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Max Chart returns to settle unfinished business with Ace Adams

Queensbury Boxing League - Max Chart returns to settle unfinished business with Ace Adams

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Max Chart revealed a rematch with Lee ‘Ace’ Adams is the reason for his return to the league. 

The two first met for the National light-heavyweight title on the ‘Unbreakable’ show back in October 2017, however, after Chart suffered a cut to his eye the contest was called off in the first round. 

Chart would then move over to Australia, and the Surrey native revealed the rematch is the reason he returns to the league as he aims to finish the unsettled score on November 24, at the Troxy, in London, where Adam's National title will be on the line. 

“Truthfully I’m hooked and I love the league, but the rematch has been on my mind whenever I get a minute to think,” Chart said.  

“The moment the fight got stopped I was distraught knowing I was going away. I didn’t think I could get this rematch, but I pestered Ross for it and he made it happen.” 

Since the first meeting between the two, Adams scored knockout win against Navid Iran in April to capture the Natonal title, having lifted himself off the canvas to finish the fight in the second round. 

Adams has also defended his title successfully with a first round stoppage of Jack Avis in June, and Chart praised his opponents winning form, and admitted he was rooting for Ace to win the title. 

“Congratulations to him. I’m glad it worked out this way,” Chart said. 

“When he fought for the title I was backing him to win it’s all I wanted and hats off to him from coming back from a knock down. 

"I don’t know much about him other than he’s confident and slick and has heart but I never study the opponent I focus on my fight. Adapt and overcome.” 

As Chart now trains and lives on the other side of the world, the former two time league champion revealed training is going well, and revealed he is in constant touch with his Whitedog’s Boxing Club, based in Redhill. 

“Trainings going well, I am liaising with Whitedog all the time and doing what I can to match a normal camp in England,” Chart said. 

“I’m managing to train in the mornings and in the evenings due to my work hours out here so I’m getting everything covered. 

“The support from my friends and family is overwhelming. I can’t thanks everybody enough even my new friends over here will be tuning in on Facebook. As much as that means to me nothing compares to the love I have for Whitedog for believing in me. 

“Without Whitedog and my girlfriend Molly I can pretty much guarantee I wouldn’t have achieved half as much as I have today. For that I will be forever grateful.

“Like every one of my previous fights I am not looking beyond this fight. When I win the title, I’ll defend it next season. A couple of times maybe.” 

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