Isaac Chamberlain

‘Chambo’ has an aura about himself that oozes flair, professionalism and self-driven determination that only makes his fights more exciting. He is a star in the making, and under Eddie Hearn I can assure you that Isaac will become a boxing hotshot. As he isaac-chamberlainmost definitely has the potential to become the number 1 ranked Cruiserweight in the UK and in good few more years he should be gunning for a world title. But first he needs to keep on track, keep winning fights and gain that experience that can only be earned in the ring.

At the moment, he boasts a clean record of 6-0-0, and has beaten many worthy fighters in those 6 fights. Including the likes
of Wadi Camacho in a thrilling encounter at York Hall. This was the main event and what a main event it lived up to be. As mentioned in my article on Felix Cash (who was on the undercard), I fortunately was able to watch arguably the FOTY live. The atmosphere was special and everyone anticipated a good’ol cruiserweight tear up, and indeed it was, but what surprised me was Isaac’s genuine boxing ability. Obviously we cannot ignore the tremendous heart he showed that night as his shoulder popped out of place during the fight, but his ring craft and quick reflexes was what really impressed me and many other fight fans that night.

He is set to fight on the 4th of March and I can assure you I will most definitely be watching. One to keep an eye on.



Felix Cash

felix-photoPreviously Cash was boxing with Team GB as an amateur but recently turned pro with Matchroom boxing, and has had a steady record of 4 wins out of 4 (3 KO’s). Personally watching Felix perform on the undercard at York Hall, I was not only amazed at his speed but his ability to read his opponent. He knew when to strike with his flurries of punches, or keep his distance with the stiff jab. Furthermore he managed to engage the whole crowd and create an amazing atmosphere; I can see Eddie Hearn featuring Cash in a Main Event just because of how entertaining he his. He boxed as an amateur with fellow pro Jake Ball at Guildford City Boxing Club under the legendary coach John Edwards. I believe his successful amateur career will give him the right grounding to one day become champion of the world- which is a strong possibility if he trains hard enough and attracts the right attention.  Let’s hope we see more of him in the future.

Check out Felix Cash’s humble interview with iFL TV: Felix’s Post Fight Interview

Anthony Yarde

Coming from London, England, this name is definitely one to look out for. This young light-heavyweight prospect has a perfect record of 9 fights, 9 wins (8 KO’s).

With aFrank Warren Show, Boxing, York Hall, Bethnal Green, London, United Kingdom - 10 Jun 2016n extremely athletic build, you would think Yarde would be relying on his knockout skills to finish his opponents, which is often the case for many British fighter such as the great Nigel Benn. However Yarde is a very technical boxer and although he has the capability to put his opponents to sleep, he likes to suss out his opponents. Stalking them down while looking both calm and relaxed, this allows him to snap his shots from any angle, and when they land (99% of the time) then its game over. If you’re looking for someone to get excited about then it’s this guy.

He’s currently under the promoter Frank Warren, and you can watch many of his fights on Box Nation. All thats needed now is for Anthony Yarde to gain more experience and I’m sure he will become a world champion.

Check out Anthony Yarde ‘s Brutal Knock out.