Four names have been added to
the line-up for the third light-middleweight edition at York Hall
on November 3 and a new knocked out bonus has been created
for each stoppage scored on the night.
Scottish southpaw Kris
Carslaw, Birmingham's Terry Carruthers, Middlesex boxer Ryan Toms
and unbeaten prospect Larry Ekundayo complete the
eight-fighter line-up all hoping to claim the £32,000 winners'
Carslaw (16-2) fought Brian
Rose for the British light-middleweight title in June, pushing the
Blackpool man the distance.
Two-time Southern Area title
winner Toms (11-3-1) is looking to bounce back from his English
title defeat to Erick Ochieng in September and Carruthers (11-13-6)
may get the chance to avenge his 2010 British Masters title defeat
to Carslaw if the pair are matched at York Hall.
Ekundayo comes into the
tournament off the back of an exciting start to his professional
career. The 30-year-old made waves with an impressive debut in
March and followed it up with a convincing points win in a
Prizefighter Prospects bout prior to June's International
"I think the new knockout
bonus will make things very interesting," said promoter Eddie
"The last Prizefighter in
Liverpool was a cracker but we didn't have one stoppage or
KO in the event. It's what the fans want to see and with this
incentive, I believe the fighters will be more inclined to get
their opponent out of there before the final bell."
The quartet join Craig McEwan,
Peter Vaughan, Curtis Valentine and Nav Mansouri in the
eight-fighter knockout competition.