Bradley Skeete dominates with one hand to defend British title

Bradley Skeete retains his British welterweight title via unanimous decision against John Thain whilst using one hand: "My last few spars I damaged my right thumb" said Skeete after his victory The fight looked from the start the cagey affair it was always speculated to be. Much the rarity for Skeete he did not tower … Continue reading Bradley Skeete dominates with one hand to defend British title

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Scott Allan wins every round against late replacement Sergey Tasimov

Bantamweight Scott Allan deals with his late replacement opponent in style winning every round over eight. The Scotsman made a cautious start, careful not to rush his work against his awkward opponent. Slipping as he moved forward the 'Title Taker' whipped in counter hooks and uppercuts to the ever mobile Tasimov. It was evident from … Continue reading Scott Allan wins every round against late replacement Sergey Tasimov

Another early win for Keiran Smith in bizarre circumstances

Keiran Smith built on his reputation as an early finisher with a first round knockout over Sandor Jozsa. The Scotsman was just beginning to show his superior skills and variety over his Hungarian opponent when it was all over. A left hook/uppercut to the body which seemed to drift low left his opponent crumpled on … Continue reading Another early win for Keiran Smith in bizarre circumstances

George Groves butchers Gutknecht but can’t finish

George Groves dominates defiant German Eduard Gutknecht to defend the WBA International Super-Middleweight title but the finish eludes him. "I busted him up pretty bad, I’m surprised he made it to the final bell" joked Groves after the fight. The fight was ultimately won by the slick skills and ram rod jab of the Englishman. From … Continue reading George Groves butchers Gutknecht but can’t finish