Goodwin Boxing & Guildford City Boxing Club Announce Double Show at York Hall

What does the future of boxing look like?  How exciting would it be to see it collaborate with the present?  Goodwin Boxing, always on the forefront of innovation in boxing promotion, are excited to bring you this vision on Saturday June 11th, where for the first time in London a show is run that brings fans both a glimpse of amateur stars from Guildford City Boxing Club and the opportunity to watch top professional talent at the same day, with the same ticket.  On Saturday 11th June, we bring you The Future 1 and GB Fight Series 5, all from York Hall.  more

Goodwin Boxing launch BoxMania

Goodwin Boxing are making sure that in 2022 they continue to deliver for their fighters as well as those that matter most; the fans.  With a stable of both established title fighters and promising prospects, it is exciting to announce two new programmes of events; GB Fight Series and BoxMania.

For years Goodwin Boxing have put on exciting shows, setting ourselves apart from other small hall Promoters with events packed with talent and exciting fights.  Now we are taking steps to create two new models that help fighters plot their way to big titles and ensure every fight night is one to remember. more

Goodwin Boxing Expansion

Goodwin Boxing are delighted to announce we are expanding our in-house team by appointing a new Operations Manager, Alan Budgen.  Having been a part of the backroom team for a number of years, as well as a Promoter in his own right, Alan has been a key part of the team that has lead to the growth of the organisation and in turn, the need for more operational strength.  more

Goodwin Boxing partner with Get Set Go Sport - Educational Boxing Academies

Goodwin Boxing are delighted to announce a new partnership with Get Set Go Sport, which will enable a clear pathway for excelling students to progress from academy systems into professional boxing.

Get Set Go Sport have created Educational boxing academies through multiple colleges in London, where they provide opportunities for 16 to 18 year-olds to partake in learning the skills of boxing alongside vocational qualifications to allow them to progress within the sport. more


COVID-19 may have caused a halt to professional boxing shows but elite boxing manager Steve Goodwin isn’t slowing down. “We have had to adapt to the way we normally do things but we are still very much open for business, and we have had plenty of enquiries during this time.” more