Big St Patrick’s Day boxing event promises top entertainment and plenty of surprises

Professional Boxing Entertainment have announced the card for their St Patrick’s Day show on March 17 at the BEC Arena, Manchester, which will see former world amateur bronze medallist Joe Murray top the bill – it will be broadcast live to 25m Unilad followers

Boxing fans can expect a mouthwatering card featuring unbeaten fighters left, right and centre. The card will be headlined by Manchester’s Joe Murray, fresh from his spectacular knockout of unbeaten Rashid Kassem in Denmark.

Joe will contest a commonwealth title eliminator in a show that also features unbeaten fighters Sam Hyde, Michael Gomez Jnr (son of ex-world champion Michael Snr) and Anthony Leak.

PBE have signed a deal for Unilad to broadcast live the event on its Facebook page and to its 25m followers.

A PBE show would not be complete without one of their after parties, and this will be taking place under the same roof with DJ’s and live entertainment until 4am.

Huge viewing figures demand quality production and big names and with PBE shows you get both.  Previous shows have been attended by Stone Roses favourite, Mani, Coronation Street’s Cath Tyldesley and Alison King, Bugzy Malone, Jem Lucy and a whole host of personalities from the world of sport and entertainment are expected to be in attendance this time.

Promoter James Lindemann says this show is going to deliver even more to the growing fan base of PBE shows.

“The card we have planned is being talked about across the boxing community and we have made sure that we have a few surprises on the night to keep the punters happy,” says James.


Tickets costs £65 for ringside seat and £35 for a standard seat and are available at

BEC Arena, Longbridge Rd, Manchester M17 1SN

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