THURROCK boxer, Tey Lynn-Jones’ run of good form has continued with a resounding points victory against journeyman Harry Matthews.
THURROCK Boxing fans can secure the best seats in the house for the Joshua vs Takam fight live at Vue venues across the country
THURROCK’S Tey Lynn-Jones worked hard for a points victory on the MTK show in Brentwood at the weekend. It was a fairly straightforward encounter against the Lithuanian boxer Deividas Sajauka who has had 43 bouts in his time. It would have been easy for Tey to lose his focus as a scheduled opponent had pulled […]
GEORGE O’Leary from South Ockendon defended and retained his English super-middleweight title in style at the EBA boxing event, Civic Hall, Grays on Saturday 30th September.
THE RAGING Bull, Jake La Motta has passed away aged 95. The world boxing champion was immortalised in Martin Scorcese’s film in 1980. Back in 2009, we had the privilege of interviewing Mr La Motta.
ST CLERE’S student, Finlay James in Year 9 has had an amazing year in boxing. He competes at his age group and weight category, which is under 44.5kg, and has had some superb successes. He is the current Essex Champion, allowing him to compete in the Eastern Counties Championships, where he also finished as Eastern […]
FOUR wins out of four in what was a brilliant weekend of boxing for Chadwell St Mary Amateur Boxing Club.
AN UP and coming Thurrock fighter faces his next test in Brentwood this week. Grays middleweight Tey Lynn Jones is top of the bill on Friday at the Brentwood Centre when he faces a seven round bout against Brighton fighter Nick Jenman. It is Tey’s birthday, so he is clearly hopng it is a happy […]
AVELEY went down by three goals to one against promotion-chasing Brightlingsea Regent.
CHADWELL St Mary Amateur Boxing Club’s Kieran Desmond, 17 years U52 kg having already this season reached the National Association Of Boys & Girls Clubs Final, has boxed his way through to the national youth championship finals. Being held over 3 days at The Magna Centre, Rotherham, Sheffield
POPULAR Horndon boxer John Wayne Hibbert announced his retirement from boxing after being knocked out in the fourth round at Wembley on Saturday.
STANFORD boxer “John” Wayne Hibbert is confident he can lift the vacant Southern Area light welterweight title next month. The 29-year-old will do battle at the Civic Hall in Grays on Saturday July 19th.
STANFORD-LE-Hope boxer, “John” Wayne Hibbert took just one round to demolish his latest opponent at the Civic Hall in Grays. ‘John’ .Wayne, fighting out of Corringham, demolished the Czech Republic’s Michael Vostkoff with a first round left hook knock out.
EAST TILBURY-based boxer “Rockin'” Robin Deakin has lost his latest bout. The boxer now has the unenviable record of 51 losses in a row.
WITH a professional record of one win and 50 straight losses, Deakin has been under fire from national press, being proclaimed the worst boxer and Britain, even losing his British Boxing licence after the British Boxing Board of Control (BBBC) became concerned for his health.
TILBURY boxer Matt McCarthy has added the International masters welterweight title to his growing list of achievements.
Matt did it by winning on points against dangerous opponent Michael Vosyka at York Hall in Bethnal Green. The win was unanimous but Vosyka did cause Matt some problems, including breaking his nose (in the 4th round).
GRAYS middleweight Lee ‘Banjo’ Markham (8-1) picked up his first title with a 99-92 points win over Harry ‘Pocklington Rocket’ Matthews (12-7) at Grays Civic Hall reports news.boxrec.com
Markham (11st 3lbs) was topping the bill in his hometown against York’s Matthews (also 11st 3lbs), who was in his first fight back since losing on points to Chris Eubank Jr eleven months ago. The away fighter came out of the blocks quickly, throwing much more leather in the opener.
LEE ‘Banjo’ Markham (7-1) and Harry ‘The Pocklington Rocket’ Matthews (12-6-1) both weighed in at 11st 3lbs for tomorrow night’s British Masters Middleweight clash at Grays Civic Hall, which is being aired on Eurosport from 8pm.
Goodwin Promotions, in association with Robert Waterman, stage their first show for the channel. The card also features Cambridgeshire’s Tornado Tyler Goodjohn (7-2) and Dave O’Connor (4-4) from Plymouth, who both weighed in at 9st 13lbs for their Masters ten rounder at light welter.
Chadwell St Mary Boxing Club chairperson Sindy Overy was awarded a High Sheriffs’ Award at the Fennes Estate in Bocking near Braintree in recognition of the valuable service to the community safety in the country.
CHADWELL St Mary Boxer Levi Lee 14yrs 57kg won the National Schoolboy Championships for the second year running.Lee boxed against Connor Ward from Northside A.B.C (Manchester) on Sunday 3rd March at Everton Sports Centre in Liverpool.
HORNDON heavyweight, John McDermott was back in the boxing spotlight after winning the English Heavyweight title against Matt Skelton. Looking leaner and meaner, John won the fight at the York Hall in Bethanl Green on a majority points decision.
IT LOOKED all over after under two minutes when Horndon heavyweight John McDermott was knocked out by David Price last year but as Mr Price knows himself, it is a roller coaster in boxing these days.
The bout offered blow by blow entertainment and wow what a fight! Both fighters were swinging away at each other through the whole 10 rounds, I don’t know how either of them were still standing by the end of it, but they certainly both had their eye on the prize. Wayne Hibbert lived up to his nickname ‘John Wayne’ by coming out to the ring with the air of confidence John Wayne always had in his movies, he was focused and looked at the top of his game.
IT WAS a good work out and a fifth win in a row for Tilbury’s Matt McCarthy as he put in an impressive performance at Impulse Leisure’s Civic Hall in Grays. The crowds really showed their support for local boys Wayne Hibbert and Matt McCarthy who both had bouts.