On Saturday, October 19‪, undefeated WBC International Silver and NABA Canadian cruiserweight champion Ryan “The Bruiser” Rozicki (10-0-0, 10KOs) returns to the Centre 200 in Sydney, Nova Scotia, to defend the WBC laurels he won last May.  Like the great Mickey MacIntyre of Glace Bay, who won the Canadian crown over a century ago, fans are embracing Rozicki  as the “Pride of Cape Breton,” throwing their support behind the cruiserweight as he ascends the global rankings. The event marks Three Lions Promotions'(TLP) second fight show in Sydney, following a raucous,  jam packed arena in May. “We have locked down an opponent for Ryan’s WBC title defense,” explained TLP Managing Director Daniel Otter. “He has a big fight against Khetag Pliev in Hamilton next month which will be broadcasted for viewing through our Facebook live (www.facebook.com/3lionspromotions) for his fans across Canada, then we’ll announce his opponent for Cape Breton. It will be his toughest test to date.” ‪”I can also confirm that Kevin Higson will be back in action at Centre 200,” said Otter. “The crowd clearly enjoyed Kevin’s ring generalship in May, so he’s thrilled to fight in Cape Breton again.” Higson’s opponent will be announced in the coming weeks. ‪In addition to Rozicki and Higson, TLP is scouting talent throughout the Maritimes to round out the undercard. “I want local up-and-comers to get a chance to showcase their skills on our platform,” said Otter. “There’s clearly a huge demand for professional boxing in Cape Breton and the region’s fighters should benefit from that.”

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