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Haskins welcomes Iwasa to Bristol

By Lee Haskins: I don’t envy the task facing Ryosuke Iwasa next month. Not only does he have to fight me, he also has to fight me in Bristol of all places. For a man that has never fought outside his native Japan before, this could prove to be one hell of a hurdle to overcome. Continue reading

Haskins fights Omar Lamiri for the vacant European bantamweight title

World-ranked bantamweight Lee Haskins looks to steal the show when he faces Omar Lamiri for the vacant European title on February 21 in Monte Carlo.

The fight, televised by Channel 5, makes up part of the undercard to Gennady Golovkin’s WBA Super world middleweight title defence against St. Helens’ Martin Murray, and former European champion Haskins, thankful for the showcase, is ready to catapult himself towards a world title shot in 2015. Continue reading

Lee Haskins vs Willy Velazquez

Bristol Boxing Star Lee Haskins will box Mexican Willy Velazquez in a ten round international contest on December 5th at the City Academy, Bristol. The Mexican boasts a record of 17 wins with 11 knock outs and only 3 defeats and one draw. Continue reading

Lee Haskins fights for WBC International Title

Bristol Boxing Star Lee Haskins will box for the WBC International Title on the March 1st show at the City Academy, Bristol. Haskins who is rated #5 by the WBC will box Elton Dharry ranked #23 who is based at the prestigious Gleason’s Gym in New York. This is a fight that will determine Haskins a secure place in the top five world rankings should he win it.

Haskins has aired his frustrations of late that none of the champions will give him a shot at a world championship. He believes that the only way to achieve his world title dream is to force a mandatory position with one of the governing bodies: Continue reading

Dean Francis and Lee Haskins British title double header

Sanigar Events will make Bristol sporting history on November 8th when they will showcase a double headed British Title fight at the City Academy featuring Lee Haskins and Dean Francis.

It was announced today that Sanigar Events had won the purse bids to stage Dean Francis against Bob Ajisafe for the vacant British Light Heavyweight title. Dean Francis will fight for the title on the same show that his stable mate Lee Haskins is defending his British championship, this is the first time in the city’s history that two British title fights will take place on the same fight card. Continue reading