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Goodwin announces 13-fight card for London on May 16

Goodwin Boxing 29/04/2015

We are just over two weeks away from probably one of the best non-TV shows shown in London in many years.

16th May is the massive “Master Class” Goodwin Boxing bill featuring Seven title fights including four Southern Area title fights in a 13 fight card worthy of TV coverage.

With only a few tickets remaining this is the last chance to get tickets for what will be a sold out show on the night.

26 year old “The Genius” Jamie Speight has a wish come true on 16th May 2015 when he co-headlines the massive Goodwin Boxing “Master Class” bill at York Hall defending his Southern Area Featherweight title against Ian Bailey.

Speight has regularly travelled on the road to fight the best including Josh Warrington but after signing with Steve Goodwin, Jamie finally gets his chance to defend his title as the home fighter. His opponent Bailey is ranked above him in the UK rankings so this going to be one competitive fight.

The Speight v Bailey clash is one of four 50/50 intriguing Southern Area title fights on the bill with three masters titles

Adam Dingsdale defends his Southern Area Lightweight title against Prizefighter finalist Michael “Chunky” Devine. Dingsdale has only two losses in his career coming against current Interim World champion Derry Mathews and former WBO European Champion Stephen Ormond. Devine takes a step up in class after reaching the final of Sky Sports’ Prizefighter.

Philip “Quicksilver” Bowes (9-1) challenges for the Light-Welterweight Southern Area title against the unbeaten former Prizefighter Champion Johnny Coyle

Johnny Garton makes his second defence of the Welterweight Southern Area title against former English title challenger Martin Welsh.

The charismatic Danny Connor competes for the International Masters Lightweight title whilst Hampshire’s “Dangerous” Danny Goode fights for the Masters Super Middleweight Title.

Adam Salman completes the trio of Masters title bouts when he competes for the Light Welterweight version.

Two of Ricky Hatton’s “Upton Clan” Paul and Anthony continue their rise to the top with 6 round contests.

The exciting Light Middleweight Joey Vaughan (1-0) has his first contest since signing with the Goodwin’s whilst the show sees the eagerly awaited debuts of Andrew Joicey (Welterweight) and Mwenya Chisanga (Light-Welterweight).

Jamie Arlain (1-0) also has his first contest after a long year break from the sport and after signing with the Goodwin’s whilst exciting unfefeated Light-Middleweight John Cash (4-0) has a six round contest.

The card is completed with Dean Byrne (4 rounds) and David Leo (4 rounds) all facing selected opposition.

Tickets are available from any of the boxers directly or on line at www.iboxingtickets.com

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