BOXING: James Tennyson and James Fryers facing tough test in Tallinn

James Tennyson is aiming to make a big impact in Estonia.
James Tennyson is aiming to make a big impact in Estonia.

James Tennyson and James Fryers have vowed to put on a five-star show in Estonia this evening.

The unbeaten Belfast duo are looking to keep their perfect records intact when they take to the ring at the Seaplane Harbour in Tallinn.

Tennyson looked the business as he weighed-in yesterday and the featherweight - who is closing in on a shot at the British title - knows he cannot afford to slip-up against Sergejs Logins tonight.

“I am closing in on a British title shot, so I have to win here and look good doing it,” he said.

“Coming to Estonia has taken me out of my comfort zone, but that is a good thing and I am looking forward to the challenge.

“It looks like a great venue and I can’t wait to get started.”

Fryers takes on Ruslans Berdimuradovs and the lightweight is looking to make an impact in 2016.

“I want to end this year on a high. I have been busy this year and I plan to make it five wins out of five in 2015,” he said.

“Everything is going well and I am looking forward to putting on a good performance.”

The headline fight on the bill is the heavyweight clash between Finland’s Robert Helenius and Timur Mushafarov.

The show will be broadcast live on the internet and is available via the following link at15 euro on the night: http:/live.babahh.com/boxingnight