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WANT TO KNOW WHAT’S HAPPENING IN THE MIDLANDS BOXING TWITTERVERSE?

HERE ARE 10 OF THE BEST

MOST RECENT TWEETS


No 1

Derbyshire’s Zach Parker is looking forward to his British Super Middleweight Title fight against Darryll Williams which takes place in Glasgow on 3 November.  And judging by the response to his tweet, he’s not the only one. 


No 2

Just as we predicted, the fight between Jason Welborn and Tommy Langford won BBBofC’s Contest of the Year Award. What we didn’t predict was that they’d use one of our photographs to make the announcement – which makes this an extra special tweet!!

Congratulations to both fighters!!


No 3

Who saw this one coming? Tommy Langford has joined the BCB stable. Wow!! What a great year it’s been for Errol Johnson. Paul Mann, Dan Mole and the rest of the BCB team. Roll on 2019 and Tommy’s forthcoming BCB debut. 


No 4

Nina ‘Boom Boom’ Bradley beat Feriche Mashauri on 15 Sept this year to become the Commonwealth (British Empire) Female Super Lightweight Champion. Don’t let that cute smile fool you. They call her ‘Boom Boom’ for a very good reason. 


No 5

Who wouldn’t want to meet one of the greatest fighters of all time? Those tickets are not going to be around for too long guys!!


No 6

We made the top ten with this popular tweet. Yes it’s informative and it includes some of our great photography – but the real reason this tweet is so popular is because of that ever so talented boxer James Beech Jr and his loyal, enthusiastic fan base. 


No 7

It’s been four years now since former English, British and World Boxing Union Champion Wayne ‘Mad Dog’ Elcock hung up his gloves. But the effervescent Birmingham icon remains an ever present on the boxing scene – which is really cool. 


No 8

This intriguing title fight is so hard to call. Unbeaten Beech Jnr (8-0-0) vs Louis ‘Flash’ Fielding (8-5-0) in a must watch contest that promises to be exciting and dramatic.  Who have you got?


No 9

Wow!! Great tweet. Great photography. Nuff said!


No 10

By the time he’d retired in 2014 fighter (now turned promotor) Carl ‘Cool’ Greaves boasted a professional record of 32 wins and 7 losses. He is now one of the biggest promoters in the Midlands and his latest offering scheduled for late November will be another hot event worth every penny of the ticket money spent.


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