London’s 30-year-old former Prizefighter Champion Wadi “Macho Man” Camacho has been the latest boxer to put the resurrection of his career and sign a three year contract with rising manager Steve Goodwin.
Camacho hit the heights winning Prizefighter in 2013 but has failed to fully fulfil his potential since. Defeats to Tony Conquest, Stephen Simmons and two defeats to Craig Kennedy have halted his progress.
Happy to have signed a contract with Steve Goodwin, Camacho added:
“I believe that the Goodwin’s are the next best team in boxing behind Matchroom. I am so excited and buzzing again having Steve and his team behind me.”
“I want titles.
“After winning Prizefighter I should have gone through the title route of Southern area, English and British. This time with Steve this is the route I wish to go. We have a plan and after speaking to Steve and the team the buzz is really there.”
Camacho is due back in the ring on the undercard of Goodwin’s massive mega title bill “We never stop” at York Hall, October 17th.
Goodwin was delighted with the new acquisition:
“I am delighted to be working with Wadi and I believe that we can get him back to where he belongs on main stream UK TV. We will do it at the right speed and I think in 12 month’s time Wadi will be back in the big time. It is going to be exciting working with Wadi. He is a really nice guy with a lovely family and it will give me great pleasure being a part of his success”