James Farrell vs. Damian Chambers Live Stream, Date, Time, Venue, Fight Card
Jay Farrell will battle for a title in the primary quarter of this current year.
The cruiserweight has had two successes since enduring his lady rout as an expert.
Farrell was halted by Kent Kauppinen at the Eventim Olympia in his home city of Liverpool back in June.
He at that point came back with focuses triumphs against Dmitrij Kalinovskij and Elvis Dube to end the year.
In any case, he will make a beeline for the location of his sole misfortune on March 14 when he takes on Damian Chambers for the empty Central Area cruiserweight title.
Farrell vs. Chambers Fight Info: Date, Time, Venue, Live Stream
- Date: Saturday, March 14 2020
- Time: 02:30 PM ET
- Venue: Olympia
- Location: Liverpool, Merseyside, United Kingdom
- Live Stream: FuboTV (Try For Nothing)
Farrell vs. Chambers: Fight Card
- James Farrell vs. Damian Chambers
The show will be advanced by Steve Wood for VIP Boxing Promotions and gushed solely live on VIP Boxing TV.
Chambers, who will be in the contrary corner, is prepared by Matthew Hatton and has a record of 10-1.
The 31-year-old is going into the battle in the wake of losing in the last of the Ultimate Boxxer competition back in July and coming back with a success in December against Mladen Manev.
Dexter Makaza, who is preparing at the well known Salisbury ABC rec center in Liverpool, will cause his expert presentation on the card and will to be joined by exercise center mates Mathew Rennie and Nathan Quarless, the last of whom moved to 6-0 at the back finish of a year ago with a four-round triumph over Andrius Ruzas.
Nathan Bennett, who has as of late moved back to his old beginner exercise center, will have a warm-up battle before competing for a belt later in the year and there is activity for Matty Fagan, Marcos Molloy and Tom Aitchison.
Both Molloy and Aitchison were rearward in real life back in November at the M&S Bank Arena in their home city where they got wins on the undercard of Callum Smith’s WBA Super, WBC Diamond and Ring Magazine world super-middleweight title resistance against John Ryder, solely live on Sky Sports and DAZN, while Fagan confined October as he outpointed Lee Hallett at the Ellesmere Port Sports Village and he will be joined via Sean Turner, the heavyweight who was toward the end in real life in November.
Further increases to the card are probably going to be made at the appropriate time.
In the mean time, the previously mentioned advertiser Wood will by and by collaborate with David Nelson of Trinity Entertainment Boxing for a show at Leisure and Culture Park in Huyton, Knowsley.
The pair arranged an effective co-advancement back in December at a similar scene and the card included previous IBF world bantamweight champion Paul Butler.
Joe Kavanagh, who boxed on that card, will battle on this one, nearby Kirkby’s Shawn Hughes, with further increases to be uncovered soon.