York Hall, Bethnal Green
17th September
Once again Goodwin Boxing in partnership with Guildford City Boxing Club bring you a whole day of Boxing. This will be two seperate shows. One amateur show (The Future 2) which will run in the afternoon under the guise of the England Boxing and then the evening GB Fight Series 10 will take placed licensed by the BBBofC. 

Tickets will be available for both events. Either Amateur show only, Pro show only or a dual ticket which allows access to both. 

THE FUTURE 2 (Amateur Show)
Details for the amateur show and tickets for this event are will be on sale soon.

GB FIGHT SERIES 10 (Professional Show)
There is some serious talent on show on the 10th edition of GB Fight Series and some of these will soon have titles around their waists. Former Southern Area Champion & WBC International Challenger Mikey Sakyi returns and looks to put himself back into title contention as he comes back to a 6 round contest and his first since 2019.

Unbeated Mitchell Frearson will fight for the first time as a Goodwin Fighter as he hopes to edge closer to the Southern Area title shot. The 6-0-1 fighter from Hornchurch will take part in his 3rd six round contest and will be looking to continue his unbeaten form . 

Fan favourite Brandan Olbrechts returns off the back of his most impressive display last time out when he halted Michael Mooney in round two. Olbrechts showed more control and more power in his 3rd pro fight and he will hope to build on that as he steps up to 6 rounds for the first time.

Natural Cruiserweight Jake Caswell hopes to right the wrong as he takes on Heavyweight Phil WIlliams once again after losing out last time. Caswell the more polished and skilled boxer thought he had done enough to take the victory back in March. But they will do it once more and Caswell will be confident he can walk away with the W this time.

Another Cruiserweight Ross McGuigan returns looking to fast track his route to the Southern Area title. McGuigan out of action since March now looks to get things moving to put himself into title contention.

Kane Morgan walked away from his pro debut with a draw in a hard fought contest with Josh Cook. But he will be lokoing to add the first W to his name as he takes on Jordan Grannum over 4 rounds. 

Joke Amechi impressed in his debut with his win over Luke Fash and will now try to build on that as he takes on Jake Pollard over 4 rounds. 

Andrei Santa last time out showed he will fight anyone, In June, Santa was due to fight a journeyman opponent but he pulled out the week of the fight, another prospect on the card Lewis Frimpong had the same and both prospects decided to face each other rather than not fight. A thrilling fight followed with Frimpong taking it on that occassion but Santa now looks to build on his 1-1 record. He takes on Nabil Ahmed over 4.

Medical issues have kept the talented Onder Ozgul out of the ring since 2017. Thankfully with those issues resolved 11-0-1 Ozgul will look to quickly put himself back in title contention as he takes on Robbie Chapman over 4 rounds.

Undefeated Paul Brown returns in a 6 round contest and very much will have his eyes on a title in the near future. 7-0 Brown has been slowly building and soon will be ready to pull the trigger. 

Oli Edwards is another prospect who is very much on the edge of a title shot. He returned in March in his first fight for nearly 5 years and will look to shake off some more rust against Callum Ide over 4 rounds.

The card will also see the debut of prospect Mike Murphy. Murphy was due to make his debut in June but a medical issue delayed the much anticipated debut. Murphy will take part in a 4 round contest.

Tickets for this pro event is available and on sale now.