Chapel boxer Jack Massey has announced he will return to action later this month as he prepares to end the year with a trio of fights.
Massey was last in action at the MEN Arena in Manchester in June when he beat Ian Tims to maintain extend his undefeated pro record which now stands at 14 wins.
That night saw him compete on the undercard of Tyson Fury’s return to the sport, and he is now preparing to return to the same venue where he will be on the undercard of the Carl Frampton v Josh Warrington IBF world featherweight title bout in December.
His next fight will be against an as yet unnamed opponent at the Wythenshawe Forum on September 28.
Massey said: “This is a fight organised to keep me fresh and be a key part of the preparations for December.
“I’ve got a few potential names out there when it comes to opponents but we’re not certain as yet who it will be.
“I’m then aiming for another title fight in November so it would be good to get some titles under my belt.
“I’ve been in the gym since beating Ian Tims and had to nurse a bit of an injury but I’m in good shape.”
Massey says his experience on the Fury undercard was one he was thrilled by and it’s given him an appetite for more.
He said: “Those kinds of nights are inspiring and I want to be part of plenty more as it’s given me a real taste for it.
“I’d boxed there before but not in front of a crowd that big and I’m hoping there will be a similar number of people there in December.”