Perry Lynden

Perry Lynden

I am a third year university student but I also have experience in a Sports PR firm as they prepared for the Sports Technology Awards 2016 and one of my roles was to research and create articles for their Twitter accounts, during this experience I also became familiar with much of the technology relating to preventing concussions and brain injury. As a boxer I have been training and sparring since 16 but have only inter-club and White Collar experience in live fights. At my previous gym, Stars, I had the privilege of being trained a few times by Shane Mcguigan before he left the gym to concentrate on his professional fighters. I have quite good knowledge of the game as a whole, particularly in the UK. I keep up with press conferences and developments on Youtube via some of it's many commentators. I usually prefer to see boxers press the action, but a truly slick boxer is nothing short of beautiful to watch. As a rugby player at school I had always liked the macho element of boxing, and so joined a gym at 16, not much compared to the thrill of sparring. It was recommended to me that if I wanted to boxing properly that I should watch old fights, and soon I was watching two or three a day. Boxing is the ultimate sport, combining strength, heart, composure and fitness. To be able to write about boxing offers me a chance to be closer to the sport. Favourite all time boxer Sugar Ray Leonard Favourite all time British Boxer Eubanks Snr Current favourite British boxer Carl Frampton Favourite all time fight Either Leonard v Duran 2 or Hagler v Hearns

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