Unbeaten Junior Middleweight, Chris ‘The Bull’ Baugh, has announced that he will be back in action next month at York Hall on July 18. Fighting on Mickey Helliet’s Hellraiser promotion, Baugh will be making his fifth professional fight, having blasted away his past three opponents in devastating fashion.
Baugh’s last fight came in mid-April, with the 27 year old Islington-based boxer seeing off the spirited challenge of Hungarian Zoltan Turai 6(4)-3 by emphatically stopping him in the fourth round.
Chris Baugh said: “After a really enjoyable break I’m feeling refreshed and ready to get back to business. It’s a genuine honour fight at the prestigious York Hall as a professional; the last time I was there I won by KO…so I’m looking for more of the same! Although my opponent is still to be announced there’s one thing I know about them already – they’re getting beat on July 18.”
To say that Baugh’s route to become a professional boxer has been unconventional is an understatement. He only started boxing during his first week while studying at the London School of Economics aged 19. After graduating he got a high level job working for an international charity but quit shortly after to pursue his dream of becoming a professional boxer.
Trained by respected coaches Bevis Allen and Roy Callaghan out of the renowned Rooney’s Gym in London, Baugh is looking to send a message to the British Light Middleweight division by claiming his 5th victory come July 18.
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