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Left Jab promotions proudly present "Winter Warriors" 

Author: Michael Angelo Serra

 

image It look's like a early Christmas bash at the York Hall as Miranda Carter promotes an almost marathon show of ten fights at the spiritual home of boxing. Miranda brings a fresh aproach to the game and with the help of match maker Roy Hilder, has put a most interesting show together for the discerning boxing fan.

Topping the show, is Iraqi but now British based and with British citizenship Ali Adams a very good prospect in the future for honours at domestic level, with a nice build similar to that of Muhammad Ali or Tyrell Biggs, and I watched with great interest Ali defeat old trialhorse Chris Woolas in Mayfair this June gone and was impressed by him, however he takes on the durable Bobby Scott at heavy.

Also appearing at light middle are Nathan Weise, Martin Welsh and Ryan Toms who all are taking on Duncan Cottier, Ryan Clark and Steve Spence respectively.

I most certainly am looking forward to the Weise-Cottier match, as both appeared at this very venue on the same show in October on a Hayemaker show, Weise had to work for his win on that occasion against Matt Scriven, the tough journeyman while Cottier almost got into a pre fight skirmish himself with a so called fan in the crowd, luckily the afforementioned beat an hasty retreat by the time Duncan got out of the roped square!

At cruiser theres a couple of very good prospects in Leon "solid" Williams a hard punching type who seldom takes a backward step against Tyrone Wright, while fellow prospect Tony Conquest is back after recovering from swine flu, Tony impressed me in his debut here in September as he showed lovely boxing skills and a nice left jab to win his debut in style, he's performance that particular afternoon certainly belied that of a man having his only paid contest and is certainly one to watch!

Tony takes on Nick Okoth a tough experienced campaigner in he's second start thus far as a pro!
Also two other contests, one at light middle see Stanford le Hopes hope John Wayne Hibbert pitted against Matt Scriven, whom I mentioned a little earlier gave a great acount of himself against Nathan Weise, John who wears a cowboy hat into the ring will be looking to impress he's growing army of fans from Essex, another great little prospect is Peterborough's Michael Maguire who goes up against Pavels Senkovs a tried and tested type at super bantam, and last but certainly not least is Romford's own Billy Slate who showed tenacity and power in outpointing the useful Jamie Ambler over four in he's debut, out this time Slate boxes James Tucker at light heavy and so there you have it, a ten fight card that looks great value for money and what with Christmas just around the corner, what better excuse to buy a ticket or two for yourself and for the fight fan in your life and give them a early Christmas treat, so why not come down to the York Hall and watch ten competitively matched fights on a value for money show.

To book your tickets, please go to

WWW.LEFTJAB.CO.UK where you can book your tickets through a secure checkout, tickets are as 30 fo unreserved floor and balcony, 50 for Ringside, and 75 for front row {recommended}, and also the added bonus of booking online is that you pay no extra on what it says on the ticket, once purchased please allow five days for delivery.
Doors open at 2pm and boxing commences at 3pm, so why not come along and watch some stars of the future.
I hope to see you there