Freddie Turner’s stunning win
Just over a month ago unbeaten Welterweight prospect Freddie Turner was wondering when, and even if, he would get to fight again, having had just a single outing in 2012 and it seemed there were absolutely zero fights on the horizon.
However things soon changed for the 24 year old from Canning Town and last Sunday afternoon, at York Hall in Bethnal Green, Freddie had his maiden outing against Rainham’s Costas Osben under the watchful eyes of TRAD TKO’s Johnny Eames.
Earlier today Freddie took a little time out to talk about the turnaround of fortunes this change of management had made.
“I’m really excited to get my career going again, I’m really happy that Johnny has a plan and the whole team has a plan and we’ve got a future in the game. I had just the one fight last year, nothing to do with myself, I’m always in the gym and ready, I’m always training and I’m fit, but I just got left out really. My old manager, Dean Powell, I know he’s a busy guy and has a lot of fighters but I didn’t get looked after or get the opportunities I deserved, it’s not that I’m not a prospect or a good fighter. I think I am one of the best prospects in the UK, I’ve got great potential and talent so hopefully we’ll see it come through now,” he said.