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The main event is already one that we all want to see; two of the best super middleweights in the world facing each other, one coming off a convincing loss to a pound-for-pound top ten fighter, the other bringing a world title and an undefeated record. I don't need to say too much about the main event, so instead let's take a look at the undercard.

First up one of Britain's best boxing prospects Carl Frampton heads the undercard when he fights Raul Hirales, a super bantamweight with a 16-0-1 record. Being undefeated makes Hirales sound like a better opponent than he actually is; he hasn't really fought anybody while picking up those wins. You can expect Frampton to impress again.

Next there is a British light middleweight belt on the plate as Erick Ochieng fights A.A. Lowe. At ten wins and six losses, Lowe isn't thought to be a massive test for Erick, but with a British title as motivation who knows what could happen. I'm sure you heard about Darren Hamilton upsetting Ashley Theopane on Saturday - a determined fighter can overcome a more-talented but less-focused opponent.

The rest of the card is being used to bleed out some young fighters, but there are some good fights to be had. Watch out for prospects Pier Olivier Cote (18-0-0) and John Ryder (10-0-0).

Here's the full undercard:

Carl Frampton vs Raul Hirales
Erick Ochieng vs A.A. Lowe
Pier Olivier Cote vs Mark Lloyd
John Ryder vs Luke Robinson
Adnan Amar vs Terry Carruthers
Ryan Aston vs Paul Samuels
Scott Cardle vs TBA
Leigh Wood vs Ashley Lane
Kieron Farrell vs Jason Nesbitt

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