Dan Cooper

From: Ruskington, England
Record: 7-0-1
KO’s: 2

Also a former professional rugby professional for Leicester Tigers, Cooper is unbeaten in eight fights. Formerly trained at the famous Ingle academy in Sheffield, Cooper is now benefiting under the tutelage of Tyson Fury and Billy Joe Saunders knowledgable trainer Ben Davison.

Tony “The Conqueror” Conquest

From: Romford, Essex
Record: 18-3-0
KO’s: 6

The most experienced of the UB contenders, Conquest is a former Commonwealth, WBO International and Southern Area Cruiserweight Champion in a 21-fight and ten year career. He’ll be throwing everything he’s got into his final shot at the big-time.

Mikael “The Beast” Lawal

From: Shepherds Bush, London
Record: 9-0-0
KO’s: 6

The undefeated Londoner packs dynamite in his fists with six of his nine opponents going early and four of them have come inside three rounds! His explosive style could take advantage of the three fights, 3 x 3 minute round, UB format. Well travelled with fights in Germany, Saudi Arabia and Riga, Lawal is the dangerman in UB.

Damian “Chambo” Chambers

From: Dukinfield, Lancashire
Record: 7-0-0
KO’s: 4

Another sledge-hammer hitter, Chambers is out to do damage from the first bell with all four of his knockouts coming inside the first round. Nothing fancy with Chambers, he just comes forward and throws bombs. One things for sure he bring knockouts and excitement.

Michael “Webba” Webster

From: Middlesborough
Record: 1-0-0

The least experienced in the line up but could spring the biggest surprise with his unknown quantity. He’s the biggest competitor coming in at 6ft 6in. Making his pro-debut in March with a victory, Webster will be going all out to make his name as UBIV winner.

Matt “Slugger” Sen

From: Wolverhampton
Record: 6-1-0
KO’s: 1

Strong and powerful, Sen, a former bodybuilder aims to use his freakish strength to out-muscle his rivals and charge him to victory. With six fights under his belt, Sen will be a real handful for the field.

Rhasian Earlington

From: Newcastle-under-Lyme, England
Record: 5-0-0
KO’s: 1

Undefeated in five fights, Rhasian is a fast rising prospect who has been marked out as a special talent. His coaches are so enamoured with his fast hands and feet and hard-punching that they have given the 21-year-old the nickname “Siany Baby Ali” after The Greatest Muhammad Ali. Ultimate Boxxer is the stage where Rhasian can really shine.

Mike “Magic” McKay

From: Llandyrnog, Wales
Record: 3-0-0

Fire-fisted Welshman McKay is the joint tallest at 6ft 4in and the former England Karate International fighter is looking to blast his way to the top of Ultimate Boxxer. He aims to emulate Wales’ former World Cruiserweight Champion Enzo Maccarinelli.