Hellraiser Boxing News | After a year away, Charlie Shane is back in the ring next month.
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Shane won all seven fights and was closing in on a shot at
Southern Area honours before family commitments forced him to take a break.
“My girlfriend Sarah had a rough pregnancy,” said the 28
year old from Chatham ahead of his comeback fight on promoter Mickey Helliet’s show
at the York Hall in Bethnal Green on Friday, November 29.
“I had to help out around the house and there wasn’t the
time to get to the gym.
“That’s the only break I’ve had from boxing for seven or
eight years and it cost me my ranking which I had worked hard to get.
“But I did what I had to do.
“I have to work my way back up now. I really want to push on
and fight for something after my next one.”
His fight at the York Hall is made at 12 stones and
depending on how well he makes the weight, Shane says he could drop down to
He believes he has a style to trouble opponents in both
divisions. He’s a southpaw who stands 6ft tall and said: “I’m a boxer-puncher
who’s quick and I throw a lot of punches.”
As an amateur, Shane twice reached NABC finals in his 40-bout
career, but says he was always better suited to the paid ranks and is
determined to make his mark.
“Boxing is in my family,” he said. “My great granddad, my
granddad and my uncle Peter all had a lot of amateur bouts.
“I’m the first one in the family to turn professional.
“I’ve got the chance to do something in the pros and the
first goal is the Southern Area title. I’m not going to say I’m going to be
world champion. I’m realistic. It’s going to be tough to win the Southern Area
title and if I can get that and defend it a few times, then I will look to move
Shane steps back into a thriving Kent boxing scene.
Louis Greene last month headed to Poland to shock Lukasz
Wierzbicki, who had won his first 18 fights, and Lenny Fuller was a finalist in
the recent ‘Ultimate Boxxer.’
Grant Dennis was also a finalist in the BT Sport-televised tournament
and Shane said: “There’s a real buzz around the area at the moment and now it’s
my time to do something.”
Posted: 2nd Nov 2019
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