BBN have provided all the details you need to tune in and watch undefeated Brit Zach Parker (19-0, 13KOs) clash with America's Vaughn Alexander (15-4, 9KOs) on the 85th day of the year.
The championship clash occurs on Friday, March 26.
It takes place behind closed doors at the Copper Box Arena in London on a Queensberry Boxing event.
10 three-minute championship rounds at super-middleweight (168lbs).
Parker defends his WBO Inter-Continental super-middleweight title as well as his WBO #1 ranking.
UK fight fans can expect the main event fighters to make their ringwalks any time around 10pm (GMT), but boxing events are often subject to delays.
The event and TV coverage begins at 7pm.
The event will stream live and exclusively on BT Sport 1 - £25 per month subscripton fees.
You can live stream the Queensberry Promotions event online via BT Sport website or BT Sport app - available to download for free on iOS and Android phones and tablets.
BBN will be providing LIVE updates on the night, right HERE
The co-main event features another unbeaten British champion, as Brad 'The Blade' Foster (13-0-2, 5KOs) meets Spaniard Alvaro 'Ardi' Rodriguez in a 10-round IBF International super-bantamweight championship clash.
The fight takes place behind closed doors, with no spectators allowed.
Everything you ever need to know about Parker-Vaughn HERE
26-years-old from Woodville in Derby, Zach Parker comes from a fighting family that includes father Darren - a former pro and veteran of 200 amateur fights, while his two brothers - Duane (14-1 as a pro) and Lee - were also both in the sport, as well as cousin Connor Parker, 25, who is a promising super lightweight also on the Queensberry books.
Managed by Neil Marsh, Parker made his pro debut in July 2015 and now makes his Queensberry debut on this show after terminating his contract with Matchroom Boxing and signing with Frank Warren in February.
After building up a big punching reputation in the division, Parker's major breakthrough came in November 2018 when he was awarded the verdict in a split decision battle against Darryll Williams to win the British title. Unfortunately, this success came at a cost and a period out of the ring followed due to a dislocated shoulder sustained early in the first round of the fight that required triple surgery. After making a routine return six months later, Parker then reinforced his No.1 status with the WBO by winning the International title with a late stoppage of his closest rival in the rankings, the Australian Rohan Murdock in March of last year.
His 20th opponent hails from Saint Louis in Missouri, and is known as 'The Animal'. All his four career defeats have come in his last seven fights, but he has never been stopped, even when in with top prospects such as Anthony Sims Jr and formidable Kazakh Zhanibek Alimkhanuly.
Tim Rickson, BBN Editor: “Parker hasn't fought for an entire year, but I believe he'll pick up where he left off and get another stoppage to make it three in a row. I know that Alexander has never been stopped before, but he is 35 now and hasn't fought since 2019. Parker will want to come back with a bang and make a statement in his first fight with Frank Warren, and he'll have 10 rounds to catch him.”
Tale of the Tape
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Betting Odds Supplied by Star Sports
Zach Parker - 11st 13lbs 8ox
Vaughn Alexander - 11st 11lbs
Brad Foster - 8st 10lbs
Alvaro Rodriguez - 8st 9lbs 12oz
Danny Ball - 10st 5lbs 12oz
Sam Gilley - 10st 6lbs 8oz
Sam Maxwell - 10st 2lbs 14oz
Ben Fields - 10st 2lbs 8oz
Dennis McCann - 8st 7lbs 6oz
Luis Moreno - 8st 6lbs 11oz
Jason Harty - 11st 11lbs 12oz
Kearon Thomas - 11st 12lbs 8oz
Edward Donovan - 10st 9lbs 11oz
Matthew King - 10st 11lbs 5oz
David Adeleye - 16st 4lbs 8oz
Adeleye's opponent will weigh-in at a later time
Zach Parker vs Vaughn Alexander
10x3 WBO International super-middleweight title
Brad Foster vs Alvaro Rodriguez
10x3 IBF International super-bantamweight title
Danny Ball vs Sam Gilley
10x3 WBC International Silver welterweight title
Sam Maxwell vs Ben Fields
8x3 Lightweight contest
Dennis McCann vs Luis Moreno
8x3 Light-heavyweight contest
Jason Harty vs Kearon Thomas
4x3 Super-lightweight contest
Ed Donovan vs Matthew King
4x3 Featherweight contest
David Adeleye vs TBA
4x3 Super-featherweight contest