News September 2013

Ian Lewison ready for heavyweight domination


by @livefight

Fresh from his two round destruction of Tom Dallas to win the Southern Area Heavyweight title, Ian Lewison is keeping busy as he fights again in just over two weeks at the Watford Colosseum at the Goodwin Promotions “Boys are Back in town” show.

Manager Steve Goodwin immediately contacted the British Boxing Board of control to get Lewison made mandatory for John McDermott’s English title which has now gone out to purse bids with the fight to take place by the end of 2013.

“I don’t want to sit and wait for McDermott. I want to keep busy and I am ready to lay another one out on 8th October. Then McDermott will be knocked out inside four rounds and then David Price’s British title will be my target.”

“I am delighted how my career has turned round under Steve Goodwin. I promised him over a year ago that I would do for hi m what Lennox Lewis did for Frank Maloney and I intend to fulfil my promise”

Ian has an International contest on an action packed show which brings professional boxing back to Watford for the first time in four years. Two other heavyweights feature on the bill with Hatfield’s Tom “not so” Little having his first fight since signing with the Goodwin’s and exciting heavyweight prospect AJ Carter looking for this third successive win.

“The Boys and Back in Town” is aptly names as the show is headlined by two local lads Liam and Miles Shinkwin who both have 6 round International contests.

St Albans Welterweight Danny Murphy features and the show sees the debut of the exciting “Lionheart” Dave Leo at Featherweight.

Tickets can be bought from any of the boxers or from or by calling 01525 851150

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