Unbeaten Fife boxer Connor Law faces the biggest test of his professional career when he takes on former Commonwealth champion Bradley Pryce later this month.
The light-middleweight’s fight with Welshman Pryce on May 20 will be chief support to Gary Cornish’s British heavyweight title contest with Sam Sexton at Ravenscraig Regional Sports facility, Motherwell.
Law, who turned pro after narrowly missing out on Commonwealth Games selection, is unbeaten in 10 contests (two KOs).
Pryce, however, represents a major step up in class for the Kelty man.
The 36 year-old has fought the likes of Chris Eubank Jnr, Frankie Gavin, Prince Arron, Michael Jennings and Billy Joe Saunders during an 18 year pro career.
Promoter Paul Graham said: “Connor has made a whirlwind start to his pro career and has impressed every time he has set foot in the ring.
“But now is the time for him to take a step up in class – and there’s no doubt Pryce represents exactly that.
“Pryce has fought at the top level for a decade and a half. He has fought for British, WBC, WBA and WBO intercontinental titles, and made six successful defences when he was Commonwealth champion.
“Connor has never been in with anyone who has the pedigree of Pryce, so he needs to be at his absolute best if he wants to continue his march towards at title fight of his own this year.”
The main event sees Inverness heavyweight Cornish bid to become Scotland’s first-ever British heavyweight champion when he takes on former Commonwealth champion Sexton.
Cornish has lost just one of his 25 fights, a first-round stoppage to Anthony Joshua in December 2015.
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