In August, Gavin, world amateur champion in 2007 and possibly Britain’s best pure boxer, lost a narrow points decision to European welterweight champion Leonard Bundu at Wolverhampton Civic Hall – and he’s back in action there on Friday, October 24.
Hellraiser hopes Elliott Matthews, Lloyd Ellett and Aaron Morgan have come back from the Mayweather gym ready for a big season.
The three unbeaten prospects joined manager Mickey Helliet in Las Vegas for two weeks’ sparring at the Mayweather gym – and have headed home full of confidence. Continue reading
In what looks a 50-50 fight, Smyle meets Cello Renda in an eliminator for the English super-middleweight title in Whitwick, Leicestershire on Sunday, September 28.
Smyle steps up after winning Midlands Area and British Masters honours – and Renda is targeting another shot at the St George’s belt having twice been beaten in challenges for the middleweight title. Continue reading
Andy Bell is back to face Jason ‘2 Smooth’ Booth in a ding dong between former champions in Barnsley next month.
Four years after his last fight, Bell, the former British super-flyweight champion from Doncaster, returns to meet Booth in a six-round fight in Barnsley on Friday, September 5. Continue reading
The 2010 Commonwealth Games gold medallist aims to extend his unbeaten record in the professional ring to nine fights in Lincoln on Saturday, September 27. Continue reading
Hellraiser Promotions are staging a weekend of back-to-back bonanza of shows at the Camden Centre later this month. Continue reading
He’s been asked to find an opponent who can take KO specialist Arthur Hermann a few rounds.
The London-based German middleweight has walloped his way to a perfect 11-0 slate with 10 KOs and steps up to eight-round level on Helliet’s show at the Camden Centre on Friday, July 18. Continue reading
A hand injury has kept him out of the ring since April – and the 25 year-old from Islington is back in a six-rounder at the Camden Centre on Saturday, July 19.
Ryder is targeting the mandatory challenger’s position for the British title having given Billy-Joe Saunders his hardest test in a British and Commonwealth-title challenge last September. Continue reading
He won the ABA championship and could have gone to this summer’s Commonwealth Games.
He’s beaten John Ryder and Frank Buglioni and now the best British middleweight prospect you’ve never seen says he’s ready to make 2014 his year.
Away from the cameras, Alan Higgins has won all seven fights, aims to make it eight straight wins in Bethnal Green next month and says his motivations include amateur wins over Ryder and Buglioni.
“Those results drive me on,” said the 25 year-old from Kentish Town. Continue reading