THERE HAS been and there will be a host of activities on behalf of the Karis May Darling foundation. Lee Window has announced that he will take part in a charity boxing contest at the Circus Tavern in December.
Essex Police officers will be taking on members of the armed forces in a boxing show this Sunday, June 26, to raise money for Help for Heroes. The ‘Heroes’ boxing night, which is being held at Liquid nightclub, Festival Leisure Park, Basildon, follows on from the first successful event organised by Lions Boxing and Fitness […]
This bout was extremely fast paced in every round and tested both of the top girls fitness. Anthony give it her all and did not stop coming forward but,
the more experienced Smith was able to pick her off with very strong combinations and the experience of the Chadwell Boxer was evident in every round
with the rounds being computer scored as 6-2 14-4 19-5 with the final score of 27-9.
FORMER STANFORD-LE-HOPE boxer John Wayne Hibbert has come a long way since plying his trade in the gyms of Corringham and Stanford. Last night (Tuesday) his career received a massive boost as he appeared on the Welterweight Prizefighter series live on Sky Sports 1.
HORNDON heavyweight John McDermott gets another crack at the big time as he prepares to fight David Pryce in a British Heavyweight Championship eliminator. The fight will take place on June 11th at the Liverpool Olympia. The winner may well get a crack at the winner between Derek Chisora and Tyson Fury.
CHADWELL St Mary A.B.C are celebrating after boxer Michael Maloney picked up the title of “Junior A.B.A National Champion”. Moloney 15years 57KG of Biggin Lane in Tilbury boxed against Jake “The Snake” James from Northside A.B.C Manchester on Sunday 22nd May at Passion Nightclub in Rochester Kent.
Three Chadwell St Mary Boxers travelled up to Derbyshire on Sunday 15th May 2011 alongside six other Essex Boxing clubs to compete in a inter-county boxing challenge of Derbyshire v Essex held at The Festival Inn Trowell Derbyshire.
This bout the fourth of the day in Ring B had the crowds on their feet. Maloney dropped Ball in the first round with a fast combination of perfectly timed shots one of which hit right on the button to see Ball on the canvas. The courageous Kent boxer Ball took the mandatory standing eight count and continued to give a very gutsy performance in the next two rounds of the semi-final bout against our local boxer.
Mikey boxed against Jake Smith of Paddy Jones A.B.C (Bristol). Maloney set the pace from the off and didn’t appear to need to get out of second gear
as he landed succession after succession of fast, accurate , powerful shots in each round leaving Smith desperately chasing him for points.
Levi boxed against the strong Johnny Chicken from Golden Ring A.B.C for the second time. ( Lee secured a unanimous win on the last bout by out boxing and picking off the very strong brawler).
CHADWELL St Mary Amateur Boxing club won seven bouts out of a possible thirteen at a fantastic night of boxing at the Gateway Academy. Jake Wise 15yrs 54kg, Michael Moloney 15yrs 57kg and Matt McCarthy 17yrs 67kg all got walkovers to the next round the Eastern Counties finals of the Junior A.B.A’s to be held […]
The GB women’s squad is taking part in a training camp in Russia this week, alongside teams from Russian and Ukraine. Chadwell boxing club’s Nina Smith is part of the team as they hone their skills as they steadily prepare for 2012.
HORNDON boxer John McDermott scored a sensational first round stoppage of the much-hyped Larry Olubamiwo of Hackney and put his fading career right back in the spotlight. Scoring two knockdowns, McDermott got the TKO at just one-minute and 15-seconds of the opening session. McDermott may be rewarded with another shot at the British title.
The first round was evenly boxed with neither boxer claiming a clear advantage but in the second Redding produced some masterful boxing to take the second round. The Kent boxer Raines levelled the score up in an action packed third round that had all spectators on the edge of their seats. In the fourth and final round Redding forced a standing count against his Kent opponent and stunned him once again to decisively take the fourth and final round but once again the Kent judges gave the bout to Raines with a majority score of 2 to 1.
Hibbert, from Stanford Le Hope, has even temporarily moved in with landlord Jim Cosentino at the pub as he guns for a top title. The young professional, who joined the paid ranks two years ago, has been boxing since he was just 10, and has proven pedigree, having won national schoolboy titles during his younger days.
Lee boxed A.Ismali from Sweden in the first round of the competition and won the bout by a clear points decision placing him in the finals the following day against Denmark’s J Danielsen. Lee showed great skill and talent for such a young boxer in this bout gaining him yet another win and earning him “best boxer of the diploma tournament”.
Kieran Redding, 18, from Grays and Matt McCarthy, 17, from Tilbury fought at the Hutton Centre Brentwood in the Eastern Counties regional CYP boxing championships.
Matt McCarthy 17yrs 63kg had his first bout since joining Chadwell St Mary at the end of last season. Matt’s dedication to the sport with his strict diet and hard training certainly paid off. McCarthy boxed really well and outpointed his heavier opponent gaining him a unanimous points decision win by landing several heavy blows and a succession of perfectly timed upper cuts on his opponent Jack Butcher of Ferry Street A.B.C. KIngs Lynn.
First to box at The Worldwide Boxing Gym in the Bronx on Friday 10th September was Chadwell St Mary boxer Jake “BRAINZ” Wise who set the standard for the rest of the competition.
Jake Wise out pointed V.Vasques from The Worldwide Gym and Les Cooke (Billericay coach) stated “The boxing was top class and Jake Wise boxed out of his skin”.
“I also went to a training camp with Chinese training with them every day. Great experience sharing our different ways of training and lots of sparring in boxing conditions”
It now became a war of attrition until suddenly Mac went down in the eighth as it seemed he had run out of steam. He went down again in the ninth and on the second occasion, the referee Dave Paris stopped the fight.
CHAFFORD Hundred heavyweight weighs in against “bankable” Tyson Fury before their controversial rematch at the Brentwood Centre tonight. John is quietly confident. The fight is beamed live at 10.30pm tonight on Sky Sports 2.
John, 30 said: “Training has been going well. Working with Jim McDonnell has been great, We have been working on a lot more leg-work and tactics to give us the best chance possible.
CHADWELL ST Mary ABC’s Nina Smith won the female ABA championships yesterday.