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Rocky Fielding

An excellent performance in Liverpool on 12 July saw Rocky claim the Super Middleweight WBA Intercontinental belt in his 19th fight, with a TKO of the highly respected Noe Gonzales in round 5. This drew parallels with George Groves who in his 19th fight beat Gonzales in round 5, a fight that propelled him to fight Carl Froch for the world title in 2013. The win sees Rocky moving up the world rankings into the top 10 with two of the boards.

He turned pro in 2010, and went on to win Prizefighter causing a stoppage in each of his three fights and becoming the first boxer in a Prizefighter series to do so. Rocky currently has a record of 19-0 with 11 knockouts and has made significant technical improvements by working hard with trainer Oliver Harrison, to add to his natural power.

Rocky was born in 1987 in Liverpool and christened Michael but owing to his 10 lbs birth weight his father nicknamed him 'The Rock'. He started out boxing in Stockbridge ABC as an amateur and reached the 2007/2008 ABA Light Heavyweight final. Following his win in Prizefighter, Rocky went on to win the English Super Middleweight title in 2012 defeating Carl Dilks. The following year he defeated Mohammed Akrong to win the vacant Commonwealth Super-Middleweight Title.