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Tommy ‘Da Gun’ Martin Gets Matty Tew For English Title Eliminator

On October 11th, at the O2 Arena in London, St Neots Light Welterweight sensation Tommy ‘Da Gun’ Martin takes his first tentative step towards a domestic Championship accolade, when he faces Southampton’s Matty Tew in an English title eliminator, on the Matchroom Sport promoted MOMENT OF TRUTH, headlined by Anthony Joshua WBC International Heavyweight title challenge. Continue reading

Eddie Hearn Signs Rising Star Tommy Martin, First Outing 12th July On Mega Echo Arena Bill

Rising Light Welterweight star Tommy ‘Da Gun’ Martin has been signed by Eddie Hearn and is set to make his debut under the Matchroom Sport banner on the Sky Sports broadcast Mega event, at Liverpool’s Echo Arena, headed up by the WBO International Cruiserweight title clash between Tony Bellew and Julio Cesar Dos Santos on July 12th. Continue reading

All Change For Martin – Mayall Out, Mooney In For April 26th Title Fight

Following a well deserved Easter break Tommy Martin returned to the TRAD TKO for the final preparations for his upcoming title fight this coming Saturday, only to learn that his opponent, Ashley Mayall, had pulled out.

Tommy’s manager, Johnny Eames, was straight on the case and before Tommy had even finished his training session with coach Barry Smith, a new opponent had been secured. Continue reading

Tommy ‘Da Gun’ Martin Stops Ahmed In One

Last night, at the Stevenage Leisure Centre, in his sixth pro outing St Neots unbeaten teen star Tommy ‘Da Gun’ Martin dispatched his latest opponent, Luton’s Wagas Ahmed, in just one minute and fifty seconds of the first round.

Ahmed came off the blocks hard and fast, however the seriously talented Martin kept his cool, picking off the Luton man with ease as he charged in throwing big right hands. Continue reading

Sensational Teen Prospect Tommy Martin Back In Action Nov 29th

Back on October 18th St Neots teen sensation Tommy ‘Da Gun’ Martin put in a scintillating performance, to take the laurels against Ibrar Riyaz at York Hall, to make it five wins on five outings in the twelve months since he turned professional.

Throughout the bout Tommy dominated and controlled the proceedings with some seriously classy ring craft, which enabled the nineteen year old to pick off the highly experienced Riyaz virtually at will, to secure a superb 40-37 points victory. Continue reading