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 →

BadBoy looking for top ten spot after strong performance in Chicago

Newark’s Bailey ‘BadBoy’ Sugden was back in the USA for the third time in just 14 months last week, flying the flag for UK kickboxing on the Main Card of GLORY 58 Chicago. The Suggy’s Gym professional made his fifth appearance for the world’s leading kickboxing promotion on Friday 14 September in what was an... Continue Reading →

Jade and Megan take gold in Grantham

Newark Amateur Boxing Club added two more Gold Medals to its name last weekend, when Jade Grierson and Megan Williams were both victorious in the finals of the East Midlands Box Cup Championships in Grantham. Jade and Megan represented the club at the Grantham Meres Leisure Centre, where over 500 amateurs from across the UK... Continue Reading →

Home Show 2 puts Newark’s amateur boxers to the test

Pictures by Gary Orgles, Go Photography - to see the full collection of photos from the show, click here Enthusiastic fans raised the roof of Farndon Memorial Hall on Saturday 23 June, when eight young fighters from Newark Amateur Boxing Club lined up for the action-packed card of The NABC Home Show 2. It was... Continue Reading →

BadBoy is all the talk after GLORY 54 in Birmingham

The world’s leading kickboxing promotion returned to the UK for the first time in five years on Saturday 2 June, when GLORY 54 Birmingham came to the Genting Arena. Headlined by two championship fights, one of which saw the Dutch King of Kickboxing Rico Verhoeven retain his title, the action-packed card featured some of Britain’s... Continue Reading →

Saturday’s setback won’t stop me getting back in the cage soon promises Regis

After a disappointing result on the card of ACB 87 at the Nottingham Motorpoint Arena on Saturday 19 May, Newark’s Regis ‘The First’ Sugden was quick to assure his fans that he will soon be back, stronger and better mentally, physically and technically. Returning to the cage after a second break following further treatment on an ankle injury which... Continue Reading →

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