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Hoo lightweight boxer Adam Dingsdale planning to give up his Southern Area lightweight belt after beating Michael Devine in his latest fight

Hoo boxer Adam Dingsdale
Hoo boxer Adam Dingsdale

Adam Dingsdale is ready for the step up after making light work of his challenger at York Hall.

The 27-year-old Hoo boxer plans to relinquish his Southern Area lightweight belt following a 99-94 points win over Michael Devine.

Dingsdale’s latest eye-catching win sets him up for a mandatory English title challenge or he could even be in line for a shot at the British title. Either way, the Hoo man is on the way up.

He said: “After this one I’m hoping to be fighting for something good. I want to keep moving forward and want something big.”

Dingsdale’s only two defeats have come to world-level fighters, including WBA title holder Derry Mathews.

He said: “Both were world class fighters and I wasn’t beaten by much in either. I am looking to step it up from this level now.”

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