Kent could be the hotspot for boxing according to Moses Itauma as the likes of Cheavon Clarke, Karol Itauma, Sam Noakes, Dennis McCann, Archie Sharp and Louis Greene progress as professionals

Kent could be the new hotspot for professional boxing according to a young fighter who has eyes on a World title. Chatham teenager Moses Itauma is preparing for a fight on the undercard of the heavyweight unification bout between Tyson Fury and Oleksandr Usyk in Riyadh next month and he’s not the only one making waves – with some promising talent emerging from the county. Gravesend’s Cheavon Clarke has been tipped to become a World champion and he fights this Saturday for the vacant WBA inter-continental cruiserweight title. Itauma, 19, has declared his intentions to try and become the younges…

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