Martin Power

    Martin joined St Pancras Boxing Club at age 8,  winning seven national titles and eight international gold medals during his amateur career with the club.
He made his professional debut in June 2001.

Martin had an unbeaten history of 16-0 with wins over the likes of Rocky Dean and Shinny Bayaar when he competed for the vacant British Title in may 2005. He won the title over Dale Robinson to become the British Batomweight Champion.
He defended his title twice beating Ian Napa and Isaac Ward.

In June 2006 he got the opportunity to compete for the Commonwealth Title.

Martin still trains at St.Pancras and the club's up & coming boxers are highly priveliged to have the opportunity to work alongside him.


                                 Martin Power & St. Pancras coach C.j. Hussein