Glenn Boden say’s he is ready to establish himself as a major force in the UK’s premier boxing league later this month, when the popular Lightweight makes his debut at the Effingham Park Hotel near Crawley in West Sussex.
The talented twenty six year old from New Addington first laced the gloves on at the tender age of eight, and racked up an impressive record during his time representing New Addington ABC competing alongside gym mates Gareth Gardner and Steve Orford who have already established themselves as major stars in the Queensbury Boxing League, and now Boden who has yet to taste defeat since leaving the amateurs ranks after boxing on a number of smaller promotions in London believes he has all the skills necessary to emulate the title success of his former amateur stable mates and become a champion in his own right.
“ I’m really looking forward to making my debut in the league on the 24th of November, and I really feel I’m ready to make a major impact on the shows Lightweight division, commented Boden.
“I’ve been to a number of league shows at the Effingham Park Hotel and watched Gareth and Steve compete and it’s a fantastic venue and the shows are one of the best in the country, and with it being filmed for British Eurosport a good performance could see my fight get televised which would be a big boost for my career and help build my profile”
“I think the Queensbury fans will really enjoy my style of boxing, I’m an aggressive come forward power puncher, and my family have nicknamed me the little Ricky Hatton, so come fight night I’m going to make sure I produce the goods and throw my name into the mix for a title shot next year.
The show will be the final stop on the league’s busy 2012 season of boxing, and with the league’s Lightweight division wide open at the moment Boden can look forward to an exciting 2013 if he can come through his debut with the win.
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