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The David Price/Audley Harrison fight card is getting better by the day

For the past few years, Frank Maloney has received some criticism for not having good under-card fights for his fight-cards, but his last show involving David Price at the Aintree arena had some very good fights on the under-card, three of which were British title fights.

The up-coming fight between David Price and Audley Harrison may not appear to be a good fight, but the under-card is shaping up very nicely. Their is already four British title fights on the bill, and with fight night being a few months away, their might be more.

Here is the full fight card for 'Battle of the Olympians.'

David Price Vs Audley Harrison.
Brain Rose Vs Sam Webb
Kevin Satchell Vs Chris Edwards
Darren Hamilton Vs Steve Williams
Matt Skelton Vs TBA
Dillian Whyte Vs TBA
John Quigley Vs TBA
Neil Perkins Vs TBA

Rumoured to be on the under-card; Shane McPhilbin Vs John Lewis-Dickinson and Danny Price.

Their are a few opponents 'To Be Announced' on the card, but like I said earlier, fight night is a few months away so their is still time to get a decent opponent.

I think the reason why Maloney is starting to pay more attention to his under-card fights is because of his recent feud with Eddie Hearn, Hearn and Sky Sports wanted to feature David Price on their shows, and for some reason Maloney was deeply offended by their offer. Maloney is now making good fight-cards to prove he is still a big time promoter.

I don't think it's the best fight-card I've seen this year in the UK, but it's a good card when you take into consideration that Maloney only has two big fighters, and one of them isn't on the card.

I think all of the promoters in the UK should try and get as many meaningful fights on their under-card's as possible.

What do you think of the under-card for David Price's fight with Audley Harrison? Are you impressed?