This afternoon (American time) from the National Cycling Center (formerly known as the Manchester Velodrome) in Manchester, England, Hatton Promotions has a good-looking card headlined by Britain's two best super bantamweights.
Bad Left Hook will have live, round-by-round coverage of the show this afternoon. Here are some details on how to watch.
Fight time: 4:00 p.m. EDT
Location: National Cycling Center - Manchester, England
TV channel: Sky Sports (UK)
Odds: Prospect Quigg is the favorite, with odds on three sportsbooks of -165, -185, and -225, with Munroe at +145, +150, and +175.
Preview: Dave Oakes broke down the fight for us on Thursday. We also took a look at the undercard earlier this week.
Also featured on TV, besides the main event, will be a crossroads junior middleweight bout between Ryan Rhodes (46-5, 31 KO) and Sergey Rabchenko (20-0, 15 KO), with the vacant European junior middleweight title on the line. The belt was vacated by Lukas Konecny, who recently won the interim WBO title, and will challenge for the full belt against Zaurbek Baysangurov on October 27. One of the storylines of the Rhodes-Rabchenko fight is that Hatton Promotions promotes both fighters, but Ricky Hatton himself trains Rabchenko.
Heavyweight hopeful Richard Towers (13-0, 10 KO) will face France's Gregory Tony (17-2, 14 KO), and middleweight contender Martin Murray (23-0-1, 10 KO) returns in a stay-busy bout with another Frenchman, Karim Achour (13-2-2, 2 KO).