CITY promoter Alex Morrison has ordered Gorbals fight prodigy Jon Slowey to send out a message when he faces James Ancliff on Saturday night's Gorbals Leisure Centre card.
Slowey defeated the Aber-donian on points back in March on the under card of Ricky Burns' title victory over Paulus Moses.
But now big Alex is looking for the highly-rated Glaswegian to go one better in his rematch with Ancliff as Slowey looks to take his unbeaten record to nine.
Morrison said: "I am looking for Jon to take his performance level up a notch and really do a number on Ancliff this time.
"Jon is a Gorbals boy and this is a Gorbals card and I am expecting the type of performance that will make his home support proud of him.
"Ancliff will be out for revenge and that will make him doubly determined and if Jon can repeat his victory at Braehead and lift it a level then that would make a real statement."
Another of the Morrison stable's highly rated punchers, Michael Roberts will face Michael Harvey as he looks to take his unbeaten run to eight and Alex is confident of delivering value for money on the six-fight card.
He said: "Every fight on the card features good developing local talent which is what these shows are all about. These young guys like Slowey and Roberts are the next generation of emerging Scottish professional fight talent."
Tickets for Saturday night's show are available on 0141-554 0000/7777 priced £45 and £60 with former heavyweight cham-pion Frank Bruno guest of honour.
Meanwhile, Frank Warren has defended his decision to pit Dereck Chisora against David Haye in a heavyweight grudge match.
Warren, who manages Chisora, confirmed yesterday the Londoner will face Haye in a fight to be staged at West Ham's Upton Park ground on July 14.