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Jazza Dickens


Britain’s 122lb super-bantamweight division is presently awash with world class talent. However, names such as Scott Quigg, Carl Frampton, Kid Galahad and Jamie McDonnell hold no trepidation for 22 year old Scouse southpaw James Dickens. The lad they call ‘Jazza’ served notice of the audacious talent that had long been whispers about on the Mersey grapevine, when he gave the aforementioned [...]

Jazza Dickens aims to get back on track

Liverpool’s Jazza Dickens aims to get back on track for a shot at the British Super-Bantamweight title when he features on the big Aintree Racecourse show on Saturday 1st March. The exciting 22-year-old, who has a record of 15 wins from 16 fights, joins fellow Merseyside stars Thomas Stalker, Ryan Farrag and Stephen Lewis on the show which will be televised live and exclusive on BoxNation (Sky [...]

Jazza Dickens vs. Josh Wale on December 14th

JAMES "JAZZA" DICKENS' love of boxing is as strong as ever despite him falling short at British title level in September. The stylist southpaw from Liverpool returns to action on December 14 when he defends his English super-bantamweight crown against Barnsley's tough Josh Wale and he's counting down the days. Dickens was stopped by Kid Galahad three months ago, but hasn't let the setback dent [...]

Jazza Dickens cannot wait to return to the ring

JAMES 'JAZZA' DICKENS says he cannot wait to return to the ring and put right the mistakes he made in his British super-bantamweight title clash with Kid Galahad two months ago. The plucky Scouser defends his English title against Barnsley's tough Josh Wale at the Robin Park Centre in Wigan on December 14. Dickens built up a steady lead on the judges' cards against Kid Galahad, real name Barry [...]

Prospects In Action On David Price – Tony Thompson Bill

LEADING British super-bantamweight Jazza Dickens will be in action on the David Price-Tony Thompson undercard at Liverpool’s Echo Arena on Saturday July 6. The scouser who will challenge for the British super-bantamweight title later this year meets Nicaragua’s Reynaldo Cajina (12-16-3) over six rounds. Dickens (15-0) boxes Kid Galahad for a Lonsdale belt, but is taking a warm-up while he [...]