Boxing: Jerome Campbell enjoys winning debut against Luke Fash

PUBLISHED: 13:00 06 March 2018

Kingsbury lightweight Jerome Campbell

Kingsbury lightweight Jerome Campbell


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Kingsbury lightweight Jerome Campbell enjoyed a winning debut with a success on a Goodwin card at York Hall on Saturday.

The 26-year-old took on the experienced Luke Fash from Hull, but Campbell showed no sign of nerves as he dominated the fight with fast jabs.

Campbell forced his rival to fight on the back foot for much of the contest, which came to an end in round four.

Campbell caught Fash hard with a body punch that sent his rival crashing to the canvas, prompting referee Martin Williams to step in.

The 26-year-old is managed and trained by Xavier Miller, who will be back at York Hall this Saturday with another fighter from Brent.

Miller looks after Willesden cruiserweight Ossie Jervier, who faces Kristof Demendi on another Goodwin bill.

Also in action is Northolt lightweight Dennis Wahome on what looks to be another promising card at the famous York Hall venue in Bethnal Green.

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