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Boxing: Withdrawals hinder Pedro ABC Open Air Show

PUBLISHED: 15:00 31 May 2017

The latest news from the local boxing scene (pic: David Davies/PA Images)

The latest news from the local boxing scene (pic: David Davies/PA Images)

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The latest news from the local boxing scene

There was a good turnout for the Pedro ABC Open Air Show at their club headquarters in Rushmore Road, Clapton.

The only downside was that none of their boxers managed to get on when all of their opponents pulled out.

The only Hackney boxer on the bill was Dalston’s Mark Kuderovitch, who boxes for Angel BC.

However, he lost a close contest against Gym South ABC rival Aaron Prosfere in their clash.

Both young boxers traded punches for all three rounds, but Kuderovitch was unable to come out on top.

Lion ABC prospect Ram Singh lost in the National Schools class B 38kg final at the Trafford Centre in Manchester.

Singh had made the long trip north over the Bank Holiday weekend looking for national honours and took on Jack Dayden of Bartley ABC.

The Lion youngster took a more experienced foe in Dayden and so it proved, with the Londoner losing to a unanimous decision, despite all three rounds being close.

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