In September last year, Samuels (4-5) registered a sixth round points win over Jones (4-3-1) at the same venue. This time they will battle over ten with Welsh honours at stake.
At welterweight, Cardiff's Francis Luke Robinson (5-1) takes on Tom Price (0-3). Trained by his father (and Steve Robinson, Francis restarted his career in December year with a win over Matthew Ashmole.
Cruiserweight Craig Kennedy was originally scheduled to fight for the Welsh title, but his opponent Hari Miles withdrew through injury. Kennedy will now be matched in an eight round bout.
Cardiff light heavy Lewis Patterson (2-2) returns against debutant Tom Lloyd of Barry. Patterson returns after a damaged left hand forced his retirement at the end of the fourth against Tobias Webb for the Welsh title in March.
Najah Ali (5-4-1) against Kyle King (3-3) will see friendship put to one-side, as the super-flyweights look to battle it out over six rounds. Rhondda's Ali and Cardiff's King have sparred in the past, but will got at it for real on March 14th.
The card will also feature Welsh prospects Aled Cook, Frankie Borg, Kyle Jones and Tony Dixon.
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