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  • Williams chalks up second ring win

    Williams chalks up second ring win0

    By Jim Windle LONDON — Six Nations amateur boxer Skyler Williams of Brantford’s Bell City Boxing Club won his second bout in London at the Warrior Gym last week as a part of a fight card. Williams, a late comer to the fight game, recorded his first win in July at the Knights of Columbus

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  • Hess impressive in first round TKO

    Hess impressive in first round TKO0

    BRANTFORD — It was kind of a “do-over” for Super Welterweight, Karl “the Razor” Hess in Collingwood last weekend as he and fellow Black-Eye-Boxing club mate, heavyweight. Craig “Wardog” Hudson came home with impressive wins. For Hess, the disappointment of loosing his first professional bout in Mississauga was avenged as he delivered a first round

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  • Razor ready for redemption

    Razor ready for redemption0

    COLLINGWOOD — Six Nations’ Professional boxer Karl “Razor “ Hess and Black-Eye-Boxing Club Super-Heavyweight, Carl “Warhog” Hudson, will be in Collingwood July 21st promoted by United Boxing Promotions. For Hess it will be a fight for redemption as he tries to erase all memories of the loss he suffered in his first Super-Welterweight fight in

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  • Skyler Williams wins ring debut

    Skyler Williams wins ring debut1

    BRANTFORD — “Friday Night Fights Under the Lights” promoted by the Bell City Boxing Club drew about 320 to the Knights of Columbus Hall in Brantford who, along with a full fight card, saw two Six Nations boxers make their debut to the ring. Rookie Super-heavyweight Brody Williams and light-heavy-weight Skyler Williams, no relation, each

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  • Two Six Nations’ boxers on the fight card for this Friday

    Two Six Nations’ boxers on the fight card for this Friday0

    BRANTFORD — Super HeavyWeight boxer Brody Williams will be making his ring debut this Friday night at the Knights of Columbus Hall on Catherine Street in West Brantford, promoted by the Bell City Boxing Club. Williams’ step-dad was a boxer in the Air Force and growing up with him sparked his interest in boxing. Bill first began training

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  • Razor disappointed but not disheartened

    Razor disappointed but not disheartened0

    BRANTFORD – There is still some disappointment in Karl “theRazor” Hess’ voice two days after losing his professional boxing debut, Saturday night at the Hershey Centre in Mississauga to Mexican fighter, Mario Orozco. Or maybe it was the laboured breathing that I heard in his voice. The truth is, it was a little of both. Hess trained hard, got

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