Dennis plans to be a menace at York Hall this Saturday

Published On Wednesday, October 26, 2016By British Boxing News

Goodwin Promotions are showcasing the debut of Kent’s new boxing star Jordan “Da Menace” Dennis when he takes on Bulgarian Teodor Lozanov over four-rounds on their “FRIGHT NITE” show.

Dennis who is managed by Steve Goodwin had a decorated amateur career winning the Golden Gloves Championships, the Four Nations, Junior ABA’s, GB Gold and captained England twice. In addition, he boxed for England schoolboys to England Senior.

Dennis also set a record for winning the most amount of amateur titles in the least number of fights with two National titles and three Golds for England in 10 fights.

Dennis hails from Chatham and has watched his elder brother Grant go through the professional ranks. Two weeks after Jordan’s fight he will be in Brighton cheering on his brother in his quest for the Southern Area title.

Jordan has the perfect style to become a top professional and under the guidance of Goodwin will look to make his mark very quickly in the pro ranks.

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