LUTHER CLAY will headline the Bracknell Leisure Centre for the second time as he looks to build momentum after victory in his last outing.

Clay outboxed Renald Garrido on July 8 at the leisure centre, and will face Frenchman Yahya Tlaouziti (13-3-3) in his next outing on September 29. 

Promoter Al Siesta is keen to keep momentum with 'The Black Panther', and explained that he was excited to bring Clay back to his hometown after his impressive night against Garrido. 

He said: "I'm delighted to continue our great work in Bracknell. It's Luther's hometown and the response from our last event was overwhelmingly positive. 

"The people in the local area seem to really enjoy their boxing and the plan is to build a truly great destination for fight fans. 

"Again we will be involving many talented local fighters on the card and bring to the great people of Bracknell a hugely entertaining night of fights. 

"As for Luther, we have huge plans for him, he's in a good place mentally and physically and he responded very well to the pressure of being the headline fighter. Previously I have taken Luther all over Europe and Russia to start his education in boxing, now it's time to build his base in his hometown."

On the undercard, George Lamport, Sam Horsfall, Aaron Collins and Rohan Date will all feature, having all appeared on the last Bracknell card.