Nathan Heaney signs new three-year deal with Frank Warren

They’ve extended their partnership


Photo credit: Nathan Heaney Instagram

Undefeated super middleweight boxer Nathan Heaney has penned a new three-year contract with legendary promotor Frank Warren.

The 14-0 Staffordshire fighter recently hinted that plans are in the pipeline for a potential hometown show at the Bet365 Stadium.

The avid Stoke City supporter has won all four of his bouts under Warren since first signing under him in April 2020.

Heaney has won all three previous fights via knock-out or technical knock-out.

He most recently earned a seventh-round stoppage victory over Saladan Janjanin in November’s Birmingham clash for the IBO International middleweight title.

Now, with his huge following ever increasing, the 32-year-old has extended his relationship with Warren.

Signing on ‘an absolute honour’ – Heaney

“It’s been a long day on the road, but I’m very proud to announce that today I signed a new three-year deal with hall of fame promoter Frank Warren,” Heaney said.

“He has been absolutely great with me from day one, and so to re-sign with him and continue fighting on BT Sport is an absolute honour.

“Frank told me to let you guys know he is now putting the plans in place to create some historic nights for the Potteries.

“Thank you all for your support and keeping my dreams alive!

“You are the reason why I’m here, and please know that I will always represent our city of Stoke-on-Trent to the best of my ability.”

Speaking about his next fight plans with Warren’s Queensberry Promotions, Heaney said: “We have talked about some names who I would like to fight and there are some really good lads in there, but also winnable fights and hugely competitive.

“It is about building my profile as we go along because what we have in Stoke is unique and there are not many cases where a proper city just gets behind you.

“This is a story where you have got a lad from the small scene followed by 60 people to being one of the main people on Queensberry.”

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