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Quick Shots: Khan vs McCloskey Undercard Presser

By Phil D. Jay

The official press conference was held the Lowry Hotel in Manchester, to officially announce the Amir Khan-Paul McCloskey undercard. Co-promoter Ricky Hatton, of Hatton Promotions, announced the supporting lineup for the scheduled date of April 16th at the MEN Arena.

Undercard Matches

Matthew Macklin v Khoren Gevor - WBA middleweight title eliminator

Craig Watson v Lee Purdy - British welterweight title

Martin Murray v John Carvalho - interim WBA middleweight title

Scott Quigg v Andrei Isaeu - interim WBA super-bantamweight title

Dezzie Higginson v Andy Murray

Adam Etches v TBA

Tasif Khan v TBA

Richard Towers v TBA

Jamie Kavanagh v TBA

Adam Etches, Craig Watson, Richard Towers, Scott Quigg, Martin Murray
Matthew Macklin, Ricky Hatton, Asif Vali, Dezzi Higginson, Tasif Khan

WBN Editor Phil D. Jay with promoter Ricky Hatton

Phil D. Jay cover the British boxing scene for worldboxingnews.net

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by choelzle on 03-15-2011

Khan and Alvare probably call each other and laugh about how low the level of their competition is....you people keep buying the tickets so why would they ever step it up? Sign a fight Bradley...khan aint gonna fight you

Comment by Illdil on 03-15-2011

DAMMMMMNNN hatton has become really really fat HAHAHAHA jk we know that already

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