Carl Greaves’ fighters mix it up at Grimsby Auditorium as Levi Giles becomes Commonwealth silver super featherweight title champion
It was a successful night for boxers who train and are managed at an area boxing gym.
Levi Giles became Carl Greaves Promotions' 22nd champion after a hard-fought grueling toe toe-to-toe contest against Sheffield fighter Rasaq Najib.
Giles managed to win on a split decision to take the Commonwealth silver super featherweight title at a sold-out Grimsby Auditorium.
Promoter Carl Greaves said I'm delighted for Levi this title is a just reward for all the hard work he has put in over the years he sold nearly 500 tickets which is amazing in today's economic climate.
"I will now be looking at getting Levi a shot at the British and Commonwealth titles next year."
Newark-based Boston pair Harvey Elding and Top Pogson who both train under Greaves and Adam Kettleborough stayed unbeaten with shutout points wins.
Greaves said that Elding works unbelievably hard and is a great prospect for the future.
Greaves added that Elding is only 19 so there is no rush on the fighter's development.
Pogson was an Elite amateur and Greaves said he will be pushing on now and testing himself against some of the top boys in the cruiserweight division.
"I'm pleased with the both of them," said Greaves.
"Now it is a case of going onwards and upwards."