HAVOC IN THE HALL
York Hall, Bethnal Green, London
18th September
DOORS OPEN 1730 & FIRST FIGHT 1830

COVID RESTRICTIONS - In line with the currently government guidline, there are currently no COVID restrictions on the venue for attendees. Face mask's can be worn through personal choice is you so wish. 

Havoc in the Hall promises to deliver the action that boxing fans have been missing over the past 15 months. The main event sees Adrian Martin face off against Lewis Syrett for the vacant Southern Area Middleweight Title. Martin who is the slightly more experienced with a record of 11-1 against Syrett's record of 7-1. Both fighters have been eagerly waiting for their opportunity and on 18th September they both get their chance. Will experience pay off? or will the fresher man take home the strap.

The hughly talented William Webber looks to continue his climb of the Super Middleweight rankings, Webber one of the hottest prospects in the division has been flying under the radar but will have titles in his sights in the next 12 months.

Identicial twins are rare, identicial pro boxer twins are even rarer. But on 18th September you will get to see the Frimpong twins in action. Lewis and Courtney will certainly cause people to double take as they both make their professional bows. The title winning amateurs who are hungry for success have had to wait for their time.

Former solider Kane Morgan swaps bullets for punches as he makes his professional debut. Super Welterweight Morgan has a work ethic to match his ability and it will be exciting to witness the start of this journey.

Cruiserweight Ross McGuigan will step through the ropes for the first time as a professional and he aims to prove age is but a number. The 35 year old knows he can't take years to build his career and will be looking to move through the ranks quickly.

Pompey's Welterweight Bailey Donald looks to move to 3-0 as he continue his rise as one of the most exciting prospect in the country.

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