BOXING world champion Chris Billam-Smith is bringing a knockout night to Bournemouth Pavilion.

WBO cruiserweight world champion and Bournemouth resident, Chris Billam-Smith, will speak about his backstory at Bournemouth Pavilion on May 10. 

Hosted by Sky Sports News' Pete Graves, the show will see Chris share anecdotes from his stellar career which includes 19 victories, 13 of which came from knockouts. 

Audiences have been promised to hear about his early life growing up in Bournemouth, his fledging career as a teenage amateur, and his tribulations on his way to world champion. 

Afterwards, a Q&A will be held alongside an opportunity to participate in a charity's boxing memorabilia auction to help raise funds for Cure Leukaemia. 

Chris won his world title in May last year beating Lawrence Okolie in a majority decision at Vitality Stadium. 

Only ever losing one fight in 2019 against Richard Riakporhe, all signs show the two will meet in a rematch early this summer. 

Bournemouth Pavilion have teased the evening as the chance to hear the rematch previewed by the man himself. 

All ticketing, including a limited number VIP tickets for meet and greet, are available are available on Pavilion's website.