Josh Goodwin for Goodwin Sports promotes the final Goodwin card of the season with a mouth watering 17 fight card “Independence Day” at York Hall on 4th July 2015.
In typical Goodwin fashion a value for money card for fans starts at 5pm and is not expected to finish until nearly Midnight.
Top of the bill is the eagerly awaited rematch between Freddie Turner (holder) and Kris Agyei-Dua (Challenger) for the Southern Area Light-Middleweight title. The fight reached an unsatisfactory ending first time around after the referee adjudicated there had been an accidental clash of heads. This return match will sort things out once and for all.
The support to this title fight is outstanding.
Everyone loves Heavyweight boxing and the show has two Heavyweight bouts.
AJ Carter (6-1) returns to the ring under a new trainer, Richard Williams, looking to re-establish himself as a serious contender.
Dominic Akinlade is unbeaten in three fights and looks to build momentum towards his title aspirations.
“The Machine” Rakeem “the Noble” Ashaye has 8 wins from 8 contests and takes on potentially his toughest test to date when he takes on teak tough Lee Connelly over 8 rounds.
Tilbury’s Matt McCarthy has won 11 from 12 bouts and is closing in on Southern Area/English titles. Matt has an 8 round International contest.
Former Southern Area title challenger and current British Masters Champion Ryan “Crash Bang” Taylor looks to maintain his 100% record since signing with the Goodwin’s and moving up to Light-Welterweight. Ryan is closing in on another area or English title shot and takes part in a 6 round International contest at his new weight.
Explosive Cruiserweight Biola Kudus 2 fights two wins 2 stoppages has his third paid contest. Dont blink!
Matchroom’s former ABA Champion Reece Belotti has his second paid contest in the Super-Featherweight division.
Former Southern Area title challenger Jack “13” Morris has a Light-Heavyweight contest in preparation for his forthcoming contest for the Southern Area title.
“Superman” Louie Darling 1-0 has his second professional contest dropping down to Cruiserweight. He faces Preston’s tough Paul Morris.
Two of the countries top Cruiserweight prospects make their professional debuts Ossie Jervier and Nick Parpa, against unconfirmed opponents.
Everyone is looking forward to the debut of former amateur star Ollie Pattison at Light-Heavyweight. Ollie trained by his father Mark is looking forward to demonstrating he will be a force in his division.
Another exciting debutant is Bradley Smith from Cambridge. Bradley was an exceptional amateur and will be eager to impress his army of fans in his Super-Featherweight debut.
Hemel Hempstead’s Mickey Diggin built himself a big reputation is the unpaid ranks and makes his pro debut in a 4 round Super-Featherweight contest.
Finally the exciting Scott Douglas takes on current British Masters Champion James Conroy at Super-Middleweight.
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What a night to close the Goodwin boxing season.
See the press conference here