Friday’s planned fight between Akeem Ennis Brown and Sam Maxwell has unfortunately been postponed after Brown suffered an injury in training.
The man known as ‘Riiddy Riiddy Riival” was due to defend his British and Commonwealth super-lightweight titles against Maxwell in a clash of unbeaten fighters, but the bout will now be unable to take place this week.
Friday’s Queensberry Promotions event at the Copper Box Arena will still see undefeated Sam Gilley challenge Danny Ball for the WBC International Silver welterweight title, while rising star Dennis McCann is back in action, as he takes on Luis Moreno.
IN OTHER NEWS: ELITE FORMER AMATEUR and 2-0 professional Charles Frankham has signed with Frank Warren to fight under the Queensberry banner.
'Boom Boom' began life in the pro ranks in May 2018 with a points victory over Tzemal Xouseinoglou in Nottingham before returning to the ring the following month to score a first round stoppage over Ilgvars Krauklis at York Hall.
Prior to turning pro, the 21-year-old enjoyed a hugely decorated stint in the amateurs that yielded 11 National titles - including the junior ABAs and the Three Nations twice - along with a World Youth Championship bronze medal and gold at the Commonwealth Games and European Championships.
Frankham trains in Loughborough under the stewardship of Angel Fernandez.
"I needed a change and Frank is a great promoter," said Frankham, grandson of former British light heavyweight champion Johnny Frankham. "He has got so much great talent at the moment - including another Frankham (Josh) as well - and at this point in time, and in the future, Frank is right for me.
"Queensberry and Frank is definitely the place to be for young fighters, one million per cent. Frank has been getting all his fighters out during this difficult period and, now I am part of the team, I am looking forward to getting back in the ring myself.
"I am still young and I have got a load of time to achieve my goals. I just want to be active and I have said all along that if I just get a couple of fights then I will fight anyone. I think I settled into the pro style pretty well and I believe I was always suited to it, although I know every young fighter says that when they turn over."
A rare blot on Frankham's amateur card came in the 2018 senior ABAs when he was defeated over three rounds by now promotional stablemate Mark Chamberlain. Frankham doesn't rule out a revenge mission in the paid ranks.
"Definitely, that is not a problem and it will be a good fight down the line. A card with us Frankhams on would be a good one too."
Warren added: "I am delighted to welcome Charles to the team. He was an exceptional amateur and he clearly has a bright future as a professional.
"He wants and needs to be kept busy and our track record over recent times during this pandemic has demonstrated our total commitment to the ongoing development of our young fighters and we will quickly get Charles' career back on track and guide him towards a successful future."