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'Sen vows to end the year as Midlands Champion'

Despite Sen's recent defeat on the Ultimate Boxxer 4, Quarter Final at Altrincham Arena the weekend, he has set his heart on winning the Midlands Area Title by the end of the year.

By JOHN EDMANS

Sen feels he wasn't given a fair crack of the whip in his recent bout when fighting the tournaments favourite and home fighter, Damian Chambers as he believes the fight was stopped prematurely. 

During the bout Sen stated he received numerous warnings from the referee about working inside and working his free hand when being held by his opponent. 

Sen was dropped in the 1st with a fluster of punches and an accidental punch to the back of the head and down again with what looked like more of a push and poor footing. 
Sen back to his feet and didn't seem hurt or in anyway unable to continue yet despite this the referee stopped the fight to Sen's disappointment. 

Sen states he is happy to put this behind him and focus on the remainder of the year where he is back out on Saturday 26th October on a Tommy Owen's show at Villa Park and aiming to be out again in December for the vacanct Cruiserweight Midlands Area Title. 

The likeable Sen stated, he is grateful for the opportunity at the Ultimate Boxxer, just disappointed he wasn't given the chance to show what he is capable of. 

The one they call 'Slugger', seems full of confidence and states he is ready to fight anyone in the division.

Sen ended by thanking all who have supported him, brought tickets, travelled and tuned in. 
He also sends a big Thank You to all of his sponsors for their continued support and goes on to say "There are so many more exciting fights to come, we are entertainers - Let's ENTERTAIN!".

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