Marc Leach vs Thomas Essomba british title eliminator fight details time date TV channel undercard schedule venue betting odds predictions ring walks and live stream info fightzone oddschecker boxrec British super-bantamweight final eliminator contest

Marc Leach vs Thomas Essomba fight details - time, date, TV channel, undercard, schedule, venue, betting odds, predictions, ring walks and live stream info

Published On Tuesday, June 1, 2021By Tim Rickson

How to watch the Marc Leach vs Thomas Essomba British super-bantamweight final eliminator contest

BBN have provided viewers with all the details needed to tune in and watch Salford's Marc Leach (15-1-1, 3KOs) and Wolverhampton's Thomas Essomba (10-6-1, 4KOs) clash in a championship contest on the 156th day of the year.

All the details you could possibly need to watch the Saturday night main event listed below:



The bout takes place on Saturday, June 5.



Sheffield Arena Car Park, Sheffield.


Rounds scheduled

10x three-minute rounds at super-bantamweight (122lbs).



The 12-round clash is a final eliminator for the British super-bantamweight title, currently held by Brad Foster.



The ringwalks for the main event are expected from 10pm UK time, but that will depend on the undercard results.


TV Coverage

Coverage starts live on the Fightzone TV at 5:25pm for the undercard and 7:25pm for the main event.


Live Stream

You can live stream the fight HERE 



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Undercard Highlights

There's a regional title fight on the same card as Grimsby's unbeaten Levi Giles (8-0, 3KOs) challenges for the vacant Midlands Area super-featherweight strap against an opponent yet to be confirmed.



The show promoted by Dennis Hobson Promotions features an British title eliminator between once-beaten Marc Leach and former English bantamweight champion Thomas Essomba.

The Cameroonian is also a former Commonwealth flyweight titlist and won the WBA Continental bantamweight strap against a 9-0 Sean McGoldrick. His last fight, in October last year, ended prematurely via an unfortunate techical decision following an accidental head clash that meant 29-0 Thomas Patrick Ward couldn't continue. His previous contest before that in August last year, saw the southpaw go the distance over 12-rounds with Britain's newest world champion Sunny Edwards.

'Livewire' Leach has an age advantage of six years and hasn't lost since his pro debut seven years ago. He shocked everyone with a fine performance and points victory over 8-0 Qais Ashfaq in October last year, which was also a British title eliminator.



Leach:  “I’ve had to do this the hard way, working full time as well as keeping the boxing going to support my family, but it’s made me a better boxer and I wouldn’t change it for nobody but time isn’t on my side! With a bit more support and that one chance, I know 100% I will make it big.”



Tim Rickson, BBN Editor: “Thomas Essomba has had plenty of success in his career and still suprises top prospects. I think that Leach wants this so badly that he won't be surprised by anything. He works hard and he wants this badly, and he deserves it after winning the last eliminator. I think he defeats Essomba on points in a close, energetic battle.”



Age: 27
Bouts: 17
Rounds: 96
KOs: 17.65%
Height: 5' 6"

Age: 33
Bouts: 17
Rounds: 126
KOs: 23.53%
Height: 5' 4"


Running Order

#1 Harry Mullins vs Reiss Taylor
4x3 Flyweight contest

#2 James Hawley vs Scott Williams
4x3 Middleweight contest

#3 Reece Mould vs Cristian Narvaez
6x3 Featherweight contest

#4 Jake James vs Geiboord Omier
6x3 Welterweight contest

#5 Calvin McCord vs Lee Connelly
6x3 Lightweight contest

#6 Harry Scarff vs Jan Balog
8x3 Welterweight contest

Chief Support
Levi Giles vs TBA
10x3 Midlands Area super-featherweight title

Main Event
Marc Leach vs Thomas Essomba
10x3 British super-bantamweight eliminator


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