Unbeaten light-middleweight boxer Chris ‘The Bull’ Baugh 2-0-0 will enter into his third professional contest at the Camden Centre in Kings Cross on March 7th
just one month after his previous fight.
The aggressive power-puncher will look to continue his unbeaten streak on the Hellraiser Promotions show featuring five other unbeaten prospects in Brad Watson, Tony Milch, Mat Butler, Graham Tirrell and Junior Saaed.
The young talent is keen to continue the impetus his career has set so far after winning his debut in November last year and achieving his first stoppage win in February this year, “Yes it is soon, sooner than expected but I'm excited! Coming off the last fight and my first KO, I'm looking to keep the momentum going and keep improving,” said Baugh.
The 26-year-old Islington boxer known as ‘The Bull’ stopped his last opponent Laszlo Jambrik on February 7th
on the Hellraiser Promotions show titled ‘The Class of 2015’ that saw hard-hitting heavyweight Dillian Whyte 13-0-0 destroy Brazilian Marcelo Luiz Nascimento 17-7-0 with three knockdowns in two rounds to move up to 13 wins with 10 KO’s on his impressive record.
Baugh doubled his win tally on the night by applying relentless pressure on the Hungarian to force the stoppage. From the opening bell, Baugh took to the centre of the ring using his jab well and showing classy evasive skills to make his opponent miss consistently. After a solid left hook that seemed to hurt Jambrik early on, the 25-year-old from Budapest then spent the remainder of the fight on the ropes unable to get away from the onslaught. Eventually he found himself trapped in the corner forcing referee Marcus McDonnell to jump in and end the punishment with just 18 seconds remaining of the opening round.
Foreign import Jambrik had visited the venue in Kings Cross once before in November last year becoming the first stoppage on Barnet boxer Angel Banev’s unbeaten record on February 21st
just one week before Baugh took his pro bow at the same arena winning all four rounds in a shut-out points victory over Harjinder Gill 0-9-1 on February 28th
He continued to say, “I took two days off after the last fight and then was back training with my coaches Bev and Roy. They're making sure that even though I'm fighting often, we’re getting the development work in so I keep getting better with every performance.”
Baugh is trained by respected coaches Bevis Allen and Roy Callaghan out of Rooney’s Gym in London and spars regularly with unbeaten KO artist Aaron Morgan 6-0.
“I kept my sharpness and my fitness so we were able to work some technical areas ahead of this fight. I'm really looking forward to it,” concluded Baugh.
The rest of the bill features some of Britain’s brightest prospects as Brad Watson, Tony Milch, Mat Butler, Graham Tirrell and Junior Saaed all look to continue their unbeaten streaks.
Top ten ranked 24-year-old bantamweight known as the ‘Guernsey Glamour Boy’ Brad Watson 10-0-0 takes on Nicaraguan Reynaldo Cajina 13-25-4 over eight rounds.
Bushey’s light-middleweight Tony Milch 6-0-0 is up against Bulgarian Samet Hyuseinov 6-6-0 in a six round contest.
Minster’s Mat Butler 2-0-0 looks to continue his winning form against unbeaten Bulgarian Yosif Panov 1-0-0 in a four round light-middleweight contest.
Hertfordshire’s 29-year-old middleweight Graham Tirrell 4-0-0 takes on South Londoner southpaw Shaunn Watt 1-5-1 over four rounds.
Camden’s 26-year-old super-featherweight Junior Saaed 3-0-0 will look to extend his winning streak against Scottish journeyman Michael Stupart 3-20-2 in a four round contest.
Another Minster boxer, cruiserweight Dan Woodgate 11-2-0 will face a tough test against Hungarian Tamos Toth 7-4-2 in a four round contest.
Debutant Asinia Byfield from Reading makes his pro bow against 37-year-old Devonian Ali Wyatt 4-20-2 in a four round welterweight bout.
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