Costello describes Joe as "a slick, orthodox Frankie Gavin with a punch" and his gym mates include big brother Thomas Costello, former Commonwealth light-middleweight champion Jamie Cox and new pros Craig Willshee and Jordan Clayton.
Willshee is a promising super-middleweight from Swadlincote and Clayton reached Junior ABA and CYP finals with Chelmsley Wood ABC.
Trainer Costello says Clayton will be an exciting addition to the super-middleweight ranks. "Jordan is a mini-Tyson with a crash, bang wallop style," he said.
Ricky Summers is another boxer from Rowson’s stable who has an impressive amateur pedigree. He missed out on a place in the 2011 ABA light-heavyweight final by a single point and has won both as a professional.
The show also features Dave Egan and former amateur star Samson Sykes.
Sykes is a southpaw slickster from Hinckley who won gold at the Commonwealth Youth Games last year - and says he wants to meet Haroon Khan in the pros.
Des Bowater has a busy, crowd-pleasing style that should make him a fans’ favourite and Luke Paddock and Lance Brooks look to extend their unbeaten records.
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