Junior Witter

Junior Witter

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Junior Witter (born 10 March 1974) is a professional boxer from Bradford, West Yorkshire, England. He is the former WBC world light-welterweight champion, and has been a European, British and Commonwealth Light-Welterweight champion.


Early professional career

Witter's first fight as a professional took place in January 1997 and scored a draw over Cameron Raeside at the Green Bank Leisure Centre in Derbyshire. He scored his first win as a professional in his next fight, travelling to Yarm to beat John Green over six rounds. Five more fights happened in 1997 (all wins) for Witter to end the year with a record of 6-0-1. Witters next year as a professional started in the same way as his first; a draw over Mark Grundy! Despite this he fought four more times during the year meaning that at the end of only his second year as a pro he had compiled of record of 12-0-2 scoring decent wins along the way over the likes of Jan Piet Bergman (35-1) and Mark Winters (13-1). The beginning of 1999 begun with a win. The fight, with Malcolm Melvin, also resulted in a first career pro title for the man from Bradford as he knocked out his opponent in the 2nd round to claim the WBF Light Welterweight title.

Defeat to Judah

Following his WBF title win Witter fought four more victories and found himself in June 2000 with a record of 15-0-2 and challenging for his first genuine World title against American Zab Judah. The fight, which took place in Glasgow...
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