Organised Mayhem TOP 18.6.22
Tommy Owens Promotions held there June show at the H-Suite Edgbaston 18th of June 2022. The show was called Organised Mayhem and consisted of six bouts of boxing with five over four 3-minute rounds and one over four, two-minute rounds. Doing the four two-minute rounder in the home corner was Brett Egan who was making his debut as a professional boxer. Doing the four, three-minute rounds fight’s you had one debutant and four unbeaten fighters in the home corner. Making his debut you had super Middleweight you had Lewis Howell with the unbeaten fighters being Sam Pikire and Jag Purewal from D&A school of boxing, Craig Brewin and Ashlee Eales.
We also had a referee Making his debut with ex professional boxer Pete McCormick putting the bow tie on for the first time, also reffing and scoring all the fights you had Chris Dean.
The firsts fight was in the Middleweight division with Brett Egan Making his debut weighing in 11 stone 4 against Paul Cummings who came in 11 stone six over four two-minute rounds with Pete McCormick reffing.
Egan started his debut well putting some nice combinations together going head and body well. In the second Egan showed some great movement and some eye-catching uppercuts as he won the round with ease. There was more great movement from Egan in the third as he picked his shots well winning the round. Cummings had a go in the final round but Egan replied well and dropped Cummings with a nice left hand, Cummings was counted but got to his feet and saw the round out.
The Chris Dean scored it 40 to 35 Egan I had it the same.
The second contest of the evening was unbeaten Sam Pikire taking on Stu Greener over four three-minute rounds. Pikire came in 9 stone 8 with Greener coming in 10 stone 2 in this Welterweight contest with Chris Dean reffing.
Pikire started fast with great movement and shot picking, Greener came back strong near the end of the round but it was Pikire round. Both fighters started fast in the second with Greener getting the better of the exchanges. Pikire had his moments but Greener let a great fast combination go near the end of the round which put Pikire down for the first time in his career. The bell went but Chris Dean continued the count with Pikire getting to his feet and returning to his corner. In the third Pikire battled hard but you had to give the round to Greener getting the cleaner shots off. Greener went hunting for Pikire in the final round and caught him with some big shots notably the left hook. Pikire showed loads of heart as they went toe too toe until the final bell.
Ref Chris Dean scored it 39 to 36 to Greener I had it the same.
The third fight of the night was Lewis Howell who was making his debut against Jordan Grannum in a four three-minute round super Middleweight contest. Howell came in 11 stone 9 with Grannum coming in 11 stone 11 with Pete McCormick reffing.
Steady start by Howell who out worked Grannum with nice jabbing and good combinations. In the second Grannum let his hands go but Howell worked well behind his jab and got the better shots off. Howell picked up the pace in the third as Grannum piled on the pressure, even round. Grannum continued to press in the final round but Howell boxed well banging in good shots to win the round and the fight.
Chris Dean scored it 39 to 37 to Howell I had it 40 to 37 Howell.
Fight number four was the talented and unbeaten in two contests Jag Purewal Who was taking on Paul Scarf in a super Welterweight contest. Purewal weighed in 10 stone nine with Scarf coming in the same with Chris Dean reffing.
Nice movement and some great shot picking by Purewal to win the first round. Scrappy second round with lots of holding by both fighters, but when they did exchange Purewal was getting the better of the round. Purewal continued to move well in the third picking his shots well to win the round. Purewal finished the final round strong moving and grooving and picking his shots well.
Chris Dean scored it 39 to 37 to Purewal I had it 40 to 36 to Purewal.