Cyclone Promotions undefeated prospects Chris Billam-Smith (dated 2018 silver sharpie), Lee McGregor (silver sharpie) and Chantelle Cameron SIGNED 8" x 10" photos X3.
Cruiserweight prospect Chris Billam-Smith has made an explosive start since turning pro under the Cyclone Promotions banner last year. The former ABA finalist made a huge statement on his professional debut in September, as he spectacularly wiped out Russ Henshaw in the opening round before an elated home crowd in Bournemouth.
‘The Gentleman’ has since extended his record to five knockout wins from five contests, including impressive performances on the respective undercards of stablemates George Groves and Josh Taylor. He returns to action at Bournemouth’s O2 Academy in June, as he looks to claim a sixth successive stoppage victory before an ever growing fan base.
Lee McGregor set the amateur boxing scene alight with his rapid rise through the ranks over the last couple of years. The former GB Senior bantamweight (56kg) champion produced a number of scintillating performances before turning professional under the Cyclone Promotions banner in October 2017.
The self-proclaimed ‘Lightning’ has been touted as a future star of the sport, and having notched up three early stoppage wins in his first three contests, he is yet to put a foot wrong in the paid ranks. McGregor has already amassed a passionate fan-base to match his scintillating style, and you can expect big things from the 21-year-old over the coming years.
Life in the professional ranks has gotten off to a perfect start for the exciting Chantelle Cameron. The 26-year-old started her journey as a pro with Cyclone Promotions in May of last year, and just six fights later, she has claimed – and successfully defended – the IBO World Lightweight title.
The talented Northampton champion has produced a series of eye catching performances over the last year, and a relentless front foot style has helped ‘Wham Bam Cam’ garner a reputation as one of the most exciting fighters in women’s boxing. Cameron dreams of unifying both the Super Featherweight and Lightweight divisions, and it would appear that many big nights await the former Team GB member.