Lambe to face Jamaican Nicholas
Andre Lambe will make his second professional outing against Jamaican Toriano Nicholas at the Fairmont Southampton on March 28.
Lambe, 24, made a scintillating start to his professional career with a first-round stoppage against Canadian Mat Hinchey at the same venue last month.
Nicholas, who has a record of 1-1-3, lost by technical knockout in his previous outing against Carlos Dixon, of the United States, in Kingston, Jamaica, last summer.
Meanwhile, Michael Parsons will fight on the same card against Jamaican Gregory Miller in another four-round bout.
Parsons lost his professional debut by a unanimous decision against Canadian Daniel Roach at super welterweight last month, while Miller has been defeated in all three of his professional outings.
Lambe and Parsons will once again form a triumvirate of local professional boxers fighting on the same card along with Nikki Bascome, who faces Jamaican Devon Moncriffe over eight rounds.
It will also be Bascome’s second fight in less than three months, having defeated Ryan Oliver, of England, last month.
For 43-year-old Moncriffe, it will be his first bout since being knocked out by Mexican Ricardo Salas in Kingston in August 2018.
Moncriffe has a record of 14-1-9 and has fought outside of Jamaica on four occasions, twice in the United States and twice in Canada. The 5ft 6in fighter won the Wray & Nephew Contender middleweight title in Jamaica in 2013.
Bascome, 29, will be looking to improve his 9-1 record.
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