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Arfan Iqbal is Ready For Battle With Leon Senior

London - Arfan Iqbal is primed and ready to put on a show on the James DeGale undercard at Glow, Bluewater, this Saturday, November 16.

The 22-year-old light heavyweight is ready to put on a dominant performance when he takes on Swanley fighter Leon Senior.

Arfan is already hotly tipped to go a long way in the sport and undefeated former British, Commonwealth and Irish heavyweight champion, Tyson Fury, recently labelled him "my secret weapon" when the Derby man joined Tyson in Belgium to help him prepare for David Haye.

Fast and powerful, Iqbal is ready to match the expectation and record his seventh straight win to his perfect professional record.

But, he will have to overcome Senior, 33, a man with home crowd advantage and looking to add the first blemish to the young prospect's record.

A man who defended his BBBofC Southern Area light heavyweight title against Dan Woodgate last time out.

But Arfan won't be overlooking any opponent as he looks to maintain his unbeaten record in style.

Iqbal fights on the undercard to James DeGale MBE’s WBC Silver super middleweight title defence against ‘Dangerous’ Dyah Davis at Glow, Bluewater on Saturday 16th November, featuring an all-star line up, live on Channel 5 from 10pm.

Tickets are priced from £40 and are still available to buy from the Hennessy Sports Box Office on 01925 755 222 or online at http://hennessy.ticketline.co.uk or alternatively by contacting Tickeline.co.uk online and by phone on 0844 888 4402 or via Ticketmaster.co.uk online or by phone on 0844 847 2500.

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