Jazza Dickens vs Thomas Patrick Ward

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Former world title challenger Jazza Dickens has vowed to prove the doubters wrong when he defends his British super bantamweight title against Thomas Patrick Ward on Saturday night.

The fight is live on BT Sport 1 as part of the Josh Warrington v Kiko Martinez undercard and Dickens, who is boxing for the first time since his world title defeat to Guillermo Rigondeaux last July, says he’ll use the platform to show he belongs at world level.

“I’m really looking forward to performing on BT Sport,” he said. “It is a bigger platform and I’m very lucky. I intend to make the most of it. I’ve trained my best ever so I should fight my best ever. I’m flying!”

The 26-year-old Liverpudlian has been out of the ring for almost 10 months after suffering a broken jaw during his loss to Rigondeaux but claims he isn’t worried about ring rust after some quality sparring in preparation for this weekend.

“I was actually good to go in February but we had to wait a little longer to get it on,” he explained.  “It’s hard to say if I’d have benefitted from a non-title tune-up to get back into it but this camp has gone great.

“I’ve had spars with [Lee] Selby, [Kid] Galahad, Liam Walsh plus John Quigley, who is a much underestimated super-featherweight from up this way. I’m very grateful for all the help they’ve given me.”

Josh Warrington vs Kiko Martinez

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The fight will be Warrington’s first since he signed a deal with Frank Warren after breaking with Matchroom.

And the crowd in Yorkshire can also expect to see a star-studded undercard.

Here is everything you need to know ahead of the bout.

The WBC International featherweight title is on the line as Warrington (24-0) takes on veteran Spaniard Kiko Martinez (36-7-1) – a former world champion at super bantamweight who has lost to both Carl Frampton and Scott Quigg.

Adams (1-0) made her pro debut last month in Manchester and is looking to fast-track her way towards a world title, with Maryan Salazar (5-1) her opponent this weekend.

When is Josh Warrington vs Kiko Martinez?

Josh Warrington fights Kiko Martinez at the FD Arena in Leeds on Saturday, May 13.

What TV channel is it on?

Coverage from Leeds will begin on BT Sport 1 at 7.30pm.

For more of the undercard action, Boxnation will begin its coverage at 7pm.

Alternatively, SunSport will be providing updates throughout the night.

Sam Eggington vs Cerefino Rodriguez

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STOURBRIDGE welterweight Sam Eggington will fight for the European title in Birmingham on Saturday night.

The Savage will take on Cerefino Rodriguez, the Spaniard that landed the vacant title in December, at the Barclaycard Arena, live on Sky Sports.

The clash will be chief support as home-town hero Kal Yafai also defends his WBA World Super-Flyweight title against Suguru Muranaka.

Eggington is full of confidence heading into the bout having stopped former two-weight world champion Paulie Malignaggi at The O2 when last in the ring.

The all-action 23-year-old wants to build on his notable wins over Malignaggi and Frankie Gavin by securing European title glory.

He said: “I have real hunger back after losing to Bradley Skeete and this is massive for me as I never thought I’d reach this level,” said Eggington.

“I had to learn a lot after Skeete. I have grown up and come back strong with wins over Frankie and Paulie. If I can add a win over Rodriguez to those two names and then defend the title well, people will start talking about world titles and I think that I’ve earned the right to be in the conversation for them.”

The event on Saturday also sees Yafai’s brother Gamal defend his WBC International Super-Bantamweight championship against fellow Birmingham man Sean Davis. Ryan Kelly and Adam Harper meet for the Midlands Area Middleweight Title and Gavin is back in action in his first fight with trainer Jon Pegg.

There’s also action for Halesowen’s Lennox Clarke, unbeaten Olympian Josh Kelly, Kieron Conway, Aaron Lovell, Jordan Clayton, Charlie Williams and Cori Gibbs.

Limited tickets are on general sale from the Barclaycard Arena priced at £40, £60 and £100, available from barclaycardarena.co.uk.

Eggington enhanced his reputation with a stoppage win over Malignaggi in March and has since forged a friendship with the former world champion, who was previously scheduled to face Rodriguez and passed on advice.

 “He’s always on the phone, Paulie,” Eggington told Sky Sports. “He’s constantly talking to Jon Pegg, always giving tips, and was looking through my sparring videos and giving me tips on my sparring.