Reynolds wins National Elite title

Luton boxer Jordan Reynolds was crowned National Elite 75kg champion at York Hall over the weekend.

Friday, 27th April 2018, 5:58 pm
Updated Friday, 27th April 2018, 6:01 pm
Jordan Reynolds celebrates his title

Boxing for Hoddesdon BC, Reynolds started off by defeating Bradley Goldsmith from Triumph on a split decision.

On the success, he tweeted: “1 down 2 to go!! Left it close this afternoon but stepped it up 2nd & last round to go on & get the win!

“We go again tomorrow.”

Reynolds was then up against Ramtin Mussah from Beartown in the semi-final, which he once again came through via a split decision.

The Lutonian took to social media to say: “Through to the elite national finals.

“#AStormIsComing.”

In the final, Reynolds faced Ben Fail from Far Cotton, as he vas victorious via a unanimous decision.

Tweeting after his success, Reynolds added: “Thank you for all your support! My sponsors my team, my family & friends.

“Couldn’t do it without you all #LutonsFinest.”

>> Luton’s Kay Prosper will fight Nathan Weise in an eliminator for the English title at super-lightweight on Saturday, May 19.

The former Hockwell Ring fighter has won 11 from his 12 bouts, while Weise has 12 victories, five losses and two draws.