Chambers vs Sen

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Damian Chambers Matt Sen

Chambers Sen

Altringham Ice Arena, Manchester

On Air @ 8pm

19

Jul

Ultimate Boxxer IV

Ultimate Boxxer, Britain’s first boxing entertainment brand, returns for a night packed with excitement, adrenaline and unmissable raw action when it presents its heaviest weight division yet: The Cruiserweights on Friday 19th July in Manchester, at the Altrincham ICE Arena.

Following the thrilling Middleweight event in London, UBIV powers into the red-hot Cruiserweight division for potentially its most explosive tournament yet.

The Cruiserweight division has become a firm fan-favourite in recent years, mixing Heavyweight power with Light-Heavyweight speed and delivering some of the most explosive and entertaining action-packed fights.

Ultimate Boxxer features eight highly ranked fighters from around the UK who will battle their way through the tournament starting in four quarter finals of 3 x 3 minute rounds; two semi-finals and one final in one to determine the winner who will win the large share of the prize money; a promotional deal and be catapulted up the domestic ratings.

The action in the ring is combined with live music, star-studded talent and entertainment for a next generation spectacle.

Ben Shalom, founder of ULTIMATE BOXXER, said; “Carl Greaves [Ultimate Boxxer matchmaker] has put together a brilliant card which is going to guarantee fireworks… definitely the most exciting card to date. The cruiserweight division needs this right now with a huge amount of talent all over the country. We’re looking forward to a special night in Manchester.’

 

 

Damian 'Chambo' Chambers, Dukinfield, Lancashire, 7-0, 4 KOs

A sledge-hammer hitter, Chambers is out to do damage from the first bell with all four of his knockouts coming inside the first round. Nothing fancy with Cambers, he just comes forward and throws bombs. One thing is for sure, he bring knockouts and excitement.

 

Matt 'Slugger' Sen, Wolverhampton, 5-1, 1 KO

Strong and powerful, Sen, a former bodybuilder, aims to use his freakish strength to out-muscle his rivals and charge him to victory. With six fights under his belt, Sen will be a real handful for the field.

Mikael Lawal Anthony Woolery

Lawal Woolery

On Air @ 8pm

Cruiserweight Tournament

Mikael 'The Beast' Lawal, Shepherds Bush, London, 9-0, 6 KOs

The undefeated Londoner packs dynamite in his fists with six of his nine opponents going early and four of them have come inside three rounds. His explosive style could take advantage of the three fights, 3 x 3 minute round, UB format. Well travelled with fights in Germany, Saudi Arabia and Riga, Lawal is the dangerman in UBIV.

 

Anthony Woolery: After a stop-start beginning to his career, Woolery knows a win streak in the tournament will set him on the right course to titles and more. Anything else would put the West-Midlander right back to square one.

Dan Cooper Kent Kauppinen

Cooper Kauppinen

On Air @ 8pm

Cruiserweight Tournament

Dan Cooper, Ruskington, England, 7-0-1, 2 KOs

Also a former rugby professional for Leicester Tigers, Cooper is unbeaten in eight fights. Formerly trained at the famous Ingle academy in Sheffield, Cooper is now benefiting under the tutelage of Tyson Fury and Billy Joe Saunders along with knowledgeable trainer Ben Davison.

 

Kent Kauppinen: The Derbyshire-based Londoner has history with two of the other entrants, dropping decisions to Mike Lawal and Rhasian Earlington, and will be out for revenge.

In his latest outing he took the undefeated scalp of then 7-0 James Farrell, hitting form just as the tournament begins.

Tony Conquest Rhasian Earlington

Conquest Earlington

On Air @ 8pm

Cruiserweight Tournament

Tony 'The Conqueror' Conquest, Romford, Essex, 18-3, 6 KOs

The most experienced of the UB contenders, Conquest is a former Commonwealth, WBO International and Southern Area Cruiserweight Champion in a 21-fight and 10 year career. He’ll be throwing everything he’s got into his final shot at the big-time.

 

Rhasian Earlington, Newcastle-under-Lyme, England, 5-0, 1 KO

Undefeated in five fights, Rhasian is a fast rising prospect who has been marked out as a special talent. His coaches are so enamoured with his fast hands and feet and hard-punching that they have given the 21-year-old the nickname 'Siany Baby Ali' after The Greatest, Muhammad Ali. Ultimate Boxxer is the stage where Rhasian can really shine.