GWENT fighters feature on the bill when a selection of some of Wales’ top boxing talent make their returns to the ring at Vale Sports Arena next month.

Sanigar Events are presenting a night of professional boxing in Cardiff on Saturday, February 18 with Welsh welterweight champion Lloyd Germain looking to build on a highly successful 2022 in his home city.

With a potential shot at the Celtic title on the horizon, he knows there is no margin for error in a six-round contest.

Port Talbot’s Joshua John will look to make it two wins out of two after that close defeat to Scotland’s Mark McKeown for the Celtic featherweight title last May. He takes on the durable Michael Ramabeletsa over eight rounds in Cardiff.

Newport’s Nathan Howells also features on the show as he boxes in a scheduled six-round contest. Howells’ has had an excellent start to his professional career and has his eyes on a shot at a domestic title before the year is out.

Swansea’s all-action heavyweight Moses Jolly will be keen to extend his unbeaten record after a successful start to his professional career. He takes on Swindon’s Phil Williams over four rounds in his 3rd contest as a professional.

Mountain Ash’s Tony Dixon returns to a Welsh ring after boxing in Italy in his last three fights. He boxes in a six-round contest in Cardiff and will be eager to put himself back in the domestic title scene very soon.

Aberdare’s Joe Morgan enjoyed great success in 2022 as he ended the year undefeated in five professional contests. He boxes in his first eight-rounder in what he hopes will be the start of another exciting year, with a shot at a title looming large.

Risca’s Jake Tinklin returns to the ring for the 10th time as a professional when he boxes in a six-round contest. After falling short to Welsh rival Germain last year, Tinklin will be keen on bouncing back and aiming for another title shot in the near future.

Porthcawl’s James Atkins looks to extend his unbeaten professional record to 3-0 as he takes on Worcester’s Michael Mooney in a scheduled four-round contest. Atkins returns to the ring for the first time since last May.

South Wales Argus:

Newport’s Ryan Pocock boxes for the fourth time as a professional as he takes on Lithuania’s Genadij Krajevskij over four rounds. Pocock suffered an unfortunate loss on his debut in October 2021 but has bounced back with two solid wins against Seamus Devlin and Steve Davies, respectively.

Pontypridd’s Tom James will also look to extend his professional record to 3-0 as he boxes in his first six-round contest since turning professional in 2021.

Aberdare’s Morgan Jones makes his return to the ring after losing a closely fought Welsh middleweight title contest against Colwyn Bay’s Gerome Warburton in Swansea last May. Jones boxes in a six-rounder.

Tickets for the show are priced at £40 (unreserved) and £60 (ringside) and can be purchased from Doors open at 5.30 pm with the boxing due to start at 6 pm.