Terence Freshwater

Terence Freshwater turns pro with Goodwin Boxing

Published On Tuesday, March 26, 2019By British Boxing News

Terence Freshwater turns pro with Goodwin Boxing

Goodwin Boxing announced the signing of Buckinghamshire’s super-lightweight prospect Terence Freshwater.

Terence, trained by Steve Sandford in Aylesbury, will make his professional debut on July 6 at the York Hall, Bethnal Green.

A southpaw counter-puncher from Bletchley ABC, Freshwater will be looking to impose his immense punch power in the 140lbs division.

The 22-year-old said, "I honestly can’t remember how many bouts I had as an amateur, around 25 I reckon, I boxed in the Home Counties final three times, also boxed in the schoolboys championships, where I boxed twice in one night and stopped my first fight in first round and won the second on points. I started as an amateur at a club called MK Victors then moved to Bletchley ABC, which is when I started to mature and box a lot better."

Trainer Steve Sandford said, “I have no doubt that Terence will be British champion at the very minimum.”

“We are always looking for top talent”, added the head of Goodwin Boxing, Steve Goodwin.

"Terence will be the second boxer we have signed from the Aylesbury area [Adi Burden 9-0 super-middleweight] and we will be looking to guide him all the way to titles. I am extremely excited to have signed Terence because this young prospect has a large army of fans and will be looking to combine boxing at York Hall with other home shows in the Bedfordshire / Buckinghamshire area as Goodwin Boxing expand the number of fighters in the area."