WELTERWEIGHT SILVER

Michael McKinson retained his WBC International Silver title on Friday night October 26th at the York Hall in London.   McKinson (15-0) outpointed  Sammy McNess.   More to come.

Sam McNess –                       10st 6lbs 6oz               66.395  Kgs

Michael McKinson –          10st 5lbs 8oz               65.998  Kgs

(Both boxers made the weight at the first attempt)

 McKinson

  McNess

Previously reported:

Michael McKinson (born in Portsmouth, Hampshire, UK, based in Belfast, Northern Ireland)  stopped  Colin   Lynes from UK to win the vacant WBC International 147 Lbs Silver title.

Saturday November 25th2017  at the Mountbatten Centre, Portsmouth, Hampshire, United Kingdom –

Michael McKinson, a native of Belfast (Nothern Ireland) but based in Portsmouth (England) won the vacant WBC International Welterweight Silver title by stopping much more experienced Colin Lynes after  2:50 of round six .   Lynes, 39, never got on track against a much younger opponent and was on the receiving end of the youngster’s punches from the very first round.    The Young winner  (now 13-0, 2 KOs) was just 4, when Lynes turned pro in 1998.   More news and pictures to come*   The show was promoted by Mr. Al Siesta (pictured above with Mauro).

 

 

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Former WBC International SILVER champs in this division

Fredrick Lawson   Ghana

Shayne  SINGLETON  UK

Sam Eggington           UK

Patrick Allotey           Ghana

Victor ‘Lupo’ Puiu       Romania-Canada

Ahmed Kotiev            Russia    *   Interim

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Former WBC International  SILVER  champions in this division

Shayne  SINGLETON  UK

  Sam Eggington  UK

  Patrick Allotey  Ghana

  Victor ‘Lupo’ Puiu  Romania-Canada

  Ahmed Kotiev    Russia    *   Interim