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Natasha Jonas to fight in Manchester on June 17 as part of blockbuster card live on Sky Sports Box Office

A huge night of action is coming to Sky Sports Box Office when Liam Smith continues his intense rivalry with Chris Eubank Jr and Savannah Marshall challenges Franchon Crews-Dezurn for the undisputed super-middleweight title at the AO Arena in Manchester on June 17

Natasha Jonas v Marie-Eve Dicaire - AO Arena
Natasha Jones celebrates victory against Marie-Eve Dicaire in the IBF, WBC and WBO super welter-weight bout at the AO Arena, Manchester. Issue date: Saturday November 12, 2022.
Image: Natasha Jonas will fight as part of a blockbuster card in Manchester on June 17

The biggest boxing event of the summer is now even bigger with British fighter of the year, Natasha Jonas, joining a blockbuster card on Saturday, June 17 - live on Sky Sports Box Office.

The huge night of action headlined by the rematch of Liam Smith and Chris Eubank Jr, while Savannah Marshall will also challenge Franchon Crews-Dezurn for the undisputed super-middleweight world title in Manchester.

Now BOXXER can confirm Jonas will be defending her WBC, WBO, IBF and Ring Magazine super-welterweight titles at the same event against an as yet unnamed opponent.

The Merseyside favourite captured the gold with three memorable wins last year - two of those in Manchester - when she defeated Chris Namus, Patricia Berghult and Marie Eve Dicaire.

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Natasha Jonas is keen to get revenge over Katie Taylor, and her trainer Joe Gallagher believes she can win by knockout

Her incredible hat-trick of feats saw her become the first woman to claim the coveted British Boxing Board of Control Fighter of the Year award.

Also on the billing in Manchester, in a huge domestic battle, British super-middleweight champion Mark 'Kid Dynamite' Heffron will defend the prestigious Lonsdale Belt against Zak Chelli.

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Zak Chelli beats Anthony Sims by unanimous decision to clinch the WBA continental super middleweight title

Chelli delivered a stunning, career-best performance to defeat American prodigy Anthony Sims Jr back in February. Having recently been mandated for the British title, the Londoner will now be hoping to cause a mighty upset in the North West when he stands toe to toe with Oldham native Heffron - who is a Champs Camp stablemate of Jonas under the tutelage of two-time trainer of the year, Joe Gallagher.

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Tickets are now on general sale on for a night of elite championship boxing, with a host of huge fights still to be added.

Thousands of tickets have already been snapped up by eager fans in the pre-sale window, with a bumper, 18,000 capacity crowd expected to fill a sold-out AO Arena Manchester.

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