The England Boxing Title Belts were reintroduced in the early part of 2019 to give boxers more competitive opportunities from across different levels an abilities.
Belts can be contested at a Regional, Area or National level, ensuring boxers have a chance to compete against opponents of an appropriate standard.
Title Belts are currently contested at Elite and Youth levels. You can find out more about the competition in by viewing the Title Belts Q&A.
You can also view in full the competition’s rules and regulations.
How it works
Each region has been commissioned to manage its own Regional Title Belt system. These Regional Title Belts feed into the Area Title Belts, which are managed by England Boxing, along with the National Title Belts.
The Northern Area Title Belts consists of (1) Merseyside & Cheshire, (2) North West, (3) Tyne Tees & Wear and (4) Yorkshire. The Central Area Title Belts are contested between (1) East Midlands, (2) Eastern Counties, (3) Home Counties and (4) Midland Counties and, finally, the Southern Area Title Belts are between (1) London, (2) Southern Counties, (3) Western Counties and (4) UK Armed Forces.
If a boxer is a Regional Title Belt holder and they become the Area Title Belt holder, they automatically forfeit their Regional Title Belt. The Area Title Belt holder must defend their Belt in a certain order named above 1-4.
As a reminder, only the three Area Title Belt holders are able to compete for the National Title Belts.
Title belt defences
The National Title Belt holder must offer defences to Area Belt holders. Please note, however, that if an Area Belt holder from one area unsuccessfully challenges, they must wait until other Area Belt Holders have had the opportunity to put in their own challenge before they can challenge again.
For example, if a Northern Area Belt holder challenges for the National Title Belt but loses, another challenge can only be made once the Central and Southern Area belt holders have mounted their own respective challenges.
Current title belt holders
A list of current title belt holders following the conclusion of the 2018-19 season and going into the 2019-20 season are detailed below.
Male Elite champions – National and Area
|52||Muzzy Fuyana||Mborough||Jake Locke||South Cheshire||VACANT||Connor Daly||Islington|
|64||Fariz Abid||Hoddesdon||Vlad Matai||Sheffield BC||VACANT||VACANT|
|69||Brad Ingram||City/Glouce||Ivan Duniak||Rotunda||Rio Gordon||Harwich||VACANT|
|75||Ramtin Mussah||Beartown||Rysard Lewicki||Sheffield BC||VACANT||Andei Dasculu||Stonebridge|
|86||Mali Wright||Tigers||Alan Johnson||JC Academy||VACANT||VACANT|
|91||Thomas Pogson||Imps||VACANT||VACANT||Shrif Musah||WHLANE|
|91+||Delicious Orie||Jewellery Q||VACANT||VACANT||Jamie . Tshielva||WHLANE|
Male Youth champions – National and Area
|52||Cameron Paul||Pinewood Starr.||VACANT||Reece Jackson||Essex Uni||VACANT|
|56||Edward Hardy||Highfields||VACANT||VACANT||Billy Adams||Dagenhan|
|60||VACANT||Joe McGuiness||Egans||Tyler Bolingbroke||Attleborough||VACANT|
|64||Huey Malone||Christ The King||VACANT||VACANT||VACANT|
|69||Thomas Varey||Trowbridge||VACANT||Sam King||Hoddesdon||VACANT|
|75||John Hedges||Hoddeson||Chirsty Collins||Next Gen||Danny Steele||Epic GG||VACANT|
|81||Josh Martin||stoke staffs||VACANT||VACANT||VACANT|
|86||Tino Belliot||Dale Youth||VACANT||VACANT||VACANT|
Female Elite champions – National and Area
|51||Stevie Pitts||Elcocks||VACANT||VACANT||Alex Richards||Miquels|
Female Youth champions – National and Area
2018-19 Title belt results
Please click to view a list of the Title Belt bouts in 2018-19.
Questions and queries
These should be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org