Bradley Townsend is looking forward to returning to the venue where he made his debut and is hoping to put on a show for his loyal supporters.
The 23-year-old made his debut back in September 2017 at Swindon MECA and he returns to the same venue in December on the Kings of the Ring card.
Welterweight Townsend has since claimed three victories since turning professional and is confident of making it four on December 8th.
And although the Witney boxer has his eyes set on winning titles in the future, he is no immediate rush and is happy to concentrate on honing his skills.
“It is one fight at a time,” said the Paddy Fitzpatrick trained boxer. “This time next year maybe we will look at titles and progress from there.
“It (MECA) is local for me and a lot easier. I have around 60 people coming from Witney, so hopefully a big a crowd coming.”
Townsend fights on the undercard to Swindon boxer and stablemate Ryan Martin, who tops the bill at MECA.
Swindon’s Bec Connolly, Said Eltuyev and Phil Williams are all in action too along with Harry Webb, who hails from Exeter but trains in Swindon at Fitzpatrick’s Boxing Gym.
Completing the card promoted by Neilson Boxing in association with Paddy Fitzpatrick and Trifecta is Gloucester boxers Max Mudway and David Bailey, Weston Super Mare’s Shaun Lambert and Bicester’s Scott James.
Tickets are now on sale and can be obtained from any of the boxers or via the Neilson Boxing website www.neilsonboxing.co.uk
Watch our interview with Bradley Townsend by clicking on the video below.