Isaac Lowe trains with world champion Scott Quigg

Morecambe's Isaac Lowe after sparring with world super bantamweight champion Scott Quigg on Wednesday.
Morecambe's Isaac Lowe after sparring with world super bantamweight champion Scott Quigg on Wednesday.

Morecambe’s top punching prospect has been mixing it with the very best ahead of his return to the ring later this month.

The 20-year-old featherweight sparred with WBA super bantamweight champion Scott Quigg in Manchester on Wednesday ahead of his seventh professional contest in Sheffield on March 22.

The pair locked horns at the gym of Quigg’s trainer Joe Gallagher in Manchester with the Bury fighter set to defend his world crown against Nehomar Cermeno in a top of the bill clash at the Phones 4 U Arena in Manchester on April 19.

Lowe next steps through the ropes on the undercard of Kid Galahad’s European Super Bantamweight title fight with Sergio Prado live on Channel 5.

The Westgate Warrior was due to fight on the VIP and Hatton Promotions show in Blackpool seven days later but the opportunity to feature on the Hennessy Sports show has arisen after training with good friend Tyson Fury.

Morecambe’s heavyweight hope and Lowe have known eachother for several years with the 6-0 prospect spending time with Tyson and his uncle and trainer Peter Fury in the south of France and Manchester.

The featherweight has three knockouts in his unblemished six-fight record and last time out was a points victor against Kristian Laight in Blackpool in November.

He is now targeting titles in what could be a big 12 months.

For tickets for the Sheffield show contact Isaac by following him on Twitter @isaaclowe6.