BBN have provided all the details viewers need to tune in and watch the Lyndon Arthur vs Dec Spelman championship clash from behind closed doors in Frank Warren's third show since boxing returned to our screens. All the info you need is right here:
The bout takes place on Friday, July 31
It takes place behind closed doors at the BT Sport Studios in Stratford
12 three-minute rounds at the light-heavyweight limit (175lbs)
‘King Arthur’s’ Commonwealth light-heavyweight title is on the line
The ring walks are expected from 10pm UK time, but that will depend on the undercard results
Coverage will start at around 7pm live and exclusive on BT Sport 1
Someone’s ‘0’ has got to go when highly-touted super-bantamweight Nick Ball (12-0, 6KOs) clashes over eight-rounds with Londoner Jerome Campbell (6-0, 1KO).
Also watch out for Ball's teammates from the Everton Red Triangle gym - there's talented ABA Elites 2018 champion Brad Strand and KO artist Andrew Cain, who has knocked out all five of his foes to date.
Everything you ever need to know about Arthur-Spelman can be found HERE
Lyndon Arthur: “Dec might have lost a couple of fights, but he leaves it in there and is a tough, come forward fighter, can take a shot and could be in there for the long haul.
“He is rock solid, but he hasn’t been hit off me. He hasn’t been in with anyone who hits as hard as I do. I am looking to knock him out.
“I have not fought since October last year so it will be good to get out before the [Anthony] Yarde fight.”
Dec Spelman: “All I’ve heard about since the fight was made is how Lyndon’s going to beat me and then get his big night against Anthony Yarde.
“I’m sick of people looking past me, I’m sick of Lyndon Arthur looking past me. It’s all fun and games for him until he gets in the ring on Friday and realises he should never have taken this fight.”
Mancunian Lyndon Arthur (16-0, 12KOs) makes the first defence of his Commonwealth light-heavyweight championship against challenger Dec Spelman (16-3, 8KOs) in the third instalment of Frank Warren’s summer series.
Scunthorpe’s Spelman, trained by Carl Greaves, is one of the toughest 12st 7lb men in Britain and it will be a big ask for Arthur to end his challenge inside 12 rounds, even though the champion is adamant that's what he plans to do.
29-year-old 'King Arthur' hasn’t boxed since last October when he claimed his title by outpointing Ghana’s Emmanuel Anim, who he floored in round four.
The winner will face light-heavyweight superstar Anthony Yarde next.
BBN Editor, Tim Rickson: “Lyndon Arthur is the favourite to win, but he has a formidable foe in front of him in Dec Spelman. I expect this to be an exciting see-saw battle, with plenty of thrills and talking points, with Arthur eventually prevailing on points.”
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Lyndon Arthur vs Dec Spelman
12x3 Commonwealth light-heavyweight title
Nick Ball vs Jerome Campbell
10x3 Super-featherweight contest
Caoimhin Agyarko vs Jez Smith
10x3 Middleweight contest
Brad Strand vs TBA
6x3 Super-bantamweight contest
Andrew Cain vs TBA
6x3 Featherweight contest