Friday Fight Night Returns

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Dennis has followed boxing on and off since he was a kid and his dad used to tape the fights on the radio. Dennis got back into the sport properly about 10-years-ago and he is now a qualified boxing coach for the People’s Gym in Heywood.

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Farrell Promotions Presents….

Friday Fight Night Returns
Bowlers, Manchester 29th Sep 2017-09-12

Boxing comes back to Bowlers as Kieran Farrell hosts another of his hugely popular Friday Fight Night shows as he previews some of the best up and coming talent in the sport.

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Time will tell if this will top his last show but the talent on show is certainly capable.

George ‘The Cereal Killer’ Brennan looks to wipe away the disappointment of his draw here last time out as he takes on Edward Bjorklund. The Altrincham local has been back in the gym and promise’s to release a viscouness that will leave no doubt on who the winner is this time.

Adam Williams makes his 2nd appearance in a boxing ring and is looking forward to taking his loss out on opponent Jevgenijs Andrejevs, the hard hitting cruiserweight may look crude at time but packs a walloping punch and with a better defence on show is looking forward to stalking his opponent down and putting on a show for the fans.

Gary Ormrod makes his first appearance on a Farrell card as he takes on the much travelled William Warburton, an exciting prospect Ormrod is looking to stamp his hypnotic style and announce to the crowd that yes, he has arrived. Make no mistake though Warburton is no mug and has many a scalp of those that have thought they could just turn up and get the W, it should be a fantastic mix of styles and could be fight of the night.

Asif Vali fighter Osman Aslam takes his 10th fight here against the durable Michael Barnon, the unbeaten bantamweight looks to continue his recent KO streak and climb another rung on the ladder towards the titles that many feel are a certainty.

Certain to send the crowd wild and a personal favourite of mine, Reece ‘Macman’ Macmillan returns to take on the wily Jamie Quinn, after being out since February due to a hand injury the Macman is looking to stamp his authority and make the statement that he’s back and ready for more as he hopes to continue his winning streak and wow the crowd.

With more bouts possible this should be another exciting and entertaining night, and where else can you go watch the boxing live for £25.00.

For tickets contact the boxers themselves or Kieran Farrell on 07907 056211


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