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Levi Ferguson is determined to build on a successful pro boxing debut

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Levi Ferguson is living the life determined to build on a successful pro boxing debut with another hometown bout this weekend.

Ferguson will do battle for a second time under the lights of Walsall Town Hall on Saturday (September 22).

Ferguson is up and running in the paid ranks after a win at the same venue on May 21, where he defeated Paul Cummings by points landslide.

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Referee Kevin Parker recorded a 40-36 verdict after Ferguson controlled the centre of the ring throughout, looking to walk down the tall Cummings.

He had a regimented approach about him and a decent variation of punches, throwing spiteful hooks and combinations.

The 22-year-old insists that’s just the start of his impact in the super welterweight division, where Brummie Ryan Kelly is making waves as the current Midlands champion.

The Pleck ABC graduate believes glories will be in his future, with the right application, and wants to build up a winning record quickly.

“In my eyes boxing is everything,” he told bcb-promotions.com. “I like the discipline and the focus the sport has given to me. It’s kept me on a positive path, for as long as I can remember.

“Above all, I love to fight and I’m excited to be progressing in the right direction. I’m looking forward to performing again on September 22 and I’m confident I’ll get the win again.

“I’m improving daily and I’ll show the improvements I’ve been working on when I get into the ring. I’m an aggressive counter puncher, who likes to pile on the pressure.

“Hard work, discipline and dedication is key to anything in boxing and I bring that by the truck load. I’ve been around the gyms since I was 10 years old.

“It was exciting to make my debut, it was great to have my hand raised and it proved to me my style is more suited to the pros. It’s more hurtful there.

“The intensity of the pros has come naturally to me. I got into the amateur side as a senior, with the goal of becoming a pro after I’d built up a base and enough exp Levi Ferguson is living the life determined to build on a successful pro boxing debut with another hometown bout this weekend.

Ferguson will do battle for a second time under the lights of Walsall Town Hall on Saturday (September 22).

Ferguson is up and running in the paid ranks after a win at the same venue on May 21, where he defeated Paul Cummings by points landslide.

Referee Kevin Parker recorded a 40-36 verdict after Ferguson controlled the centre of the ring throughout, looking to walk down the tall Cummings.

He had a regimented approach about him and a decent variation of punches, throwing spiteful hooks and combinations.

The 22-year-old insists that’s just the start of his impact in the super welterweight division, where Brummie Ryan Kelly is making waves as the current Midlands champion.

The Pleck ABC graduate believes glories will be in his future, with the right application, and wants to build up a winning record quickly.

“In my eyes boxing is everything,” he told bcb-promotions.com. “I like the discipline and the focus the sport has given to me. It’s kept me on a positive path, for as long as I can remember.

“Above all, I love to fight and I’m excited to be progressing in the right direction. I’m looking forward to performing again on September 22 and I’m confident I’ll get the win again.

“I’m improving daily and I’ll show the improvements I’ve been working on when I get into the ring. I’m an aggressive counter puncher, who likes to pile on the pressure.

“Hard work, discipline and dedication is key to anything in boxing and I bring that by the truck load. I’ve been around the gyms since I was 10 years old.

“It was exciting to make my debut, it was great to have my hand raised and it proved to me my style is more suited to the pros. It’s more hurtful there.

“The intensity of the pros has come naturally to me. I got into the amateur side as a senior, with the goal of becoming a pro after I’d built up a base and enough experience.

“I didn’t always get the results I should have for Pleck and I had some bad decisions go against me, but that’s all part of learning the craft.

“I believe I am where I’m supposed to be and I’m looking forward to what’s ahead. I don’t see why I can’t be a success.”

BCB Promotions’ show is topped by Tyler Denny versus Reece Cartwright for the English Middleweight Title whilst the undercard also features James Beech Jr, Ryan ‘Stewart’ Davies, Dani Hodges, Conah Walker, and Troi ‘the Hawk’ Coleman.

Tickets, priced at £35 standard and £65 VIP ringside, are on sale now from the Town Hall Box Office on 0845 111 2900. It will be £40 for entry on the door.

The Grosvenor Casino Walsall, on Bentley Mill Way, are the show’s headline sponsors. They will host the weigh in and after-show party (over 18’s). Fight fans can received a ticket for the show, a bet, burger and beer at the casino post-fight, plus a free taxi from the Town Hall to the casino, and watch AJ versus Povetkin on the big screens for just £40! Interested in this special offer? Call Dawn now on 01922 645 222 or email sm.gc-walsall@rank.com.

“I didn’t always get the results I should have for Pleck and I had some bad decisions go against me, but that’s all part of learning the craft.

“I believe I am where I’m supposed to be and I’m looking forward to what’s ahead. I don’t see why I can’t be a success.”

BCB Promotions’ show is topped by Tyler Denny versus Reece Cartwright for the English Middleweight Title whilst the undercard also features James Beech Jr, Ryan ‘Stewart’ Davies, Dani Hodges, Conah Walker, and Troi ‘the Hawk’ Coleman.

Tickets, priced at £35 standard and £65 VIP ringside, are on sale now from the Town Hall Box Office on 0845 111 2900. It will be £40 for entry on the door.

The Grosvenor Casino Walsall, on Bentley Mill Way, are the show’s headline sponsors. They will host the weigh in and after-show party (over 18’s). Fight fans can received a ticket for the show, a bet, burger and beer at the casino post-fight, plus a free taxi from the Town Hall to the casino, and watch AJ versus Povetkin on the big screens for just £40! Interested in this special offer? Call Dawn now on 01922 645 222 or email sm.gc-walsall@rank.com.

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