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Dave Proud vs Mickey Minter Also Featuring John Feeney vs Neil McLaughlin Official Onsite Poster

Dave Proud vs Mickey Minter Also Featuring John Feeney vs Neil McLaughlin Official Onsite Poster

Dave Proud vs Mickey Minter official on-site poster, 13th November 1978, Seymour Hall, Marylebone, London.

*Minter halted due to cut right eye in round 3

Also featuring:-
John Feeney vs Neil McLaughlin
Sid Smith vs Ray Ross (replaced Gerry Maguire)
Billy O'Grady vs Barry Price
Gary Nickels vs Terry Hanna
Ian Cole vs Kendrick Edwards


The poster measuring 10 1/2" x 19 1/4" exhibits a tough gym wall life and the 2 top edge punch holes for display/hanging purposes are a facet from the period.

Condition good (creasing with edge wear & tear, stain marks & discoloration with 4 small corner pin holes)

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Dave Proud (Penge) was active between 1968 and 1979
He boxed at welterweight; light-middleweight; middleweight and took part in 33 professional contests.











Mick Minter
Bouts: 27
Rounds: 174
KOs: 7%
Born: 24-05-1956
Debut: 19-01-1976
Division: Super Welterweight
Residence: Crawley, Sussex, United Kingdom

W 12 (2 KOs) / L 13 (5 KOs) / D 2












John Feeney
Birthdate: 15-05-1958
Division: Bantamweight
Height: 5′ 6″ / 168cm
Country: United Kingdom
Residence: Hartlepool, County Durham, United Kingdom
Birth place: Hartlepool, County Durham, United Kingdom

Won 35 (KO 12) + lost 13 (KO 1) + drawn 0 = 48
Rounds boxed: 398 KO% 25











Neil McLaughlin
Born in the Bogside area of Derry in 1948, Neil McLaughlin’s first sport was gymnastics but after a falling out with a teacher at the club he took up boxing. With St. Eugene’s Amateur Boxing Club he was Irish flyweight champion in 1971 and 1972, and was a bronze medallist at the 1971 European Championships in Madrid. At the Munich Olympic Games he recorded victories in his opening two contests but in the quarter-finals was defeated by the Ugandan boxer Leo Rwabwogo. A lifelong Republican, he told the Bloody Sunday Inquiry that he heard bullets "whoosh" over his head as paratroopers fired at him as they moved into Derry's Bogside on Sunday, 30 January 1972. He supported the Peace Process and the Good Friday Agreement, and he worked for Sinn Féin right up until he fell into bad health.












Sid Smith
Rounds: 133
KOs: 52%
Born: 24-03-1959
Debut: 13-03-1978
Division: Super Lightweight
Height: 5′ 7″ / 170cm
Residence: Forest Hill, London, United Kingdom
Birth Place: Lambeth, London, United Kingdom

W 20 (13 KOs) / L 5 (3 KOs) / D 0












Ray Ross
Bouts: 37
Rounds: 212
KOs: 14%
Born: 13-09-1950
Debut: 05-03-1975
Division: Super Lightweight
Residence: Ardglass, Northern Ireland, United Kingdom
Birth Place: Killough, Northern Ireland, United Kingdom

W 8 (5 KOs) / L 28 (13 KOs) / D 0












Billy O'Grady
Bouts: 18
Rounds: 115
KOs: 17%
Born: 24-09-1958
Debut: 15-05-1978
Division: Lightweight
Residence: Deptford, London, United Kingdom

W 8 (3 KOs) / L 5 (2 KOs) / D 5












Barry Price (Brighton) was active between 1976 and 1981
He boxed at lightweight; light-welterweight and took part in 60 professional contests.













Gary Nickels
Bouts: 32
Rounds: 193
KOs: 22%
Born: 20-06-1958
Debut: 09-10-1978
Division: Super Featherweight
Height: 5′ 7″ / 170cm
Residence: Paddington, London, United Kingdom
Birth Place: London, United Kingdom

W 23 (7 KOs) / L 7 (3 KOs) / D 2












Terry Hanna (Belfast) was active between 1977 and 1979
He boxed at bantamweight; featherweight and took part in 6 professional contests.












Ian Cole (Brighton) was active between 1978 and 1979
He boxed at welterweight; light-middleweight and took part in 5 professional contests.












Kendrick Edwards
Bouts: 21
Rounds: 107
KOs: 14%
Born: 23-09-1955
Debut: 06-10-1977
Division: Super Welterweight
Residence: St Albans, Hertfordshire, United Kingdom

W 8 (3 KOs) / L 13 (2 KOs) / D 0