RICKY HATTON is predicting a bright future for new signing Pauly Upton.
The unbeaten light-middleweight joined The Hitman’s stable in Hyde, Greater Manchester last month and has quickly settled in, thanks in part to the fact that he’s now training alongside his brothers Sonny and Anthony.
Unbeaten Light Middleweight prospect Paul Upton will be back in action on next month, when he features on the undercard of TRAD TKO Gym mate Freddie Turner’s challenge for the British Masters Gold title, against Chris Jenkinson, at the Cresset in Peterborough on Saturday 8th March 2014.
Paul, who will be making his third professional outing on March 8th, certainly made an impact on his pro debut, beating the highly experienced Dee Mitchell by a shut out points decision, back in July.
Last Friday night Johnny Eames and the TRAD TKO Events crew presented their latest installment – aptly named BROTHERS IN ARMS – and too be honest it was even better than their previous ones, which I, as well as I am sure anyone that attended the first two shows, would not have thought possible.
As before matchmaker Jon Pegg ensured a night of exciting and evenly matched bouts, much to the delight of the assembled fans, perhaps not so much for Johnny Eames – the reason, well that will become clear, dramatic events of the night unfold, in the following report.
Besides the ‘in the ring’ action and drama there was also a highly charged element of suspense and intrigue surrounding the final fight of the evening, which ultimately led to the Shiya Ozgul versus Chris Jenkinson bout being sanctioned by the Malta Boxing Commission and not the British Boxing Board of Control, who sanctioned the rest of the card