World Kickboxing Champ Sugden Ready To Go Pro

By James Eley: Chad Sugden is confident of transferring his world champion kickboxing skills over to the sweet science when he makes his boxing debut later this month writes James Eley.

The 21 year-old has enjoyed a glittering kickboxing career and is the current ISKA World and Intercontinental Champion at 72.5 kg. However, after turning professional at 17, and achieving all he has set out to achieve, the Newark fighter is ready to put his feet down and his gloves up.

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Rabchenko stops Aguilar; Clarke defeats Horton

By James Eley: Lennox Clarke blew away Richard Horton inside a round at Walsall Town Hall on Friday evening.

The Halesowen super middleweight topped the joint Black Country Boxing and Hatton Promotions’ show as he stretched his unbeaten start to life a s a professional boxer to 10-0.

Clarke came out at a ferocious speed had the usually durable Horton on the canvas with a sharp right hand within 20 seconds. The 24 year-old had his opponent down again shortly after with a left hook after measuring Horton up with a few jabs.

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Jason Welborn Ready For Macklin Test

Jason Welborn is ready to prove himself on the big stage this weekend.

The Rowley Regis boxer takes on Birmingham’s Matt Macklin for the vacant WBC International Light Middleweight Title at Birmingham’s Barclaycard Arena on Saturday, live on Sky Sports.

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Keates Keen To Kickstart Career

Midlands Light Welterweight Champion, Andy Keates, hopes his victory over the previously undefeated Luke Paddock will kick-start his boxing career.

The 24-year old was awarded a narrow 96-95 decision, and the subsequent Area Belt, after a breath-taking contest with Paddock last month. Now, full of confidence and belief, the Stoke scrapper wants to demonstrate his technical ability in preparation for his English Title challenge in November.

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