EUROPEAN boxing champion Jamie McDonnell is the headline act in a 13-fight extravaganza taking place in Doncaster next Saturday.
The Doncaster fighter will make the second defence of the bantamweight title he won in March last year, by knocking out then champion Jerome Arnold in the 10th round, when he faces Stephane Jamoye.
The 21-year-old from Belgium, who has a record of one defeat in 20 fights, has been touted as a future world champion and will be McDonnell's toughest opponenet yet.
McDonnell has 15 wins in 18 bouts, including one draw.
McDonnell's twin brother Gavin will also being fighting on the card, staged by Frank Maloney Promotions, alongside former British and European champion Ian Napa and ex-British super featherweight champion Carl Johanneson.
The action, which will be shown on Sky Sports, starts from 6.30pm, tickets cost 60 for ringside and 30 for stalls and balcony.