European Champion visits local schoolEmpire Fighting Chance ambassador and current European boxing Champion Lee Selby made a special guest appearance at St. Matthias Pupil Referral Unit for their end of term achievement ceremony this week. The students were in awe of the champion as he presented them with their awards and certificates.
Lee Selby on his World Title EliminatorLee Selby talks to IFL TV about his upcoming world title eliminator and explains why he can be the best Featherweight on the planet.
Super Selby outclasses MunroeLee Selby added the European title to his British belt by stopping Rendall Munroe in the sixth round of their fight in Cardiff. Selby flew out of the blocks and was all over his veteran opponent in the opener, throwing rapid combinations in addition to slick movement that left Munroe bewildered.
Selby vs Munroe European Title Fight February 1stLee Selby and Rendall Munroe are bringing big time boxing back to Wales. The Leicester southpaw's battle with Welsh fighter Lee Selby for the vacant European featherweight title has been confirmed for Cardiff on February 1st.
"It's great news," said Munroe, who won the European and Commonwealth crowns at super-bantamweight.
Victory sees Selby win Lonsdale Belt outrightLee Selby claimed outright ownership of the Lonsdale belt after securing a unanimous decision victory over Ryan Walsh at the O2 Arena. The Welsh fighter made took a couple of rounds to adjust against a clever undefeated opponent before asserting himself to complete a routine defence of his British and Commonwealth featherweight titles.
Lee Selby talks to Jane CouchBritish and Commonwealth Champion Lee Selby along with manager Chris Sanigar talk with Jane Couch. Lee is set to defend his titles in Newport on 25th May 2012.
Lee Selby beats John Simpson to win first title defence
Lee Selby made a successful first defence of his Commonwealth and British featherweight title as he defeated challenger John Simpson on Wednesday.
The Welshman became the first fighter to stop Simpson when Selby knocked him down in round five and the Scot did not beat referee Marcus McDonnell's count.
Selby's victory in London Hall earned him his fourth stoppage in five fights.