The accomplished Parry is one of Kent’s outstanding talents and has recently appointed Terry Steward (part of James Degale’s team) to work as head coach alongside his father who has been with him from the start.
Parry takes on a live opponent Dwayne Sheldon who is coming off a 2nd round knock out win over James Montgomery in Walsall and wants Parry to be his second KO win in a row.
Alongside Parry at York Hall this Saturday tow of Kent’s finest compete for titles on this mouth watering show. Jack Morris takes on Kelvin Young for the Southern Area Light-Heavyweight crown and Josh Kennedy from Folkestone takes on Rogowski from Poland for the International Challenge Belt at Super-Bantamweight.
The show has two further title fights in Wadi “Macho Man” Camacho v Kelvin Young for the Southern Area Cruiserweight strap and the big grudge Super-Middleweight British Challenge belt match up where England meats Scotland in the shape of Dalton Miller v John McCallum.
With 19 bouts in total the show starts at 3pm and will finish late into the night. See www.goodwinboxing.co.uk for the full running order and line up. For tickets please call Neil Parry on 07885 213934 or visit www.iboxingtickets.com