Welsh welterweight Mano Lee makes his eagerly awaited debut on April 24th at The Rockingham Hotel, Corby, Northamptonshire on a top bill headlined by Heavyweight Dillian Whyte and featuring local talent Simon Barclay.
Mano comes with a good reputation and good amateur background, winning various National titles and competing against the likes of Chris Jenkins and Louis Adolphe. Mano was previously trained by his Mentor, the late Mario Maccarinelli (Enzo’s Father).
Now set up with trainer David John, representative Alfie Warren and Manager Andy Ayling, this young man is looking to take the welterweight division by storm.
Alfie Warren said: “Mano is one of the best natural talents I’ve seen in a long while and I know he will adapt to the pro game very quickly. He has a decent amateur record and has fought at a high level, but he could have done a bit better. Now he is more disciplined and training much harder than before. He is ready to make his mark and it starts on April 24th.
“With such a great team behind him, there’s no doubt he will go all the way,” he added.