Islington’s undefeated 25-year-old Super-Flyweight Sam Cox (5-0) has committed his immediate future by signing a contract extension with Goodwin Boxing.
Sam is one of the countries brightest young talents and has racked up five straight wins since turning professional including one by knockout. During these ﬁve ﬁghts, he has appeared at the O2 in April 2019 on a Matchroom Sky show and was due to feature on the Josh Kelly v David Avenesyan card at the O2 that was unfortunately cancelled in March due to COVID-19.
Sam said, “It was an easy decision to make. Steve and his team have delivered everything they promised since I signed with them.”
Steve Goodwin was delighted, “I have high hopes for Sam. Once this pandemic is over then we can get him back out and, after that, we are hunting for titles.”
Sam was last in action on September 7 at the York Hall in London when he won all six rounds against awkward southpaw Steven 'Livewire' Maguire (0-16), 33 from Middleton.
The unbeaten prosect will be eyeing title shots on his return to boxing in the talent-laden 115lbs division, currently ruled by 'Lightning' Lee McGregor (8-0), who holds both the British and Commonwealth titles.
Goodwin Boxing is a prestigious sports management company based in Leighton Buzzard that have been revolutionising professional boxing management since 2014. Headed by BBBofC licensed manager Steve Goodwin, the company ensures honesty, integrity & professionalism are the foundations on which all business is conducted. In 6 years the company has guided 36 boxers to professional titles from Southern Area to World Champions. Goodwin Boxing also operates a franchised promotional arm which has allowed them to work with multiple diﬀerent BBBofC licensed promoters, oﬀering experience, guidance and granting them a platform to deliver to a wider audience. So much has been the success that Goodwin Boxing has been voted promoter of year for the past two years (2018 & 2019) as voted for by the BBBofC Southern Area Council.