Wolves Boxing Club (Wolverhampton Amateur Boxing Club) was looking for some new sponsorships to help fund a new boxing ring.
Richie Carter, who runs Wolves Boxing Club, reached out to us asking if we could help reach their goal of financing a third ring.
Richie has many years of experience in the boxing world. He was a pro middleweight boxer who had won many titles and represented his country during his career. After returning to the sport 20 years later to run his own boxing club, he joined forces with Wolves Boxing Club.
Wolverhampton Amateur Boxing Club has been operating since 1936. It has been the staple boxing club in the city ever since. They offer everyone from the age of 8 to be a part of the club. As well as the likes of Richie Carter at the helm, they have a team of experienced staff ready to help develop the next Anthony Joshua.
The New Boxing Ring
Varlowe Industrial Services supplied the new 16ft Unibox Boxing ring which they was looking for. As part of the sponsorship deal, the ring was branded in our corporate colours and logos. Our managing director, Steve Varden, said, “It’s fantastic what these guys and the club do for the community. It takes me back to my early years. So we gifted them the complete ring.”
Like many facilities, Covid 19 has forced the club to shut its doors, so it’s been a perfect opportunity to get a new ring installed ready for when restrictions lift.
We hope the new boxing ring offers everything Ritchie has in mind to take the club to the next level. We are looking forward to what these guys can produce with the extra ring space.
For more information about Wolverhampton Amateur Boxing Club, please visit the Facebook page – Wolves Boxing Club. You can also read this article from the Express and Star – Wolverhampton Boxing Club Club Get Carter.