Neil said: “It was an amazing feeling to take to the ring - especially with so many friendly faces in the crowd. I think excitement just about outweighed nerves on the day and I was able to win my fight.
“Having trained together, I’d got to know the other fighters quite well so it was strange to be up against one of them. It was a real mixed bag of people taking part - the youngest was 18 and the heaviest 19 stone. The organisers make sure that you’re closely matched for weight, age and ability though, so the fights are all fair and exciting.”
“It’s a great way to get and stay fit,” he said. “I’d encourage anyone who’s open to raising money in this way to go for it! There are lots of UWCB events around the country, so why not?”
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