.20 Lee McGregor vs Pablo Narvaez / 20.00: Jason Easton vs Glenn Foot / 21.00: Charlie Flynn vs Ryan Collins / 22.00: Josh Taylor vs Winston Campos
Josh Taylor vs Humberto Soto
When: Saturday at 05:30 p.m.
Date: March 3,2018
The energizing Super Lightweight confrontation will be screened live and solely on Channel 5 and is gladly supported by Maxi-Nutrition, Ladbrokes and Voltarol.
Josh Taylor has set up himself as extraordinary compared to other Super Lightweights in world boxing, having turned into the main man to stop previous long-ruling IBF best on the planet Miguel Vazquez last time out in Edinbugh. The 27-year-old is positioned profoundly by the WBC, IBF and WBO and is quick surrounding a World Title shot. In the first place, however, Taylor must beat his hardest test to date against Soto on Saturday March third at the wonderful setting of the SSE Hydro in Glasgow.
This immense night of title boxing on March third is entitled ‘Scotland’s Finest’ and will without a doubt highlight the brightest lights in Scottish expert boxing on a stacked undercard.
Josh Taylor vs Humberto Soto
Tornado’s undefeated Jason Easton (11-0-0) will include as boss help on the bill on March third. The IBO Inter-Continental super-lightweight champion will box Sunderland’s Glenn Foot (21-3-0) for the empty Commonwealth Super Lightweight title, and this fascinating session has ‘Battle of the Night’ composed on top of it. The all-activity Easton has his hands full against previous Prizefighter champion Foot, who likewise as of late held the English title.
“This is my hardest battle to date, and I know Glenn will make it hard for me,” said Easton.
“I’ll demonstrate that I have a place at this level, and I’ll ensure the Commonwealth title remains in Edinburgh. This battle has war composed on top of it, and ideally we put on an extraordinary piece for the fans in transit to a triumph for myself. What’s more, the new!”
Glasgow’s 2014 Commonwealth Games gold medallist Charlie Flynn (10-0-1) will show up as an expert on the huge SSE Hydro charge on March third. The undefeated Lightweight will enclose a six-round challenge against an adversary to be named in no time.
Scotland’s previous novice star Lee McGregor (2-0-0) makes his third begin as an expert on March third when he includes in an eight-round challenge on the undercard.
Undefeated IBO World Lightweight champion Chantelle Cameron (5-0-0) will make her first protection of her belt against a rival to be named instantly. The gifted Northampton star will hope to expand on her title-winning execution in December when she ceased Brazil’s Viviane Obenauf.
Airdrie based Congolese Heavyweight sensation Martin Bakole (10-0-0) will confine for the 6th time the UK as an expert. The IBO Continental champion will hope to expand on his great first-round stoppage of Belgium’s Ali Baghouz last time out in Edinburgh with another strong win on March third.
Somewhere else on the card, Glasgow’s undefeated Scottish Super Bantamweight champion Joe Ham will include in a six-round challenge and Edinburgh’s undefeated prospect Iain Trotter makes his 6th begin as an expert on the enormous bill.