Fight Results

Robbie Turley achieves decade long dream with Commonwealth KO

Cefn Fforest’s Robbie Turley (18-6, 4KO) achieved a decade long dream by stopping Lincolnshire’s Bobby Jenkinson (10-3-1, 2KO) in nine rounds to win a major domestic title. The super-bantamweight headlined

Kristian Touze sees off late replacement Adam Bannister

Last night, Swansea’s skilful southpaw Kristian Touze (2-0) witnessed the unpredictable realities of the small hall scene by receiving a stern test from a late replacement Ultimately, Touze was too

JJ Evans gains experience with win against ambitious Warburton

Cardiff’s super-welterweight Jamie ‘JJ’ Evans (4-0) gained valuable experience against an ambitious William Warburton (23-108-9, 4KO), who has often been a bogey man for Welsh prospects. The 21-year-old took a

Stuart Brewer and Ricky Rowlands get the ball rolling for new era at Arthur’s Gym

2002 Commonwealth Games gold medalist Jamie Arthur has amassed an ambitious crop of new professionals to join the paid code and they got the ball rolling last night at the

Gwynne and McGoldrick give double delight for St Joes

This weekend, there was double delight for St Joseph’s Boxing Club in Newport as two of their prospects gained shut-out wins. Trelewis’ Gavin Gwynne (4-0) has his eyes on a

Dorian Darch drops controversial decision to Chris Healy

While the headline attraction to Sanigar Events’ ‘Crunch Time’ show in Merthyr Tydfil was clear cut, the Chief Supporting contest ended on a controversial note. Aberdare’s Dorian Darch (12-4, 1KO)

Tony Dixon destroys Mike Jones in 100 seconds to win Welsh title

Mountain Ash’s Tony Dixon (9-1, 3KO) destroyed Wrexham’s Mike Jones (2-3) in 100 seconds to become the new Welsh champion. The 24-year-old super-welterweight wasted no time in scoring three sickening

Lee Selby shreds ring rust with stoppage of Spaniard Andoni Gago

Barry Town’s Lee Selby (24-1, 9KO) ended an 11-month spell of inactivity with a ninth round stoppage of Spain’s Andoni Gago (16-3-2, 5KO). It was a sharp start for the

Jay Harris collects Commonwealth crown in 10th pro contest

Last night, Swansea’s new star Jay Harris (10-0, 6KO) collected the Commonwealth title in just his 10th professional fight. It came courtesy of a well-earned Unanimous Decision points win against

Road warrior Henry Janes with back-to-back wins for the first time in 12 years

Cardiff’s Henry Janes (9-20, 1KO) secured back-to-back wins for the first time in 12 years with an upset of Barry Town’s previously unbeaten Jason Sillett (5-1, 1KO). Referee Martin Williams