Coach Clarke On The Other Side Of The Ropes

NATHAN CLARKE will find himself on a slightly unusual side of the ropes when he squares off with Nick Golubs in Stoke this Saturday night (February 18).

The welterweight, who hopes to pick up his fourth professional win, is a coach at South Cheshire Amateur Boxing Club and can typically be found in the corner dishing out instructions rather than taking them.

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Luke Caci makes debut on Sat.

LUKE CACI fulfills a lifetime ambition this Saturday night as he makes his professional boxing debut.

The likeable pugilist enjoyed a fruitful amateur career that included 40 victories (from 55 outings), five Midlands titles and a place in a national final.

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Hatton Proud To Train His First World Champion

ZHANAT “ZZ” ZHAKIYANOV personified courage and persistence as he shocked Rau’shee Warren to become Ricky Hatton’s first world champion as a trainer.

The Kazakh rallied after suffering two knockdowns in the first round to take the WBA and IBO bantamweight crowns in front of a large and hostile crowd at the Huntington Center in Toledo, Ohio.

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Craig Morris vs. Ryan Fields on Feb.18

CRAIG MORRIS (7-0) makes a first defence of his Midlands Area welterweight title on Hatton Boxing’s ‘Time To Shine’ show at Fenton Manor, Stoke, this month

The Ludlow boxer lifted the strap at the same venue back in October in a fight-of-the-year contender against fellow unbeaten prospect, Nathan McIntosh. Morris claimed a deserved 98-94 points victory to take the belt in only his seventh professional fight. It was a dream come true for the likeable 24 year-old.

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Mclaren Aims To Take The Roof Off Fenton Manor

British Challenge Super Lightweight Champion, Kieron McLaren, makes a first defence of his belt on Hatton Boxing’s ‘Time To Shine’ show at Fenton Manor next month.

The 22 year-old defeated Plymouth hardman, Chris Adaway, back in October, at the same venue, to claim the belt and defends it against a familiar foe this time around.

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Jobburn Out To Impress Hatton

OWEN JOBBURN is loving life as a professional boxer.

The former soldier swapped barracks for bag work in order to pursue life as a different kind of fighter when, after over half a decade serving his country, he made the switch from the armed forces to the paid code.

Two fights in and the 27 year-old, who is also training to become a personal trainer, is enjoying every minute.

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