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 →

A new champion for Newark Amateur Boxing Club

It was Fight Night Friday in Farndon on 8 February, when Newark Amateur Boxing Club’s Home Show returned to the Memorial Hall for the fourth time with an evening of exciting and entertaining boxing featuring 10 of the club’s rising stars. With 14 highly contested bouts on the action-packed card, the event saw wins for... Continue Reading →

Chad celebrates Christmas with knockout performance

Newark’s Chad ‘2 Slick’ Sugden stole the show on Saturday 22 December, adding another victory to his record with an emphatic fourth round TKO win in front of a packed crowd at Walsall’s Bescot Stadium. Appearing on the card of Jingle Brawls, the Suggy’s Gym 24-year old was up against a dangerous and unpredictable opponent... Continue Reading →

Third NABC Home Show packs a punch

With nine young fighters from Newark Amateur Boxing Club lining up to showcase their skills on The Home Show 3, local fans were treated to another action-packed evening at Farndon Memorial Hall on Saturday 3 November. Alfie Briggs-Price got things off to a good start with a skills bout against the City of Leicester ABC’s... Continue Reading →

Chad celebrates return to the ring with unanimous points win

A capacity crowd at Nottingham’s Harvey Hadden Stadium saw local favourite Chad ‘2 Slick’ Sugden make a victorious return to the ring on Saturday 20 October, when the Suggy’s Gym professional made good on his promise to give his army of supporters a night to remember. Boxing at a slighter heavier weight than his usual Light Heavyweight... Continue Reading →

NABC’s weekend warriors back in action

With fights in both Northamptonshire and Derbyshire for three of its young amateur boxers, it was another busy weekend for Newark Amateur Boxing Club. The action began on Friday 21 September when Alfie Briggs-Price and Adam Robb headed to Corby. First up for NABC, Alfie took on Aston ABC’s Max Waterworth in a match which... Continue Reading →

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