How to watch Caoimhin Agyarko vs Robbie Champion – what time – running order

Caoimhin Agyarko [7(4)-0] returns to the ring a relatively short notice this weekend.

The exciting Belfast prospect was in training for a December 5 fight date, but was early this week confirmed as a Heffron v Bentley 2 undercard participant.

The 23-year-old told Irish-boxing.com this week that he plans to continue his stoppage streak, but in Robbie Chapman, he will face a game foe.

The Southern Area title challenger has moved into the ‘away fighter’ circuit recently but gave good tests and went the distance with Fearghus Quinn and Ben Fail in the past two months.

It’s a another chance for the 23-year-old to put on a show for the television cameras and impress fight fans ahead of a big 2021.

The Fight airs on BT Sports with the show gloving off at 7:30. Agyarko is on one fight shy of the main event and is expected in the ring around 9pm Irish time.

HEFFRON v BENTLEY 2 RUNNING ORDER:

Fight # 1
6 X 3 Minute Rounds Welterweight Contest
MICKEY BURKE JR. (10st 8lb 8oz) v THOMAS BROADBENT (10st 9lb 6oz)

Fight # 2
6 X 3 Minute Rounds Super-Lightweight Contest
HENRY TURNER (10st 2lb 5oz) v DES NEWTON (10st 2lb 4oz)

Fight # 3
10 X 3 Minute Rounds Middleweight Contest
CAOIMHIN AGYARKO (11st 9lb 10oz) v ROBBIE CHAPMAN (11st 11lb 10oz)

Fight # 4
4 X 3 Minute Rounds Light-Heavyweight Contest
TOMMY FURY (12st 13lbs 6oz) v GENADIJ KRAJEVSKIJ (12st 13lb 8oz)

Fight # 5
The Vacant British Middleweight Championship
12 x 3 Minute Rounds @ 160lbs
MARK HEFFRON (11st 5lb 4oz) v DENZEL BENTLEY (11st 5lb 2oz)

Jonny Stapleton

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