Undefeated Super-Middleweight Conor “The Clippa” Hinds (2-0) has put pen to paper and signed a three-year management deal with top-flight manager Steve Goodwin.

Hinds has been very impressive in two bouts so far with a third-round stoppage of Mac Pemhiwa in September 2019 followed by a shut out points victory over Callum Ide in November.

Hinds has signed with Goodwin with the aim of being in the title mix before then end of 2020 and has entrusted them to help him achieve his aims. “You only need to see what they have done with other boxers to make them champions and am sure with their guidance I will be on the champions roster”. Trained by Sam Mullins, the big punching Super-Middleweight knows at 28 he wants to move quickly and is confident this will happen.

“We will get Conor out on 14th March,” said Goodwin and build him with regular fights en-route to achieving title success. We are delighted that Conor has entrusted the development of his career with us and we know it is going to be an exciting journey.”