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New GBM signing Danny Quartermaine will fight for IBF European Super Featherweight Title on his debut… while Bradley Goldsmith looks to follow in the footsteps of Prince Naseem Hamed, and Kell Brook

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  • Danny Quartermaine will fight for IBF European Super Featherweight Title
  • Undefeated prospect Bradley Goldsmith will be fighting on the undercard 
  • Local Coventry fighter River Wilson-Bent will look to return to winning ways

New GBM signing, Danny Quartermaine, will fight for IBF European Super Featherweight Title in his first bout under the promotional banner.

The 26-year-old will go toe to toe with Alex Rat on March 9 as GBM Sports host their first show in the Midlands following a sold-out event in Sheffield.

Quartermaine, who is known for his all-action style, is expected to have over 400 of his own supporters in the arena as he fights to become the ‘Ricky Hatton of the Midlands’. 

Quartermaine will need to put his best foot forward when fighting the man who went the distance with undefeated WBO Global Super Featherweight Champion Archie Sharpe.

Undefeated prospect Bradley Goldsmith (9-0-0) will be fighting on the undercard as he continues his quest to become the next world champion to emerge from the famous Ingle Gym – following in the footsteps of ‘Prince’ Naseem Hamed, Johnny Nelson, Kell Brook, and Billy-Joe Saunders. 

New GBM signing, Danny Quartermaine, will fight for IBF European Super Featherweight Title in his first bout under the promotional banner

New GBM signing, Danny Quartermaine, will fight for IBF European Super Featherweight Title in his first bout under the promotional banner

Meanwhile, local Coventry fighter River Wilson-Bent (15-4-1) will look to return to winning form in his hometown. 

The 30-year-old has a draw on his record against the current EBU European Champion Tyler Denny (18-2-3), and has featured previously on the likes of BT Sport and DAZN, against globally renowned stars Austin ‘Ammo’ Williams (16-0-0) and Hamzah Sheeraz (19-0-0). 

Additionally, Midlands Lightweight Champion Scott Melvin (8-1-0) will defend the title he dramatically won in September 2023 against local rival, and unbeaten prospect Ameen Khalid (7-0-1). 

Speaking about the show on March 9, Izzy Asif – CEO of GBM Sports – said: ‘On March 9th, we’re going to showcase what all of the hype is about. We’re looking forward to coming to the Midlands. 

‘This is somewhere I’ve always wanted to put on a show and it’s going to be massive. We’re expecting 3,500 people in a packed out arena. We’ve got two title fights, two undefeated local fighters competing for the Midlands Area title, and some highly tipped debutants on the show.’