Important announcement re Fergus Taylor’s Midlands Title fight

Newark professional boxer Fergus Taylor’s Midlands Title fight, scheduled for Saturday 28 February, has been postponed due to medical reasons, it was announced today. Suggy’s Gym head coach Dean Sugden said: “We were informed by the British Boxing Board of Control this morning that there is an issue with Fergus’s recent brain scan. “It is... Continue Reading →

Fergus targets second pro title

Newark’s Fergus Taylor will be back in action at the Chase Leisure Centre in Cannock next month, taking on former ABA champion Luke Paddock on Saturday 28 February in a bid to secure his second professional title. The Suggy’s Gym boxer, who won the British Masters Light Welterweight title in March 2014, is looking for... Continue Reading →

Fergus just pipped to the post by Josh Leather

With only three weeks to prepare for the match up, Suggy's Gym professional boxer Fergus Taylor took on former England captain and 2012 senior ABA lightweight champion Josh Leather in a light welterweight contest at the Hilton Hotel in Mayfair on Monday 24 November. Pushing the pace from the first round, Fergus took the centre of... Continue Reading →

Fergus’s unbeaten run intact

Pictures by Rick Wilks, Primal Pixels Photography Over 80 members of the Taylor Squad were in Sheffield on Friday 14 November to see Suggy's Gym boxer Fergus Taylor extend his undefeated pro record. Fighting on the Men of Steel event, Fergus was up against the experienced and unorthodox Ibra Riaz in a Light Welterweight contest. Following... Continue Reading →

Fergus aiming for eighth pro win

Suggy's Gym boxer Fergus Taylor is looking to extend his unbeaten professional record on Friday 14 November when he takes on Ibra Riaz in a Lightweight contest at the Sheffield Ice Centre. The current British Masters Light Welterweight champion, Fergus is up against a more experienced opponent who has never been stopped. But coach Dean Sugden is... Continue Reading →

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