Jamie Arthur: 'Bradley Pryce has already beaten better fighters than Sergey Rabchenko'

At the ripe old age of 32, Welsh enigma Bradley Pryce gets what will surely be a final bite at securing a title commensurate with his prodigious natural ability this weekend.On Saturday evening, the one they call ‘Sugar Sweet’ challenges unbeaten Belarussian Sergey Rabchenko for the European light-middleweight crown in Vratsa, Bulgaria.
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November 15, 2013  |  Discuss

Arthur's Gym win three Welsh ABA Novice titles

It was a successful weekend for Commonwealth Games gold medallist Jamie Arthur who saw three of the boxers he coaches win Welsh ABA titles at the Novice Championships in Swansea.The first of the successes came from 38KG schoolboy boxer Dylan John who fought Chepstow's Dylan Stroud, an opponent with twice as much experience. Every round was competitive but it's was John'...
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October 14, 2013  |  Discuss

Jamie Arthur's gym is thriving: Twelve of his boxers enter the Welsh ABA Championships

Commonwealth Games gold medallist Jamie Arthur says that his amateur boxing club is thriving after he entered 12 of his boxers in to this year’s Welsh ABA Novice Championships.The only other club to enter as many boxers was the established and hugely successful Splott ABC, Arthur insists that the size of his Arthur’s ABC’s squad in just its second season is testament to the...
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October 02, 2013  |  Discuss

Learning Curve: Scott Quigg Ticks Another Box In Up And Down Win Over Jamie Arthur

(Photo via)Scott Quigg found himself resting on his face in the 4th round of his British junior featherweight title defence against Cwmbran challenger Jamie Arthur, yet the Bury starlet managed to react like the fighter of real quality he shows continuing signs of becoming in clambering up to stop his assailant in round 8. After a cagy opening quarter at Bolton’s Reebok Stadium...
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February 05, 2012  |  Discuss

British Beat: Scott Quigg Sharpens Up Against Jamie Arthur; Tony Dodson Looks To Upset “The ...

As Belfast’s Carl Frampton shimmers in the aftermath of another well executed hatchet job this past weekend, his domestic rival and newly appointed British king at junior featherweight, Scott Quigg, looks to tilt the spotlight back his way on Saturday against recently retired Welshman, Jamie Arthur. Quigg punched laser beams through Jason Booth in October during an intense showing...
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February 02, 2012  |  Discuss

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