2 Slick smashes up the rankings into Britain’s top 10 Light Heavyweights

A packed Harvey Hadden Stadium saw Newark’s Chad Sugden win the biggest fight of his pro boxing career so far on Saturday 6 July. The Suggy’s Gym Light Heavyweight defeated former Commonwealth champion Luke Blackledge in the eight-round Main Event on the card of BRAGGING RIGHTS, a victory which saw Chad rocket up to number... Continue Reading →

2 Slick now faces Number 9 in Britain

In a last-minute change to the bill for BRAGGING RIGHTS at Nottingham’s Harvey Hadden Stadium on Saturday 6 July, Chad will now face Lancashire-based Luke Blackledge in an 8-round Light Heavyweight Main Event. Ranked Number 9 in the UK and a former Commonwealth champion, Luke replaces Chad's original opponent Sebastian Slusarczyk, who has been forced... Continue Reading →

Counting down to BRAGGING RIGHTS

With just over two weeks to go till BRAGGING RIGHTS, Chad is heading into the final stages of the training camp for his first pro boxing title bout. He goes head to head with Sebastian Slusarczyk for the Midlands Light Heavyweight Championship title at the Harvey Hadden Stadium in Nottingham on Saturday 6 July. Check out what he had to... Continue Reading →

An action-packed weekend for Suggy’s Gym and NABC

In a weekend which saw two professionals and three amateurs representing Newark-based Suggy’s Gym in the ring, coaches, fighters and supporters travelled to The Netherlands, to West Sussex and closer to home to Bingham between Friday 17 and Sunday 19 May. The three days saw professional kickboxer Bailey ‘The British Bulldog’ Sugden make his seventh... Continue Reading →

Regis sets his sights on second victory

  Just two months after making his professional debut, Newark’s Regis ‘The First’ Sugden will be moving up a gear when he boxes again on Saturday 18 May. Featuring on the card of The REAL Prospects at Bingham Leisure Centre, the Suggy’s Gym 23-year old will be looking to add a second victory to his... Continue Reading →

Regis gets off to winning start

Newark’s Regis ‘The First’ Sugden started as he means to go on when he made his professional boxing debut on Saturday 16 March on the card of NO HYPE REQUIRED. Over 150 of the 23-year old’s supporters were at Nottingham’s Harvey Hadden Stadium to support him in the latest stage of his career, cheering him... Continue Reading →

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