Goodwin Boxing start 2022 with two new fight night concepts
With a stable of both established title fighters and promising prospects, Goodwin Boxing have now announced two new programmes of events – GB Fight Series and BoxMania.
The small hall promotion have created these two new models to help fighters plot their way to big titles and ensure every fight night is one to remember.
GB Fight Series will provide opportunities for prospects to build their careers on shows that feature fantastic main event fights. With such a strong stable of boxers, Goodwin Boxing will be able to provide opportunities from pro debuts as boxers build towards titles, proving fantastic undercards for big fights.
The series kicks off on March 5th, headlined by an English title eliminator at light welterweight between Sajid Abid (10-1, 1KO) against Tom Ansell (9-1, 2KOs) with a mixture of debutants and prospects supporting on the night.
The BoxMania series, which sounds very similar to Wrestlemania, is going to be the most special of nights for boxing fans, as Goodwin Boxing bring together title fights, eliminators and truly meaningful bouts.
If Boxmania can mimic the excitement, success and longevity of the WWE franchise, such as Royal Rumble which dates all the way back to 1988 when Hacksaw Jim Duggan won the inaugural event, then fight fans will be in for a real treat.
Already, the preliminary BoxMania 1 is lining up to be memorable for those able to get a ticket.
William Webber (8-1, 1KO) takes on Chris Davies (15-0, 1KO) for the Southern Area Super Middleweight title.
Mark Little (13-1, 4KOs) battles former champion Daniel Mendes (12-2, 1KO) for the Southern Area Cruiserweight crown.
In an English title eliminator, undefeated middleweight Lewis Syrett (9-1, 2KOs) faces off against Chatham's Charlie Shane (9-0).
But it doesn’t stop with title fights and eliminators – Goodwin Boxing understand that a well-matched fight alone can create fireworks, so the night has even more!
Adrian Martin (11-2, 3KOs) faces Dalton Miller (9-10-3, 2KOs), with both middleweights coming off defeats to Lewis Syrett for the Southern Area title and both needing a win to get back into the title hunt.
At Super Bantamweight, English title challenger Ramez Mahmood (11-2, 2KOs) returns to take on undefeated Marcus Hodgson (3-0-2) in a huge step up for the unbeaten Cornishman, but a massive risk for maths teacher Mahmood, as he too looks to get back into title contention once again.
At cruiserweight, Peckham's Ross McGuigan (1-0) will take an extraordinary leap as he takes on former Southern Area challenge Ossie Jervier (6-18, 5KOs).
Says Steve Goodwin: “This is a concept we have toyed with for many years, bringing together small hall super cards. Financially, it’s madness! We know that. To put that many top fights and evenly matched bouts on a single card doesn’t make sense, but we want to provide nights that fans remember and shows that are aspirational for boxers to be a part of. I think the first show encapsulates that, and this is just the start.”
This is merely a taste of what is to come in the BoxMania series, as Goodwin Boxing build a stronger stable of boxers up through their GB Fights series. With so many talents on hand, every show promises to be filled with excitement, upsets and memorable, meaningful fights.