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Pauls maintains stunning unbeaten record

By Tom Howe 10th May 2017

Pauls maintains stunning unbeaten record
FAN favourite: Newquay boxer Brad Pauls has earned huge support

NEWQUAY boxer Brad Pauls was in seventh heaven as he maintained his 100% record in the professional ring, beating Rob Brown on points in front of huge home support.

More than 170 fans of the up-and-coming ‘Newquay Bomber’ packed into Plymouth’s Guildhall to witness the 24-year-old middleweight secure his seventh win from seven bouts.

Boasting four knockouts, Pauls’ progress has been as rapid as it has been powerful and his growing reputation has already seen him mooted as a British champion in the making.

After his original opponent Anthony Fox pulled out with injury, Pauls impressed the judges enough to overcome the challenge of Brown during an action-packed six-fight ‘Mayhem’ show, presented by BCB Promotions.

Coming just two weeks after knocking down Georgi Valevski, an unfazed Pauls told the NewquayVoice: “The fight was exactly what I needed at this point in my career, a good four rounds under my belt before I step up to six.

“My opponent was game and tough. I hit him with some big uppercuts but he wasn't going down and that is a good experience for me. My jab worked better than ever before and I feel I'm genuinely improving.

“The support I had was unbelievable. I ended up with over 170 people there cheering me on. The noise and atmosphere was on another level. When I box close to home I feel like the whole of Newquay is behind me. I am so lucky for the support I get. With support like that big things should be happening in the near future.

“I am going to rest for a couple of weeks then start planning my next fight, preferably in July, but I am keeping my options open and seeing what opportunities present themselves.”

Backed by Goodwin Boxing - who also represent the likes of current English welterweight champion John O'Donnell, current British light-heavyweight champion Frank Buglioni and current English light-heavyweight champion Joel Mcintyre - Pauls concluded: “Thank you to my sponsors Traditional Property Group, Craftworks Street Kitchen, Bertie O'Flannigan's, Steve’s Tattooist, Old Faithful Barber, Noir Agency, Central Inn and Ultimate Newquay.”

Search ‘Brad Pauls - Professional Boxer’ to join his ever-expanding social media following and keep up to date with his progress.

By Tom Howe 10th May 2017

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