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Connor Penn, son of former world champion Nigel Bean, returns to the ring in April when he takes on Samuel Vargas.

Benn is undefeated in 17 pro fights yet and Sebastian watched Formula last November.

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Connor Ben insults Samuel Vargas in April

He will now defend his continental welterweight title at the WBA in London against Canadian Colombian Vargas.

Vargas has faced players like Amir Khan and Errol Spence Jr. in the past and lost to Virgil Ortiz Junior last summer.

It has a record number of 31 and six and should have been a good test for Benn.

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This 10-round welterweight match will take place on Saturday 10 April.

He is expected to walk in the ring 10:30 pm UK time But it will depend on the results of the bottom card.

Tonight’s events will be broadcast on Sky Sports Arena from 7 PM and on Sky Sports Main Event from 10 PM.

Sky Sports customers can broadcast it live through the Sky app using mobile devices, tablets or computers.

You can also purchase the Sky Sports Day Pass from NowTV for £ 9.99.

Benn v Vargas: Undercard Conor Benn v Samuel Vargas – for WBA Continental Welterweight Title Shannon Courtenay v Ebanie Bridges – for WBA Women’s Bantamweight Title Savannah Marshall v Femke Hermans – for WBO Women’s Middlewe Title Ukashir Farooq v TBA John Hedges v TBA

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Watch Connor Benn who unbeaten Sebastian Formula last November Ben Vargas: What was said?

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Connor Bean: “Vargas brings a real threat and I’m really excited.

“He is the man who put it down [Amir] Khan on the bridge and fighter who was with Errol Spence.

“It’s definitely going to turn up the heat on April 10, and I’m going to match fire with fire – so it’s got to be explosive.”

“Growing up with my dad, I was naturally drawn to the sport of boxing.

Once I felt confident in my boxing abilities, it fit naturally.

“My father was always there with me with words of encouragement or criticism when needed, but he also allowed me to leave my own impression of the sport and take a back seat when needed.”

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