Police pair too smart for Olympic opponents

It was two wins out of two for the Peterborough Police Amateur Boxing Club when they travelled to the Corby Olympic club’s annual dinner show on Friday night.

Connor Dane (right) on the attack against  Kashif Khan.

Raja gets off to a winning start for Police club

The Peterborough Police Amateur Boxing Club had three fighters in action at the Top Yard show and two gained impressive victories.

Mustafa Rafiq stopped his opponent in the second round of bout eight, which was sponsored by Kevin Sanders Promotions.

Top wins on a top show for Top Yard

Peterborough’s newest amateur boxing club, the Top Yard School of Boxing, put on a cracking first show at the Gladstone Park Recreation Centre on Sunday afternoon.

Jelisej Zaicev.

Police pair cop a couple of very impressive wins

Peterborough Police Amateur Boxing Club picked up a couple of cracking wins at a Saturday night show in Nottingham.

Alfie Baker.

Baker uses his loaf to outsmart Samson

Peterborough Police Amateur Boxing Club have one of the best 10 year-old boxers in the country within their ranks.

Another win for Jordan Gill.

FIGHT REPORT: Gill ‘The Thrill’ keeps on winning

Jordan Gill made it 18 wins out of 18 professional fights last night (October 13).

Jordan Gill (right) in action.

Gill keeps busy as he waits for his English title chance

Jordan Gill warms up for his English title shot with a six-rounder in Derby tomorrow night (October 13).

The Topyard team at the Eastern Counties finals. From the left are Hamad Javed, Omar Shaheen, Fazan Khalid, Mustafa Rafiq, Zain Shiraz and Bilal Javed

Top man Khalid takes Eastern title

A handful of local boxers were in action at the Eastern Counties Championship finals in Colchester on Saturday and pride of place went to Fazan Khalid from the Top Yard School of Boxing.

Burnley manager Sean Dyche.

SWANNY’S WORLD OF SPORT: Punish the cheats properly, make fighters box to a standstill

Burnley boss Sean Dyche makes a good point when stating penalties for divers, or cheats as I prefer to call them, are not severe enough.

Sam Barrorn in action.

FIGHT REPORT: Barron back to winning ways

Sam Barron returned to winning ways in London late on Saturday night (September 23) but it was a painful win for the Eye boxer.

Big fight action from Las Vegas.

SWANNY’S WORLD OF SPORT: A fraudulent smack on the chin

Any sport that relies on human judging methods is asking for trouble.

Harry Redknapp.

SWANNY’S WORLD OF SPORT: I told you Harry was past it, bad move from Rio, Koeman is a waster of money

There is evidence every week of the continued incompetence of those running football clubs.

Sam Barron with dad Gary (left) and trainer Jimmy Tibbs (right).

FIGHT NEWS: Barron hopes to get back on track at York Hall

Sam Barron is hoping to become the second September winner from Peterborough at London’s top small hall boxing venue on Saturday (September 23).

Cello Renda celebrates hos victory over Leon McKenzie.

BIG FIGHT: Cello wants a British title shot after winning the ‘fight of the year’

Paston puncher Cello Renda is chasing a British title shot after winning ‘the fight of the year’ against former Peterborough United footballer Leon McKenzie.

Cello Renda in action.

BIG FIGHT: Former Peterborough United striker is knocked out by a puncher from Paston

Peterborough puncher Cello Renda knocked out former Peterborough United footballer Leon McKenzie in their Southern Area Super Middleweight title fight last night (September 9).

Kev Sanders (right) with Steve Collins at the opening of his new gym.

BOXING: Room for more at Sanders new gym

City boxing guru Kevin Sanders has settled into a new gym at Woodston and is ready to welcome more customers.

Leon McKenzie with father and trainer Clinton McKenzie.

SOUTHERN AREA TITLE FIGHT: McKenzie believes he’ll be too classy for Cello

Leon McKenzie outsmarted many a defender at London Road during a sparkling Posh career . . . and tomorrow (September 9) he believes he’ll do the same to Cello Renda in the boxing ring.

Cello Renda (right) in action.

Title-chasing Cello convinced he can become the greatest

Cello Renda is convinced he will become Peterborough’s greatest ever professional boxer on Saturday night (September 9).

Jordan Gill won inside two rounds.

FIGHT REPORT: Gill is a knockout on his ring return

Jordan Gill made a sensational return to action at the Doncaster Dome on Saturday night (September 2).

Leon McKenzie and Cello Renda

Top Peterborough boxer to fight former Premier League and Posh striker

Top Peterborough boxer Cello Renda is to fight former Premier League and Posh striker Leon McKenzie.

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