The much-anticipated Western Alliance 21 event gets underway on Saturday from 6pm at the WA Italian Club in Perth, with a host of top talents on display.

The card boasts some outstanding Australian talent, including current Australian middleweight champion Wes Capper, featherweight sensation Nathaniel May ranked number 11 in the world by the IBF, and current IBF Australasian lightweight champion Brandon Ogilvie.

The main event will feature talented super welterweight Jamie “The Welsh Dragon” Weetch (9-2) in only his second fight after elbow surgery, tackling Queenslander Will Parsons (8-2).

The hugely talented Nathaniel “Cheeky” May (17-1), will face off against Filipino fighter Roman Canto (12-8) at featherweight as he continues on his march towards securing a World title shot.

Australian middleweight champion Wes “The Decappertator” Capper (17-2) takes on Japanese fighter Daichi Yoshikawa (8-5) in his first matchup under the expert guidance of top Australian coach Billy Hussein.

Talented lightweight fighter “Brilliant” Brandon Ogilvie will battle Thai based boxer Terdchai Doungmontree (15-7), after winning the IBF Australasian lightweight title last time out.

The multi-talented Lauryn Eagle (17-4) returns to Perth as the Australian female super featherweight titleholder. The former Celebrity Apprentice star faces off against Supawadee Kabournran, an 80 fight Muay Thai veteran and undefeated in two professional boxing contests.

Fighting out of the Cuban Boxing Club will be super welterweight Fano Kori (2-0), who will face up against talented MMA fighter “Ravishing” Ryan Gray who has seven wins in his career so far.

Middleweight showman and local favourite “Merciless” Mick Lance (2-0) will also square up against another MMA talent in Brodie Paino, who is also undefeated.

The final fight will feature the talented Kiwi prospect 18 year-old Alex “Sweet Hands” Hanan (1-0) who will face Thai born journeyman now Queenslander Pramool Boonpok.

Online tickets closed, Door Sales only now available.


*Card always subject to change without notice.