John Wayne Hibbert and Tommy Martin say their Commonwealth and WBC International Super-Lightweight clash will steal the show on Saturday night at the Copper Box Arena in London’s Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, live on Sky Sports.
Tommy Martin says he’ll prove age is nothing but a number by taking the Commonwealth and WBC International Super-Lightweight title from John Wayne Hibbert at the Copper Box Arena in London’s Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park on January 30, live on Sky Sports.
Hearn, Matchroom Sport promoted CAPITAL PUNISHMENT mega show, at the O2 Arena in Greenwich, London.
Tommy, who’s just twenty years of age, has already amassed a career record of ten bouts, ten wins and three of those victories came by way of stoppage finishes.
Tommy Martin says he’ll prove right the adage ‘if you are good enough, you are old enough’ when he challenges Ricky Boylan for the vacant English Light Welterweight title at The O2 on January 31, live on Sky Sports.
The TRAD TKO Boxing Gym in Canning Town, deep in the heart of London’s East End, is always a hive of activity, no surprise having over forty pro boxers based there, but this month it’s buzzing even more than usual, due to three of the stars that train there being in Championship action in the coming weeks.
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.
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.
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.