Professional boxing returns with Battle on the Beach 4 at the Winter Gardens

PUBLISHED: 12:11 18 April 2018 | UPDATED: 12:11 18 April 2018

Team Dynamite.

Team Dynamite.


Professional boxing show Battle on the Beach 4 returns to the Winter Gardens, featuring many local boxers.

Professional boxing returns this weekend at the new Winter Garden’s Pavilion, with promoter Stuart Davies presenting Battle on the Beach 4, featuring some awesome local boxing talent.

Weston’s Team Dynamite professional boxing management and training team based at WAMA (Weston Academy of Martial Arts) gym in Sunnyside Road North, will have Weston’s own Dan Sabastonelli back in action and new Welsh prospect Paul Ducie in the team.

Dan was unfortunate in his last fight as he was unwell. He will be making a statement on Saturday as he has never been in such great shape. Weston’s Liam Hunt will also be back in action in his home town on the bill.

Bristol’s top title prospect Duane Winters and heavyweight Omar Mckayle from Paddy John’s Gym will feature on the card in two explosive fights.

Team Dynamite’s heavyweight prospect John Winters will now have his debut on the May 12 in Gloucester on a professional English title undercard.

The show will also have some South West based boxers including Dean Dodge from Yeovil and Jake Best from Bournemouth.

Tickets are available on the door at £35 or call 01934 414183. For details regarding boxing and martial arts, please visit or call 01934 414183.

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