MIDDLEWEIGHT PROSPECT | ALEX ‘BAD NEWS’ HUGHES

BACKGROUND…

Making his Professional debut on the undercard of Rees Vs. Buckland in 2014, Middleweight Alex ‘Bad News’ Hughes took the opportunity to nail his name to the mast as one to watch in the years to follow, He has since made good on all the assurances given from those around him of being one of the Uk’s best prospects in ammassing a record of 13 wins without loss since that moment.

NameAlex Hughes
Age25
WeightMiddleweight
StanceOrthodox
Height6’2
ResidanceMeardy, Wales

Aged 25, Hughes with his prime years still ahead of him fully intends to live up to his nickname, which can only become ‘Bad News’ for the division, already sending out a statement by sending seven of his victims to the canvas or stopped short of the final bell, its enough to have even the harshest of critics standing up to take note of Maerdy’s latest talent.

We at TopClassBoxing have been lucky enough to follow his journey from the start, from the spacious setting of opening the fight card at the Motorpoint Arena in Cardiff all those years ago to the inevitable titles that are sure to follow.

Make sure to check back often where you will find updated fight news, fight records, Exclusive Interviews as well as recaps from his fights along the way.

Alex is managed by Gary Lockett

PROFESSIONAL RECORD – 13-0-0 (7 KO’s)

DateOpponentResult
2019-03-01 Wilmer Gonzalez KO
2018-11-30 Adam Grabiec TKO
2018-11-17 Greg O’Neill* KO
2017-04-22 Daniel Urbanski TKO
2016-11-26 Harry Matthews*PTS
2016-07-16 Alistair Warren* PTS
2015-12-12 Murad Dalkhaev UD
2015-10-10 Kieron GrayPTS
2015-07-17 Wayne Reed PTS
2015-05-09 Gyorgy Varga TKO
2015-02-21 Deividas Sajauka PTS
2014-12-13 Jamie Gelder KO
2014-05-17 Mark Till TKO

HUGHES MAKES QUICK WORK OF GONZALEZ

Middleweight Alex Hughes (13-0)continued his rich vein of knockouts in his one round demolition of Wilmer Gonzalez (19-13-1).

The Maerdy fighter dropped the central American on two occasions with great accuracy of well-placed body shots as the fight was rightly waved off after just 2:04.

It was Hughes’ fourth consecutive knockout victory which goes to prove his decision to drop back down to his old hunting ground was a masterstroke following a brief spell at Super Middleweight


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