KIERAN Gething will take on Ireland's Graham McCormack for the Celtic super middleweight title next month.

The Abergavenny fighter will face his rival from Limerick on Saturday, April 27 at the famous York Hall in London.

Gething (12-3-2) was last in action in his hometown when he was beaten by unbeaten north Walian Sion Yaxley for the Celtic and IBO continental super welter belts.

It is a first fight outside Wales for the Gwent boxing stalwart since his York Hall draw against Jeff Ofori before the Covid pandemic at York Hall, which was part of the Golden Contract super-lightweight tournament.

McCormack, 36, has a record of 9-3-1 and is a former Boxing Union of Ireland Celtic middle champion.

South Wales Argus: SHOWDOWN: Lauren Price will fight for a world title in CardiffSHOWDOWN: Lauren Price will fight for a world title in Cardiff (Image: PA)

Lauren Price’s world title bid will take place on home soil against Jessica McCaskill on Saturday, May 11.

The pair will clash at the Utilita Arena in Cardiff for the WBA and Ring Magazine welterweight belts.

Olympic gold medallist Price is aiming to become the first Welsh woman to become world champion in just her seventh fight since turning professional.

The 29-year-old is up against a seasoned campaigner in McCaskill, a two-weight world champion at super lightweight and welterweight.

Price said: “The fact it’s in Cardiff is amazing. I’ve not boxed there since I first started out which was a good few years back now.

“I can’t wait to put on a show in front of my friends, family and Welsh supporters who have been great in supporting me throughout my career. “It’ll be an incredible night for sure, to beat the reigning champion in Wales and keep the world titles here will be some feeling!

“Jessica McCaskill is the current champion. She’s game, experienced and strong but I’ll be 100 per cent ready for whatever she brings on the night.”