The York-born fighters will make their debut at a top event in Leeds

Undefeated Leeds boxer Billy Pickles will take on Sheffield’s Jamie Sampson in an eight-round match which will form the joint main event, while the other will feature York’s George Davey.

Speaking of the event, Wharton said, “Yorkshire boxing fans deserve more quality shows.”

“We hope that if this initial endeavor is successful, we will expand to other venues such as Bradford, York and perhaps smaller cities such as Wakefield and Dewsbury, while adding to existing promotions the appeal of boxing, the sport we love.” , to increase.” and which brings well-documented physical, mental and social benefits to all involved.

“It’s about giving talented young boxers the chance to develop their careers and show what they’re made of through frequent fights. This puts our boxers well positioned to withstand the tough competition and everyone to feel like they are being pushed forward.”

Both promoters are from Leeds but mainly work out of York. Wharton, 55, has had a successful ten-year boxing career, winning 27 of his 31 bouts, more than half by stoppages.

Wharton is known for his “wicked left hook” and won Commonwealth and European super middleweight belts. Today he runs Henry’s Gym in York.

Browne competed in the cruiserweight division for over fourteen years, winning 22 of 32 bouts and was a two-time winner of British Boxing’s Central Area title.

“It’s going to be ‘conventional boxing’ at its finest.” Browne explained.

“At the moment we’re small fish in the pond of promoters, but we’re aiming for the top.”

“Henry and I are investing our time, energy and money aiming to appeal to both established boxing fans and people who want a full evening of exciting, exciting sports but may have never considered boxing.”

“We hope they will dispel all prejudices and give boxers a chance to showcase their determination, skill, talent and most importantly, breathtaking physical prowess.”

York super welterweight George “G-Force” Davey, 25, is thrilled to be taking part, stating, “I’m thrilled to be a part of this and honored to be a co-main event boxer.”

“It’s great that Henry and Denzil are giving both fighters and fans alike the opportunity to enjoy world class boxing and I am determined to remain undefeated with a typically explosive performance.”

“My opponent needs to prepare for eight rounds of powerful punches.”

Friday’s show features 25-year-old Nathan Shepherd in his second professional fight just five weeks after his successful debut and features Jack Marshall and Harry Kelly, both coached and managed by Wharton.

Marshall, 20, said: “I can’t wait to make my pro debut. I promise everyone that I will put in a brave effort that will make family and friends proud and I owe Henry a debt of gratitude for this opportunity.”

Wharton agreed with Marshall, saying, “Jack, Harry and Nathan need to gain experience and keep busy to keep their enthusiasm, and that’s the ethos of our promotion.”

“Our priority is to foster perspectives by putting the hand of our experience on the shoulders of youth.” The York-born fighters will make their debut at a top event in Leeds

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