Fight fans are guaranteed value-for-money when Britain’s top small-hall promoter stages his biggest-ever show.
Mickey Helliet has regularly sold out shows this year and reports tickets have been selling fast for his bumper 15-fight bill at The Coronet in Elephant and Castle on Friday, July 6th.
Helliet has matched 10 unbeaten boxers – including highly-touted Ahmet Patterson.
Patterson, a former England amateur international, makes the step up to six-round level against Kevin McCauley and crowd-pleasers Lloyd Ellett, Charlie Rice, Craig Whyatt and Elliott Matthews are among Helliet’s red-hot prospects heading for title contention.
Watford middleweight Matthews was a top amateur and goes into next week’s fight boosted by back-to-back first round knock outs.
Vinny Woolford is another fighter recently signed by Helliet with dynamite in his fists.
His one-punch wipe out Tyler Goodjohn was a contender for knockout-of-the-year and the Ramsgate welterweight re launches his career on Helliet’s latest ‘No Retreat No Surrender’ fight night at The Coronet.
Islington teenager Charlie Rice has thrilled fans with an all-action style that has taken him to two straight wins in the light-welterweight division – and big punches will be thrown when a pair of heavyweight hitters launch their professional careers.
West London-based Adam Brearley makes his paid debut – and so does Marek Onda, from Slovakia.
Millwall fan Johnny Garton, known as ‘The Pexican’ for his non-stop aggression, aims to extend his unbeaten record on the show and fighting fisherman Warren Fenn plans to reel in his third straight win to climb the middleweight rankings.
The event will also feature an auction to raise funds towards funeral costs for ex-Helliet fighter Lewis Pinto who tragically took his own life earlier this month. Pinto’s unbeaten stable mate Lee Owen will be on the bill.
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