11th July 2011
Steve Woods VIP Promotions continue to keep small hall boxing in the North going, with his competitive shows featuring some of the best up and coming boxers on the circuit.
Woods who guided the career of Salford’s Jamie Moore to the European Light Middleweight title and brink of world success, now seeks his next star in the making.
On Sunday afternoon Woods presented a competitive night of action at the Municipal Hall in Colne, featuring local welterweight and crowd favourite Shayne “The Pain” Singleton who outpointed William Warburton 60-54 over six rounds.
Singleton 21, unbeaten in 8 fights, 2 KO’s – Kept his record intact and looks the part. He and his camp have a plans in place to get 10 fights under the belt before going in for a British Masters or Central Area title shot.
Scotland’s Kenny Anderson made a winning return since his defeat to George Groves with a win over late replacement Joe Rea from Birmingham. Anderson dominated his outclassed opponent, who bravely lasted until the end of the fourth when Rea withdrew from the scheduled six-round contest with a shoulder injury.
Stylist Ali Shah, outpointed 121 fight, Wolverhampton journeyman Carl Allen 40-37 – The game Midlander put up a good showing against Shah, but was overall outclassed by the dancing showman Shah from Blackburn.
Luke Blackledge from Accrington beat Phil Goodwin from Hull 40-36 over four rounds Goodwin proved a good test for the 21-year-old Blackledge, who shown his grit and potential to grind out a satisfactory win.
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