CHRIS ASTON believes Huddersfield boxers Burt Warren and Jason McCalmon have the ability to make title  challenges over the next  12 months.

The duo are both in action at  the Sports Centre tomorrow  night, when stablemate Tyrone  Nurse aims to extend his 100%  record to 18 fights.

Nurse, the British Masters  light-welterweight champion,  takes on Skegness star Ben  Lawlor on a show headed by  British super-featherweight  champion Gary Sykes.

While Sykes faces Bulgarian  Valentin Stoychev ahead of his  title defence against Gary  Buckland in Sheffield on  September 24, Warren meets  steel city fighter Dean Walker.

Fellow super-middleweight  McCalmon, who has won four  out of four so far, goes toe to  toe with Ashington’s Ian  Turnbull.

Warren, who has won useful  sponsorship from employers  Bon Marche, has suffered just  one defeat, in his WBC youth  world title clash with Hugo  Kasperski in Geneva last  November.

French fighter Kasperski has  impressed since, and trainer  Aston believes that in the long  term, Warren will benefit from  the experience gained in  Switzerland.

“Burt has a great attitude to  boxing,” said Aston.

“He gets his head down and  gets on with it, and tomorrow’s  bout is another chance to get  firmly back on track.

“The Swiss fight showed him  the kind of level he needs to get  to, and I believe he’ll do it.”

Warren, who has seven wins  and a draw alongside that one  loss, is seeking a second win  over Walker, having defeated  him on points at the Sports  Centre nine months ago.

Turnbull impressed as an  amateur, and Aston said:  “We’re looking for a good  professional performance from  Jason, and like Burt, I firmly  believe he has what’s needed to  challenge for an area or  Masters title.”

Tomorrow’s after-show  party at the Barking Spider will  feature big-screen coverage of  the Amir Khan fight.