It is only just over a week until 21st November and the next Goodwin boxing show at York Hall Bethnal Green.
Some tickets remain at www.iboxingtickets.com
Topping the bill is a cracking fight which is an eliminator for the English Super-Welterweight scrap. The Ricky Hatton-trained Sonny Upton takes on former Southern Area Champion Ryan Toms over 10 rounds. The winner moves closer to a crack at the title held by Nav Mansouri.
Chief support sees the return of former Commonwealth Champion John O’Donnell as he moves towards a crack at the British title.
Sonny’s brother Pauly another of the Upton Clan has a tough 6 round contest again Zoltan Turai.
Former European Bronze Medallist Tyron McCullough has his first fight since signing with the Goodwin’s. Tyrone comes from Derry in Northern Ireland and massive things are expected of him.
Other fighters featured
“Mustard” Mike Peart is a protegee of Roy Jones jr. Mustard moves up to six rounds for his third paid outing at Super-Lightweight. Peart takes on Belfast’s Alec Bassa.
One of the most exciting Super-Bantamweights in the country Matthew Chanda looks to make it 5 in a row when stepping up to 6 rounds for the first time.
Sohail Ahmad has moved to 6-0 in the super Lightweight division and now has his first 6 round bout.
Jordan Joseph from Hemel Hempstead is only 19 years of age and is unbeaten in three fights. He now steps up to 6 rounds.
It is always exciting when Aji “The General” Sharif steps into the ring and he has his seventh pro fight at Cruiserweight.
Michael McKinson is an exceptional talent at Welterweight and he moves up to 6 rounds for the first time.
Middleweight Dalton Miller makes his return to the ring after signing with the Goodwin’s. Dalton
will be aiming for titles in 2016.
The ever popular “Goose” Andrew Joicey has his third paid outing as he moves up to 6 rounds for the first time in his career in the Super-Lightweight division.
Joe McCory has his second pro fight in the Super-Lightweight division.
The card is completed with the debut of the exciting Mark Little who takes on Moses Matovu at Cruiserweight