Busy July for Hatton Boxing fighters

Nathan Gorman and Darryll Williams both claim victories, while Jake Haigh and Mark Heffron look to extend their unbeaten records

Hatton Boxing fighters Nathan Gorman and Darryll Williams have extended their unbeaten professional records after their latest fights.


Blaney Steps Up In Class

CHRIS BLANEY believes he will be on his A game when faces his toughest adversary to date in Dublin later this month.

The self-styled “Ginger Ninja” will lock horns with battle-hardened Englishman Nicky Jenman over six rounds at the National Stadium on June 24.


Evans Eyes Titles This Summer

SAM EVANS believe he’ll progress past the “journeyman level” and move onto title opportunities in Walsall this Friday night.

The 21-year-old returns to the Black Country in what will be his ninth outing in little over 18 months as a professional.


Jake Haigh Added To Manchester Card

RICKY HATTON’S super-middleweight prospect Jake Haigh has been added to Black Flash Promotions’ ‘A New Dawn’ event at the Middleton Arena, Manchester on May 27.

The tall Macclesfield-native stormed to 3-0 (2 KOs) when he halted Somerset wild man Bryn Wain in February.

And he’s itching to add to his record further in what will be his final four round bout before moving up to six round level.


Sam Evans Heads Home In May

SAM EVANS will return to a venue that feels “like home” when he appears on Black Country Boxing’s ‘Next Chapter’ bill on Friday May 5.

The Ricky Hatton-trained prospect stormed to his ninth victory with a one round blow out of Sylwester Walczak in February.


Nathan Gorman beats Dominic Akinlade

NATHAN GORMAN bolstered his experience and passed his toughest test to date with a comprehensive ten round points victory over Dominic Akinlade on Saturday night.

Gorman, boxing in his ninth professional contest at the tender age of 20, took charge of the contest early with clever use of the jab on the backfoot.


Nathan Gorman Hopes For Cracking Fight Against ‘Wounded Lion’

NATHAN GORMAN believes he will be facing Dominic Akinlade at his best in London this weekend.

The Ricky Hatton-trained prospect locks horns with the New Cross banger at the National Sports Centre, Crystal Palace tomorrow night (April 1).

And he feels Akinlade will be back firing on all cylinders following a shock loss to Josh Sandland over six rounds in February.