PROMOTER Mark Neilson says Neilson Boxing and Trifecta Boxing are preparing a show that will pack a punch later this year.

The ‘Kings of the Ring’ show is scheduled for Saturday, December 8 at Swindon’s MECA in Regent Circus.

With Swindon fighters littered throughout the card, including Ryan Martin as the main event, Neilson is hoping the show will have something to offer everyone.

“There are lots of local fighters on the card, there is Harry Webb, he’s Swindon based and trains here during the week,” said.

“He’s been living in a bedsit or wherever he is living, then coming to Swindon to train for five days a week.

“At this time, who’d want to be doing it? He’s been doing it day in, day out, so good on him and he’s developing.

“Bec Connolly, she’s Swindon’s only female boxer at the moment, she’ll be there too.”

Martin will be out to continue his recent streak of wins and with the help of Neilson Boxing working in tangent with Trifecta, his team will be aiming for a title shot next year under the tutelage of Paddy Fitzpatrick.

“We are working around Ryan as the main event because he is really good, he was an outstanding amateur and he still has a point to prove,” he added.

“He fought for a title and lost narrowly so now we want to get him back on an eight-round fight against decent opposition.

“So, we are talking with Paddy about a two-fight deal, if we get a good credible opponent because Ryan doesn’t want to be fighting a journeyman.

“The ticket paying public won’t want to see that, they want to see someone decent and if we get him through that, we can get him up for a title in a bigger venue in March.

“That’s the plan. We are building it around him because Luke Watkins has outgrown Swindon and has moved onto bigger things, and Jamie Cox is fighting for world titles.

“Ryan is the next one, he needs to start stepping it up and showing what he has got.

“Then it’s onwards and upwards because Paddy has managed their careers well so we will see.”