Richard Commey vs. Paul Truscott this Saturday, July 13th at York Hall
THREE TITLE FIGHTS featuring IBF African Champion the sensational Richard “Azonto” Commey 15 fights 15 wins 15 knockouts in a Commonwealth title final eliminator at lightweight.
As well as standard tickets and reserved ringside you can get VIP tickets which provide guaranteed tickets in the first two rows and a free bar in your own private VIP bar which will be open from 5pm until 8pm.
“Repeat or revenge” is the title for the chief support which sees an intriguing and exciting clash for the British Masters Heavyweight title where Ian “Layemout” Lewison (prizefighter semi-finalist) takes on Colin Kenna for the vacant title. Kenna beat Lewison in his last contest, Lewison wants revenge and his first title.
In a third title fight “Pretty” Ricky Boylan competes for the International Masters Bronze title against “The Hammer” Andrei Hramyka (10-6-3). The hard hitting Hramyka has won of his 10 fights inside the distance.
Miles Shinkwin competes in an 8 round contest at Light Heavyweight against Jon Anthony from Doncaster.
Heavyweight action with the return of the exciting Heavyweight Tom “The Bomb” Dallas from Kent. Tom has won 16 from 19 fights and has his first fight since signing with the Goodwin team.
Cruiserweight Robin Dupre (1-0) takes on the tough Paul “Maniac” Morris is a 4 round contest
Welterweight “Lights out” Luke Fowler makes a welcome return to the ring in a 4×3 contest.
Light Heavyweight Kevin Greenwood goes for his first consecutive win in a 6 round contest.
Making his debut is exciting Remel Scott-Pavelin at Light Heavyweight who has an International contest over 4 rounds.
For tickets call 01525-851150 or visit www.goodwinmainevents.co.uk or www.goodwinpromotions.co.uk
Anthony Hardy wins pro debut on points!
There was almost a promise at hand by Anthony Hardy (1-0-0 0 KO’s) that he’d get the win on Saturday night. He’d back up the investments by his trainers, promoters, and team put into him in the last couple years. He wasn’t going to let one of the most precious moments of his life fall into the gutters. Anthony Hardy fought past a hungry Matt Seawright to win an impressive 39-37 points decision in his four round attraction at Phil Jefferies “Summer Rumble”.
Over the last week, month, year, the thought of Hardy being a British level, European level, or even world level professional fighter has been inculcated deep into his mind. He knew that for people to not brush him off as just another hopeful young kid he needed to make an impression. Despite having Seawright stunned in round four he couldn’t finish the fueled veteran, who at times seemed to have Hardy in a knot – but that was nowhere near enough to stop a pledged fighter in possibly one of the greatest opportunities of his lifetime.
At the end of the night, it was clear that Hardy’s rolling, slippery; southpaw style would lead most domestic boxers to the same troubles of Seawright. While Hardy is not a man to hype and endorse himself he does look forward to the challenge presented by his local brethren and is confident he will be successful in targeting the regional, British and perhaps European titles in the coming years. For now he hopes to remain active; his return is being planned within the next month or two. More details will be released imminently.
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