Jay Harris (14-0) plans on showing everybody just what he is capable of when he takes on Jaba Memishishi (8-10) at the Vale Sports Arena in Cardiff on March 1.
Undefeated Commonwealth flyweight champion Harris (14-0) wants to make a big statement against the Georgian, who once challenged for the Belgian super-flyweight title, and is expecting to take full advantage of the fight being streamed live on iFL TV.
Harris, 28 from Swansea, said: “I do see it as a good platform to show everybody what I am can do. I haven’t had much TV exposure since turning professional, so with iFL TV broadcasting this fight, I get to show a lot more people my skills.
“I had a look at Memishishi’s record and he has been in with some decent fighters like Thomas Masson and Vincent Legrand who have both held European titles.
“I know he’s a southpaw and it seems like he’s on the move all the time, but I don’t think I should have many problems with him. We’ll see on the night.”
Jaba Memishishi, 28 from Batumi, comes into the fight with a losing record, but has won eight of his nine fights in his native country. He has never won abroad, however, and was stopped in the third-round of his last fight against an opponent with a similar unbeaten record to Harris.
The Welshman could be on a collision course with domestic rival Sunny Edwards for the British title, should he continue his unbeaten run.
The main event of the show in Cardiff sees a clash between undefeated fighters, as Akeem Ennis Brown defend his IBF European welterweight title against Bilal Rehman.
There is also a featherweight battle between Jacob Robinson and Jonny Phillips, while the likes of Kieran Gething, Alex Hughes, Jacob Lovell, Sultan Zaurbek, and Nurtas Azhkenov are also in action.
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