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Boxing Grand Prix 3.0 - A Semi-Professional Boxing Extravaganza

A Day of Fierce Battles and Unforgettable Moments

Boxing referee gesturing the start of the round

On the unseasonably warm day of October 8th, boxing fans gathered at Scala in London for Boxing Grand Prix 3.0. This semi-professional boxing extravaganza showcased the raw talent and unyielding spirit of fighters, both beginners and seasoned contenders. The air was electric with anticipation, and as the first bell rang, the crowd knew they were in for a treat.

A contender semi-professional boxing fight at BXGP 3.0

The event kicked off with 4 thrilling beginner fights, each one a testament to the dedication and determination of the contenders. The raw energy in these fighters set the tone for the rest of the evening. The atmosphere was charged with excitement as spectators cheered on their favourites, encouraging them to give their all in the ring.

Johnny Barbosa in a semi-professional boxing fight at BXGP 3.0

As the day progressed, the 16 BXGP fights, took centre stage. The crowd was treated to a spectacle of skill, speed, and brute strength as these fighters battled it out for glory. The bouts were intense, with each participant showcasing their unique style and technique.

Mark Reed in a semi-professional boxing fight at BXGP 3.0

FSB Management's own Mark Reed stepped into the ring against Reuben Loayza Valbuena. With great technique and unwavering boxing passion, Reed fought purposefully. However, luck was not on his side, and he faced a tough opponent in Valbuena. Despite the setback, Reed's determination and sportsmanship shone through, earning him the respect from our whole team.

Ed Chattey Mac Shumba Georges Ngay-Katalay at a semi-professional boxing fight BXGP 3.0

BXGP’s main card was nothing short of spectacular, featuring five extremely entertaining fights that had the crowd on their feet. The intensity was palpable as Ed Chattey faced off against Mac Shumba in a nail-biting bout that kept spectators at the edge of their seats. Chattey showcased remarkable skill and determination, ultimately clinching the victory in a performance that left the audience in awe of his prowess.

Demur Macharshivili Ezekiel at a semi-professional boxing fight BXGP 3.0

The excitement didn't stop there, as Demur Macharshivili and Eze took the stage in a rollercoaster of a fight. Macharshivili displayed tactical brilliance, earning a hard-fought victory in a match that had fans roaring with approval.

Kwame Boating Jr winning a semi-professional boxing belt at BXGP 3.0

Next, a BXGP favourite made his return. Kwame Boateng Jr stepped into the ring to vie for the coveted BXGP belt against Will Cairns. The atmosphere was electric as these two fighters clashed, with Boateng knocking out Cairns in the first round, capturing the BXGP belt and dedicating his win to Elianne Andam, who was tragically murdered in Croydon in September.

Wisdom The Prophet ring walk to a semi-professional boxing fight BXGP 3.0

A moment of pure entertainment unfolded as Wisdom The Prophet made his entrance, showcasing the most captivating ringwalk of the night. Dancing his way to the stage, he set the tone for a thrilling fight against his opponent Samuel Folasire. The bout was a display of finesse and power, with Wisdom The Prophet emerging triumphant, much to the delight of the crowd.

Will Allnightlong and the AMC London team at semi-professional boxing fight BXGP 3.0

The final fight of the night featured William Inkulu, also known as Will Allnightlong, squaring off against Ashley Gibson in a showdown that had spectators on their toes. In a display of skill and determination, Will Allnightlong emerged victorious, and called out Wisdom The Prophet for a future challenge, promising an electrifying showdown that left the audience eagerly anticipating their next encounter.

The main card of the Boxing Grand Prix was a masterclass in boxing excellence, leaving an indelible mark on the hearts of fans, and reaffirming the appeal of semi-pro boxing.

What made Boxing Grand Prix 3.0 truly exceptional was not just the fierce battles inside the ring, but also the electrifying atmosphere that permeated the entire venue. The spectators had a ball and their cheers and applause filled up the venue. It was more than just a boxing show; it was a celebration of the semi-pro circuit, a communal experience where strangers bonded by their shared love for the sweet science.

crowd watching a semi-professional boxing fight at BXGP 3.0

BXGP was also honoured to receive some very special guests like professional boxers Isaac Chamberlain, Chris Kongo and Oli Edwards, team KSI’s coach Leon Wills and Quest Boxing’s promoter and operational director Alan Foley.

In the end, Boxing Grand Prix 3.0 was more than just a series of fights; it was a celebration of the relentless pursuit of excellence and the thrill of competition.

boxers at a semi-professional boxing fight BXGP 3.0


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