On its own, the main event of Guys & Dolls II, Clash at the Cascades 21 is worth the price of its admission, says this Friday's amateur boxing show's promoter and matchmaker Dave Allison.
One of the featured combatants, George Vourtsis, has scored three straight knockouts and has only tasted defeated once.
He'll be facing the only man to have beaten him, when the two clash in the ring at the Coast Hotel and Convention Centre ballroom.
Rob Pryce is undefeated but will have his hands full with Vourtsis.
The two will settle the matter of who will hold the honour to be City welterweight champion. Vourtsis has held the title for about a year.
The winner of the main event should be in line to face B.C. champion Shawn MacDonald.
The B.C. title bout is expected to take place Dec 1. "The four-round fight should be an exciting one and looks to provide fireworks," Allison said.
The eight-bout card features a blend of male and female bouts including a rematch between Jamie Chadwick of Port Kells and Randy Hollett of Sunshine Coast.
Kyla McKenzie of Revolution with see the ring for the first time.
Gurp Buttar of City Boxing will rematch Tom Bennett of Port Kells in a welterweight match.
"This is one of those cards where every fight could go either way," Allison said.
Alisah McPhee is also expected to be on the card.
Guys & Dolls II features a bar service and free parking.
Tickets are available at the door.
Doors open at 7 p.m. and the bouts get underway at 7: 30 p.m. at the Coast, 20393 Fraser Highway.
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