Disappointing 2020 turns into a promising 2021
Updated: Dec 12, 2020
Safe to say for many 2020 has been a disappointing year and this has been no exception for Matt Sen.
2020 saw inactivity for Sen and a disappointing first round stoppage against Issac Chamberlain in November, never the less Sen hoped to finish 2020 on a high by beating the one who calls himself 'The Promise', Perry Howe on a show in Sheffield Arena this weekend.
Howe has taken to social media stating how looking forward to fighting this weekend and in the matter of hours pulled out of the agreed fight with Sen. Sen not given much of an explanation from Howe's side other than the fights off, so we can only presume he wanted none of the Slugger.
Sen now looks to rebuild under the BCB banner and following getting back to winning ways early 2021, looks at fellow Wolverhampton opponent, Antony Woolery for a Battle of the Midlands for the vacant Midlands Area Title.
Wolverhampton rivals, Sen and Woolery have both fought top level opponents over the last year or two and were set to clash in their hometown of Wolverhampton prior to the pandemic.
They now hope to pick things up in 2021 and challenge for the Midlands Title to see not only who is King of the Midlands but also who sits on the top of the tree in their hometown.
This is more than just a Battle for the Midlands, this is also for the Cruiserweight Boxing Pride of Wolverhampton.
The Midlands Title has been vacant for over 5 years and both Sen and Woolery have firmly set their eyes on this title when they clash in 2021.
Lets hope this lines up to be an epic bout between the two foward fighting, Wolverhampton boxers and there are fireworks as these two go head to head in 2021.