Here at Britannia Fleet Removals, we have always strived to help members of the local areas, sponsoring them in many of their ventures.
We are pleased to announce our recent sponsorship of local lad Sam Maxwell in his professional boxing career.
‘Super Sam’ Maxwell starting his amateur boxing career in May 2008 in the London Open Box Cup, achieving the gold medal in his weight class of 60kg. He then proceeded to win the gold medal in the ‘English Universities National Championships’ in December 2008, ‘London Open Box Cup’ in May 2009, ‘London Open Box Cup’ in June 2010, ‘Dublin City Cup’ in October 2011, ‘Great Britain Elite Championships’ in November 2011, ‘Gee Bee International Multi-nations Tournament’ in March 2012, ‘Montreal Box Cup’ in July 2012. Following this tournament he increased his build, promoting his weight class to 64kg, which still didn’t slow his momentum. He won gold in the ‘Tammer International Multi-nations Tournament’ in October 2012, ‘Algirdas Socikas Multi-nations Tournament’ in May 2013, ‘Strandja International Multi-nations Tournament’ in March 2014 and the ‘Tri-Nations International Tournament’ in November 2014. He has also represented Great Britain at both the Commonwealth Games and the Olympics achieving a bronze and a silver respectively.
Sam’s professional career has been just as impressive, facing 6 opponents so far, beating all contenders, 5 by KO.
Under the watchful eye of veteran trainer George Vaughan and world famous promoter Frank Warren, Sam has enhanced his natural talent to the next level and is hoping to be challenging for national and world titles in the very near future.
His upcoming and 7th professional fight is at the SSE Arena, Belfast, on the Carl Frampton undercard. The show will be streamed on BT Sport 1 and BoxNation from 19:30 on Saturday 21st April 2018. His opponent has changed last minute and is now facing Nicaraguan professional Michael Isaac Carrero with a record of 13 wins (6 by KO), 44 losses (11 by KO) and 5 draws. Sam is going to be a huge favourite to win this bout and we can’t wait to see what happens in the future for this bright British boxing starlet.
Good luck Sam!