Liam tops the bill at Hutton Moor

PUBLISHED: 09:45 17 June 2016 | UPDATED: 09:45 17 June 2016

Liam Hunt.

Liam Hunt.


Weston boxer Liam Hunt will fulfill his dream of boxing in Weston, with a bout at Hutton Moor Sports Centre.

Weston’s Dynamite Professional Boxing Promotions is hosting a show at Hutton Moor Sports Centre, featuring Weston’s number one professional boxer Liam Hunt on June 18.

Liam has boxed for Weston ABC in the past and has represented the town as a professional boxer for the last three years. He has an unbeaten run in the last two years and will be looking to impress his home crowd. This will be the first time he has boxed in his home town and is a dream come true.

ABA champion JJ Evans will also on the bill in his second professional boxing bout and will be trying to increase his unbeaten record.

Weston’s Gary “the power shower” Bettle-Boulter is also scheduled on the bill, as well as Raheem Khan, an exciting boxer from Exeter.

Professional promoter Stuart Davies said: “It is great to have Liam on the show and I’m glad he has agreed to box, I know it has been a dream of his to box in his home town.”

Tickets are priced at £30 standard up to £50 VIP. There will be around five bouts on the night.

Dynamite Professional Boxing promote, train and manage professional boxers in the town and work out of WAMA (Weston Academy of Martial Arts and Boxing) in Sunnyside Road North.

WAMA has a fully equipped gym for the boxers and has reduced rates for active boxers. There are also a range of other martial arts on offer.

For full details, please call 01934 414183. For any further ticket information, please call 07976 538497.

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