Unbeaten heavyweight jumps on fast track at York Hall
Heavyweight boxing’s worst-kept secret George Fox will show the world what awaits when he fights on the #GoldenContract card at York Hall on October 4.
‘The Future’ (2-0), who is the son of renowned trainer Don Charles, has sparred some of the division’s biggest names and has a chance to snatch plenty of limelight on the ground-breaking bill in London.
Fox said: “I am so excited for my ring return on this big card. My aim is to become heavyweight champion and there is no doubt in my mind that will happen.
“This will be my first fight in a while but I can’t wait to put on a great performance and show people what I am capable of.”
Fox’s co-manager Sam Jones added: “I am delighted George is on this big bill on the undercard of this great tournament.
“George has been out of the ring far too long but between S-Jam and MTK Global, we will be keeping him very busy. Hopefully early next year he’ll be ready for a big domestic fight.”
News of Fox’s opponent will be forthcoming in due course.
A huge night at the home of British boxing sees the kick-off of the hotly-anticipated #GoldenContract tournament, which features 24 fighters across three weight divisions compete for a two-year, fight-five deal with a top promoter.
At the October 4 curtain-raiser, the featherweight quarter-finals take place with the likes of Team Southpaw Jab’s Ryan Walsh, Davey Oliver Joyce, Tyrone McCullagh, Jazza Dickens, Leigh Wood, Hairon Socarras and more vying to progress to the final four.