Luton boxer Kaye Prosper will be on the undercard of former world heavyweight champion David Haye’s ‘Haye Day’ bill at The O2 Arena in London on May 21.
The 31-year-old light welterweight, who is taking to the ring later this month when he faces Terry Needham at York Hall, will come up against an as yet un-named opponent after impressing on the Hayemaker Promotions’ last show, easily beating Lee Connelly.
Prosper, who has won all seven of his pro bouts, will be part of a supporting card that includes an English middleweight title fight between Joe Mullender and Lee Markham, plus lightweight Floyd Moore, light heavyweight Ollie Patterson, heavyweight Nick Webb and light heavyweight Tony Dodson.
Speaking about the bill, Haye said: “The reaction to the first Haye Day was incredible with a sell-out crowd, headline music act, A-List guests and record breaking TV viewing figures.
“May’s event will be even bigger and better. I’m delighted to add some of the best young British fighters to the bill and we are working to make sure their challengers will be equally as impressive to ensure action-packed fights throughout the card.
“January’s event was an overwhelming success but we’ve listened to the fans and, in association with Goodwin Promotions, are putting together an undercard that will provide plenty of excitement and entertainment to ensure both hard-core boxing fans, and those new to the sport, are left on the edge of their seats.”
Tickets to Haye Day at The O2 on May 21, are available on general sale now via AXS.com and www.hayemaker.com.