After a busy 2022, plans are already underway for more of the same in 2023, with several Scott Calow Boxing professionals getting ready to walk out into the ring in the first three months of the year.
On Saturday 18 February Taylor Greig will be taking part in an 8 Man Tournament in Solihull and, just three weeks later on Saturday 11 March, it’s the turn of Ryan Amos who’ll be boxing Kyle Hayward in Leicester in the rematch for the Midlands Area Super Welterweight Championship.
“Taylor and Ryan are both ready to get the year off to a great start,” said Scott Calow. “And that’s not all – details are currently being finalised for our next big Fight Night, an evening of professional boxing coming to Nottingham‘s Harvey Hadden Stadium on Saturday 4 March featuring pro debuts, new prospects and ranked fighters on an action-packed card.
“The first quarter of the year will also see Jamie Robinson and Joe Hughes in title eliminators too, so all in all boxing fans are in for three months of great fights, with plenty more to come as the year progresses.
“To find out more about all of the above, including how to book tickets to support the boxers involved, make sure you’re following us on our Facebook or Instagram accounts.
“And in the meantime, check out the photos below celebrating our 2022 End of Year Awards.”
- Fighter of the Year : Ryan Amos with 2 wins vs Robert Asagba and Serge Ambomo, followed up with a draw in a Midlands Area title contest vs Kyle Haywood
- Knockout of the Year : Ryan Amos with his impressive stoppage against Robert Asagba
- Upset of the Year : George Rogers picking up a win in the away corner on a Black Atom Promotions card
- Prospect of the Year : three-way tie between 19-year-old Marcus Ellis with 2 wins over Berman Sanchez and Fernando Valencia; DJ Tollerton with 2 strong wins over Cristian Narvaez and Jakub Laskowski; and 18-year-old JR Smith with only the one fight which was an impressive second round TKO of Dale Arroswmith
- Fight of the Year : Jamie Robinson vs Mykhalio Sovtus on Saturday 8 October at Harvey Hadden – Sovtus was swinging for the fences with his right hand and Robinson had to show great resilience and skill to outbox him to a points win
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