Undefeated welterweight Rylan Charlton has signed a multi-fight promotional deal with Eddie Hearn’s Matchroom Boxing. ‘Pint Size Powerhouse’ (6-0-1, 3 KOs) was last seen wiping out the previously unbeaten Benwell prospect Joe Laws in three destructive rounds on the Lewis Ritson vs Miguel Vazquez undercard in October.
“It feels great to finally be signed with Eddie Hearn and Matchroom Boxing,” said Charlton. “It has been a long and hard road to get here. I couldn’t have done it without my trainer Frank Sictorness and my manager Daniel Naylor; we’ve all worked very hard. This is where the fun begins.”
“Life has been pretty normal since the Laws win. I’ve got a few more followers and had some lovely messages, but life stays the same; I work hard in my day job and train even harder,” he added. “Fans can expect to see more big knockouts from me. My last fight was taken on two weeks’ notice, with a full camp under my belt I will be finishing my opponents in style!”
“Norwich is tucked out of the way and I’m proud to be getting it on the boxing map. Eventually, Eddie can stick a show on in Norwich with me headlining it for titles. That’ll really get Norwich out there. I’m very excited to be representing my city.” Charlton continued. “I’ll wipe the floor with him. I respect the fact he was kickboxing champion but he’s in my game now, I don’t rate him as a boxer and I won’t be letting it go to the judges when we meet.”