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Reinvigorated Warren Sinden Ready To Kick On



With the bit between his teeth and a new found love for the sport, Welshpool light-middleweight, Warren Sinden, is ready to make up for lost time.

The 24-year old stepped away from boxing in 2011 but returned with a bang earlier this year.

Sinden has signed a ten-fight deal with boxing promotions company, It’s-A-Bout-Boxing. It’s a marriage made in heaven. Sinden has the talent whilst promoter Marcus Anderson and trainer Mark Wall, from Prospects Gym in Birmingham, have the expertise to hone Sinden’s unquestionable skills.

The two time Welsh ABA Finalist is reinvigorated and claimed an impressive points win over Disney Huni on his It’s-A-Bout-Boxing debut back in June.
“Boxing is my drug and my high in life so I feel amazing being back in the ring,” he told www.uko-boxing.com. “I was out of the sport for a while due to a few personal problems and I just struggled to settle in another gym, so it was a very low time for me.

“I felt like I had let a lot of people down after my debut (back in 2011), so getting back into a training routine and boxing in front of people again was a nice feeling and getting the win as well topped it off.”

Despite being away from the sport for a lengthy period, ‘Big Rig’ Sinden attracted over 150 supporters to his win over Huni and admits that the electric atmosphere played a huge impact in guiding him to victory.

He will be hoping for more of the same when he takes on his next challenger at It’s-A-Bout-Boxing first show of the new season on Friday, 13th September at The Institute, Digbeth, Birmingham.

It’s-A-Bout-Boxing, under the guidance of Anderson, are building a reputation for high action, high adrenaline shows at affordable prices. Sinden is delighted to be a part of the dynamic brand and is looking forward to the future.

“The atmosphere at my last fight was incredible,” he added. “I try to ignore it and focus on my game but when the noise is so electric it’s difficult to blank it out. It definitely spurs me on.

“I’ve always had a decent fan base, even from my amateur days, and it has grown overtime. There will be another large amount of support coming to my next fight and no doubt they’ll make a terrific atmosphere.

“The noise my fans make, coupled with the great venue that is the Institute and the great work from It’s-A-Bout-Boxing, means that the future is looking really bright. Together we can go places.”

Tickets are just £25 General, £50 Ringside and £75 VIP Ringside. They are by calling the Box Office on 0845 467 3930 or 07888 870 650.

Sinden is just one of the attractions at It’s-A-Bout Boxing’s scarily good ‘Friday 13th’ Show.

Top of the bill sees Birmingham’s Chris Truman take on Sean Lewis for an International Masters Welterweight Title.

Stablemates of Sinden, at Prospects Gym, Michael ‘Mad Man’ Mooney and Ainsley Seivwright are also in action alongside unbeaten Brummie super middleweight, Andrew ‘D’Animal’ Robinson.

Exciting Dudley middleweight prospect, Ryan ‘Tank’ Aston, is also back in action. Young Mutley is now off the bill having postponed his ring return following his retirement last year.

Coventry’s unbeaten heavyweight, Mike O’Hagan, Super flyweight prospect Samson ‘Slick’ Sykes and youngster Mikey Boyles complete the card on what is sure to be a fiendishly good night of boxing.

‘Friday 13th’. It’s the one you’ve all been screaming for.
Tickets are just £25 General, £50 Ringside and £75 VIP Ringside. They are by calling the Box Office on 0845 467 3930 or 07888 870 650.

To find out more about It’s-A-Bout-Boxing, visit www.itsaboutboxing.com.