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Prizefighter Cruisers: Conquest, McIntosh, McPhilbin, More

Conall Carmichael, Tony Conquest, Neil Dawson and Danny McIntosh are the final four names fighting in the Betfair Prizefighter Cruiserweights III at York Hall in Bethnal Green, live on Sky Sports on May 18.

The final quartet join Canning Town’s Wadi Camacho (6-1), unbeaten Castleford fighter Nathan Owens (5-0-1), Nottinghamshire’s Shane McPhilbin (8-6) and Welshman Hari Miles (7-7) in the line-up for the 30th edition of Matchroom Sport’s eight man, one night tournament in east London.

Dawson (11-1) and Conquest (10-1) could come face-to-face against with Conquest on a revenge mission after Dawson knocked him out in the first round of their December clash for Conquest’s WBO International belt.

Belfast’s Carmichael (3-0) is unbeaten in three pro contests while former European light heavyweight champion McIntosh (13-4) steps up to cruiserweight to get back into title contention.

The action at York Hall kicks off a huge night of boxing on Sky Sports, with Lee Purdy challenging Devon Alexander for the IBF welterweight title in Atlantic City.

Tickets for the Betfair Prizefighter Cruiserweights III are on sale now from Matchroom Boxing priced at £40 unreserved, £60 ringside and £120 VIP and can be bought online at www.matchroomboxing.com or on 01277 359900.

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