Nathan Heaney is set to square off against Brad Pauls on Saturday 16th March 2024 at Resorts World Arena in Birmingham.

The fight is scheduled for 12 rounds in the Middleweight division, which means the weight limit will be 160 pounds (11.4 stone or 72.6 KG).

Also, on the undercard will be Erik Robles' and Liam Davies' fight, Dennis McCann's and Brad Strand's fight, Eithan James' and Owen Cooper's fight, Joe Joyce's and Kash Ali's fight, Zach Parker's and Tyron Zeuge's contest and Pierce O'Leary's and Hovhannes Martirosyan's bout.

Here's everything you need to know ahead of Nathan Heaney vs Brad Pauls.

Nathan Heaney vs Brad Pauls

When is Nathan Heaney vs Brad Pauls?

Date: Saturday, March 16.

Time: At 03:00 PM ET

The fighters are expected to ringwalk at around 10:00 PM GMT at Resorts World Arena, Birmingham, United Kingdom, which is 6:00 PM EST or 3:00 PM PST on the West Coast of America.

What has been said?

“Brad certainly isn’t seen as an easy touch,” Heaney (18-0, 6 KO’s) said at last week’s press conference. “Brad is seen as an English champion. When you look through the division and see who has got the titles, I’ve got the British title and then Brad’s the English champion. In my eyes, that's a worthy fight. It’s not easy picking at all.

"That motivation will be there for everyone, particularly when you’re fighting for a big title like this one. He said he’s probably a bit better than people think and I agree. He’s got a good jab, I think defensively he’s better than you’d assume he is. He’s got good movement. It sets up for a good fight. I’ve got attributes myself, but it is how we nullify each other.”

“I still think I’ve got a lot to prove,” he said. “People might perceive that I didn’t perform that good and that Bentley performed bad. But did I make him perform bad? Who knows. For me, I always want to prove myself to be a good fighter. I’ll take that chip [on his shoulder] away each fight but I keep winning and I’ve beaten some very good lads. Hopefully I’ll continue that going forward.”

“Anyone at Stoke to be honest. I just want to fight at home,” he said. “To fight at Stoke City is a dream. Chris Eubank Jnr would be a great dance partner to do that to make sure it’d be a fantastic event. Anyone, though. A British title defense, a fight at Stoke City and then with everything that’s going on in Saudi Arabia or Las Vegas, wherever in the world this can take me, that’s where I wanna go.”


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