Archive for October, 2008

ITV primetime show Beat the Star !!!

Wednesday, October 29th, 2008

ITV have contacted us asking if any of our members would like to take part in their primetime show Beat The Star if any of you are interested contact them direct and just mention your a member of the Boxing Clinic. (more…)

A Gladiatorial Display of Boxing at The Vauxhall Colloseum.

Tuesday, October 28th, 2008


It wasn’t quite Vegas but it did begin with a ‘V’.  Thursday 23rd October saw the first rounds of the Boxing Clinic Contender Competition at the Vauxhall Colloseum.  Eighteen Boxing Clinic fighters, across four weight divisions, battled it out for a shot at the title to be held December 4th.



The Times Online & Bond

Tuesday, October 28th, 2008

 Graham helps The Times on becoming Bond !

What does it take to become a James Bond ?

Hugo Rifkind from the Times came to the Boxing Clinic to learn some moves !      click on the link to watch what happened !



Tuesday, October 21st, 2008

That’s Paul Hines, The Clinic’s new trainer.


We’ve already got Burpee Boylan and Bad Ass Ben, what will we make of Paul, our new trainer?  My first impression of Paul was that he was quietly spoken, pensive and patient – but soft and cuddly he’s not.

 Combat’s his thing!  He’s a full time Combat Instructor at Pancrase London – an all singing all dancing gym for combat of all kinds. 



Sunday, October 19th, 2008


Keelin sounds like a game on girl.   An independent woman, working in the competitive world of broking and boxing in her down time to ease some of the current high stress surrounding the world of money. It’s not her dream job but a stepping-stone to something higher up the ladder when Keelin eventually returns to her native Canada.

 But it’s not just the high stress of her job that’s driven her to boxing – it’s our fine food too!  


A Man of Medicine…. and some big words!

Tuesday, October 7th, 2008


At the sprightly age of 20, Kieran thinks that he may be the baby of the Clinic.  Certainly he must be one of them if you don’t count the Saturday morning kids’ sessions.   However, when considering some of his answers to my questions he seems old beyond his years.  


The Boxing Clinic in the Press