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Discussion in 'British and Irish Boxing' started by Ishy, Jan 10, 2017.
An actual amateur star or what?
Frank has a good eye for talent, not sure who the guy is but Wazza is like Harry Redknapp on transfer deadline day at the mo.
Young lad aint he, 18 or 19 from what I can see online
Surprised Dubois has turned pro so soon..i really thought he'd stay amateur for couple of years at least...decent signing for fw
He needs heavys so it's good.
I thought he might look to snap up someone like nick Webb who is ready for competitive fights.
Very good signing. He's a good talent but he's behind Frazer Clarke in the GB setup for now so he might as well turn pro.
Yeah true he's well behind Clarke in the GB squad...whats happening with Joe Joyce ?
Joyce will be turning over I think. I think I saw @BoxingAnalyst say he was gonna be managed by Steve Goodwin
Trained by Don Charles, no idea who's promoting him but got a feeling it will be Warren.
Joyce & Dubois would be huge for fw..will be very interesting to see who else he signs
Don Charles is training Joyce?
Dubois has realised he doesn't want to play second fiddle to Clarke who I'm sure is the face of the next commonwealths,also he has very heavy hands just ask AJ .
How tall is he?
@Rob that's a proper fist.
We need an interview with Wazza winding down the windows in his car - "Yeah I'm still looking to bring a few more in"
Webb would be a good signing. If he was looking for international heavyweights American George Arias is no longer with Top Rank and Nigerian Onoriode Ehwarieme would be good marketable options in my opinion.
He should not be going pro yet. madness.
There i was posting in that other thread thinking im on the ball with the news.
You boys are all over this stuff
Just watched some of his youth fights. Looks massive and athletic, but obviously very raw. The fights were from 2015 though so he must have been like 17/18 or so.
Lots of talent to mold, and plenty of time to do it.
Should be fun. The Brit heavyweight conveyor rolls on