Thomas Stalker returns on Abril-Mathews undercard in Liverpool

Liverpool favorite Tom Stalker makes his return to the ring on Friday March 6th at the Echo Arena as he looks to get back to winning ways. Stalker suffered his first career loss to rival Jack Catterall in a brutal battle last October, but has vowed to return stronger than before when he features on the undercard of Liverpool’s big show. The 30-year-old light-welterweight makes his...
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January 22, 2015  |  Discuss

Thomas Stalker vs. Jack Catterall added to Oct 25th Liverpool show

Top talents Tom Stalker and Jack Catterall will clash in an exciting battle of unbeaten fighters on the big Echo Arena show in Liverpool on Saturday October 25th. The addition of another thrilling contest adds even more intrigue to the card headlined by Paul Butler’s history making IBF World Super-Flyweight title challenge against Champion Zolani Tete. Liverpool stars Liam Smith...
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September 30, 2014  |  Discuss

Thomas Stalker faces fellow unbeaten Chris Jenkins on Oct 25th card

London Olympic 2012 Captain Tom Stalker will face fellow unbeaten fighter Chris Jenkins in a British Light Welterweight Title eliminator on Queensberry Promotions’ ‘Magnificent Seven Fight Again’ bill at the Liverpool Echo Arena on October 25th. Frank Warren won the purse bids this month for the contest and Liverpool favourite Stalker will be looking to put himself in line for a...
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August 21, 2014  |  Discuss

Matchroom splits with Thomas Stalker, brings in undefeated Robbie Davies

Matchroom Sport have parted company with Tom Stalker following the expiration of his promotional agreement. The Liverpool man had five fights after turning pro in January before suffering an arm injury in July that required surgery and led to an extended period on the sidelines. “It has been great working with Tom and we wish him all the best for the future,” said promoter Eddie...
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January 09, 2014  |  Discuss

Olympic Men's Boxing Quarterfinals Results: Light Flyweights, Light Welterweights, Light ...

In the final day of men's boxing Quarterfinal action, one division's 2008 gold medalist had to edge by controversially and is looking vulnerable at age 31 (Zou Shiming), one division saw an upset that aroused a lot of passion (Munkh-Erdene Uranchimeg vs. Thomas Stalker) and in another division, the consensus class of the division was knocked off (Julio la Cruz Peraza). The day closed...
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August 08, 2012  |  Discuss

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