SEAN McGoldrick, Kody Davies and Lance Cooksey have been handed another chance to fight on Welsh soil this summer after they were added to MTK Global’s debut show in the principality.

The trio, who were already appearing on bills in August, will join fellow Gwent boxer Craig Evans at the Vale Sports Arena in Cardiff on Friday, September 7.

Former British, Commonwealth and European champion Liam Williams headlines in what is his first bout since splitting with Cwmbran trainer Gary Lockett.

For Newport bantamweight McGoldrick and Pontllanfraith light-heavyweight Davies it will be a second outing in Cardiff in the space of five weeks.

The duo will take to the ring at Ice Arena Wales a week on Saturday when Matchroom’s Eddie Hearn brings his NXTGEN promotion to the Welsh capital.

They are joined there by McGoldrick’s St Joseph’s stablemate Dan Barton, with the Newport super-middleweight set to face Portugal-born Yailton Neves over four rounds.

“These fights are like buses – I couldn’t get on in Wales for the last couple of years and now two fights come along at once,” said 2010 Commonwealth Games gold medallist McGoldrick.

“I’ve been to Vale Sports Arena and it’s a very good arena. Hopefully the atmosphere will be rocking in there on September 7 and the Welsh fans will show people what they’re about.

“Everyone talks about York Hall being one of the best places they’ve boxed and hopefully we can go some way to replicating that kind of cauldron feel on the night.

“It’s another moment that leaves me very proud.

"Fighters take a long time to get to this sort of stage but being with MTK Global has helped me lots.

“All my people will be there. Just like with the show next week, it’s a chance for them to come and watch me without spending the whole day travelling. It’s just down the road.

“While I’m excited about September, my whole focus is on August 4.

“Booking fights in advance is part and parcel of boxing and I know I’ve got a job to do at Ice Arena Wales first.”

Cooksey, meanwhile, who like McGoldrick, Davies and Barton, is unbeaten in the pro ranks, will have an even shorter break between fights.

The St Joes lightweight (5-0) challenges Oldham’s Taka Bembere over six rounds at Llandarcy Academy of Sport on Saturday, August 11 before heading to Cardiff four weeks later.

The hot summer of 2018 is now turning out to be a busy one for Gwent fighters with four shows in South Wales across August and September.

As well as those in Cardiff and Llandarcy, Pontypool Leisure Centre hosts a JE Promotions event on Friday, September 28.

Hometown hero Kieran Gething tops the bill with a 10-rounder against an as yet unnamed opponent, while Tredegar’s Ricky Rowlands enters the ring for the first time since last October.

The middleweight beat Jordan Grannum then and will hope to do the same against Pole Patryk Buczek.

Caerphilly lightweight Callum Busuttil, who hasn’t fought for nine months, takes on durable journeyman Jamie Quinn.

Chris Jenkins, Geraint Goodridge, JD Jones, Aled Cook and debutant Laurie Davies also appear on the leisure centre bill.