Islington BC’s Valerian Spicer warmed up for her next international fight with victory against Welsh champion Charlene Jones at Merlins Bridge.
Sherif ‘The Sandman’ Musah returned to the ring after a six-month absence to seal victory for Islington BC on their dinner show against Bavarian opposition.
Islington BC light-welterweight Cherrelle Brown hopes she has given her international prospects a boost after clinching her second national title in Liverpool on Sunday.
Times ABC’s Zak Chelli gained revenge for his controversial defeat by Ben Whittaker by scooping a gold medal at the GB Youth Three Nations Championship.
Aarron Morgan believes he will benefit from being taken the distance in his successful International Masters light-middleweight title fight against Nodar Robakidze.
Aarron Morgan has his perfect day already mapped out as he heads to the Camden Centre in search of a first professional title.
Islington BC teenager Daniel Dubois intends to go one better than last year when he boxes for England at the Three Nations Championship this weekend.
Undefeated Islington welterweight Freddy Kiwitt aims to prove he is more than just a pretty face at the Camden Centre later this month.
It’s probably fair to say that Islington BC light-welterweight Rachel Holifield is long overdue a hefty slice of luck.
Islington light-middleweight Georgie Kean says he is putting his time to good use as he waits to learn the extent of a troublesome knuckle injury.
Times ABC middleweight Yahia Chelli experienced a rude awakening at his first England Elite Championships as he lost out to former Dale Youth clubmate Hamid Sediqy.
Nomadic heavyweight prospect Daniel Dubois hopes his latest move will further his boxing education and help him on the road to Olympic glory.
Angel ABC featherweight Mark Kuderovitch turned the tables on old foe Ilyis Kulane (Fitzroy Lodge) with a revenge win at the Boston Dome, Tufnell Park.
Times ABC coach Dave Ryan is convinced middleweight prospect Zak Chelli can realise his dream of boxing at the Olympics – given the right financial backing.
Former Islington BC captain Aarron ‘The Marksman’ Morgan is to box for the first title of his professional career next month.
Lion ABC’s Jack Farmer made a triumphant return to the ring after a two-year absence as the Hoxton club bade farewell to their old Pitfield Street building.
The father and son coaching team who produced international champions such as Michael Watson and Ian Napa have finally called time after 38 years.
Islington BC’s Alfy Andrews will box for a London title this weekend after winning his second divisional junior championship at Hayes Working Men’s Club.
Times ABC middleweight Zak Chelli is in buoyant mood as he prepares to head north in search of an England Youth Championships hat-trick this weekend.
Lion ABC’s Louis Isaacs is to turn professional and sign for promoter Frank Warren when he reaches his 18th birthday this summer.
Times ABC teenager Zak Chelli claimed his second successive England Youth Championships London title by demolishing seven-time champion Jimmy Smith in Sunday’s final.
Birthday girl Natasha ‘Nutty’ Rhoden maintained her unbeaten record with a polished performance against Anelle Massey on
Islington BC’s open show at the Boston Dome.
Aarron ‘The Marksman’ Morgan was delighted with his performance after completing six rounds for the first time as he dispatched Jan Balog on Saturday.
Islington middleweight Chris ‘The Bull’ Baugh is promising a more methodical style for his second professional contest after an “emotional” debut in November.
Islington BC’s Tyrane Wynter overcame Haris Najeeb (Fight For Peace) in the England Youth Championships to set up a repeat of last year’s London final.
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