Scottish flyweight star Iain Butcher says he’ll capture the Vacant British title second time around when he faces Belfast’s Luke Wilton at the Liverpool Echo Arena on Saturday 18th April. Continue reading
Following lots of speculation MGM Marbella is pleased to announce the signing of two more boxers; Derry Mathews and Iain Butcher. After lengthy talks both fighters who already train at MGM Marbella are now set to be managed by Daniel Kinahan, adding to his portfolio which includes Tom Stalker, Bradley Saunders, Anthony Fitzgerald and Declan Geraghty. Continue reading
After seeing his British title fight against current champion Kevin Satchell postponed due to an ankle injury, Iain Butcher (10-1) will continue his assault on the flyweight division when he takes on tough Ghanaian Isaac Quaye in an eight round contest on June 6th.
Butcher, the current WBO European flyweight champion, is relishing the challenge of the respected Quaye (25-5-1, with 16 KOs) at the Ravenscraig Sports Facility in Motherwell. Continue reading
After a controversial loss to current British Champion Kevin Satchell, Jerviston’s Iain Butcher (8-1) returns to action on October 11th at Ravenscraig Sports Centre and looks to bounce back by capturing the vacant WBO European Title, as he takes on tough Hungarian Gabor Molnar (13-3).
Hoping for his fighter to comes through, Promoter Paul Graham expects a tough nights work for Butcher “Gabor comes in with 13 wins, and nine of those are by knock down, so it is something that we have to be aware of. Iain has been back in the gym for a while and is looking forward to getting back to the ring. Continue reading
After a controversial loss to Kevin Satchell in July, Flyweight Iain Butcher returns to action on October 11th against Gabor Molnar for the vacant WBO European Flyweight title, headlining a packed card at Ravenscraig Sports Facility in Motherwell.
The Hungarian based Molnar, was a very experienced amateur and comes into the October 11th fight with a very impressive 12-3-0 record. His only defeats coming in a WBA Intercontinental title fight, a Hungarian title fight and a contest in Canada versus World ranked Tyson Cave at bantamweight. Continue reading
After a tight points loss to current British and Commonwealth Flyweight champion Kevin Satchell, Motherwell fighter Iain Butcher (8-1) is looking to make a quick return to the ring with a fight in early October.
With a few possible dates in October already looked at, booking a venue and date is proving to be the easy part, matching the 21 year old is again causing a few nightmares for his Promoter and Manager Paul Graham.
“Before the fight with Satchell, It was quite a task to get Iain any fights, never mind competitive ones that would give him experience. Now that he has had the television exposure its proving even harder to get him opponents for our next show.
“Going into the Satchell fight, I would have said that Iain was the best kept secret in British boxing, and after his performance in his last fight he really showed why people rate him so highly in boxing circles, and he defiantly won over a new set of fans in both the Arena and in viewers.
Not one to avoid challenges, Graham adds “I have tried offering a few fighters the fight with Iain, but had no luck with them taking the challenge for what ever reason.I have a few more that I am working on and I am confident we can announce something soon, but if there is any Flyweight out there in Europe who would like the fight with Iain, get in touch and lets see what we can do.