Brown vs Bowes – ESPN+ – Sept. 2

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When:
2. September 2020 all-day America/New York Timezone
2020-09-02T00:00:00-04:00
2020-09-03T00:00:00-04:00
Where:
LS-LIVE in Wakefield
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Langthwaite Business Park, Langthwaite House, Langthwaite Business Park, South Kirkby, Wakefield WF9 3NR
UK

IFL TV BROADCAST BEGINS – 6:20PM GMT

Bout 1 Featherweight, 6 Rounds
MARK MCKEOWN (9st 1lb 3oz) vs. LEVI DUNN (9st 1lb 10oz)

ESPN+ BROADCAST BEGINS – 7:00PM GMT / 2:00PM EST / 11:00AM PST

Bout 2 Super-lightweight, 8 Rounds
HARLEM EUBANK (10st 3lbs 1oz) vs. MARTIN MCDONAGH (10st 2lbs 3oz)

Bout 3 Welterweight, 6 Rounds
ELLIOT WHALE (10st 9lbs 13oz) vs. COREY MCCULLOCH (10st 8lbs 14oz)

Bout 4 Super-middleweight, 8 Rounds
PADRAIG MCCRORY (12st 2lbs) vs. MICKEY ELLISON (12st 1oz)

Bout 5 English light-heavyweight title, 10 Rounds
DAN AZEEZ (12st 6lbs 4oz) vs. ANDRE STERLING (12st 5lbs 8oz)

Bout 6: Main Event British and Commonwealth welterweight titles, 12 Rounds
AKEEM ENNIS BROWN (9st 13lbs) vs. PHILIP BOWES (10st)

MTKFightNight begins at 2 p.m. ET/11 a.m. PT – The Commonwealth super lightweight king, Philip Bowes, hopes to add more hardware to his collection. Bowes will defend his belt in a 12-rounder against the unbeaten Akeem Ennis Brown this Wednesday, Sept. 2 from Production Park Studios in Wakefield, England. The vacant British title will also be at stake.

Bowes-Ennis Brown will headline an #MTKFightNight card that will stream live and exclusively on ESPN+ beginning at 2 p.m. ET/11 a.m. PT.

Bowes (20-3, 3 KOs) has not fought since March 2019, when he decisioned Tom Farrell in the first defense of his Commonwealth title. Less than two months prior, he knocked out Benson Nyilawila in two rounds to win the vacant belt. Bowes and Ennis Brown were scheduled to fight March 20, but the COVID-19 pandemic scuttled those plans. Ennis Brown (13-0, 1 KO) is a former WBC Youth and IBF European champion at 140 pounds, most recently notching a near-shutout decision over the previously unbeaten Bilal Rehman in March 2019.

Said Ennis Brown, “This fight with Bowes was called off twice. He has kept me waiting for too long and he is getting it. He isn’t on my level and he will find that out. Nothing will stop me from getting these titles. There haven’t been many events on since boxing resumed, so to be headlining an MTK Global show is very exciting and I feel like I’m one of the chosen ones.”

In other action on the card:

Dan Azeez (11-0, 7 KOs) will make the first defense of his British light heavyweight title against former Southern Area champion Andre Sterling (11-2, 4 KOs) in a 10-rounder.

West Belfast’s Padraig “The Hammer” McCrory (10-0, 4 KOs) will take a step up in class against Mickey Ellison (12-2, 4 KOs) in an eight-round super middleweight tilt. McCory knocked out Steve Collins Jr. in eight rounds last August on the Michael Conlan-Diego Alberto Ruiz undercard.

In a six-round battle of unbeatens contracted for 150 pounds, Elliot Whale (2-0) will fight Corey McCulloch (4-0).

Harlem Eubank (9-0, 2 KOs), nephew of British boxing legend Chris Eubank, will fight Martin McDonagh (8-1, 0 KOs) in an eight-round welterweight contest.

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