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Published March 2015

This is my favourite so far from the Stu Armstrong Interviews. This hour long audio interview with Bobby discusses current UK Bare Knuckle fighters and Bobby's efforts to bring Bare Knuckle Boxing main stream.
Wikipedia says about Bobby Gunn
Gunn was born on December 25, 1973 in Ontario, Canada. His family emigrated from Ireland and Scotland. Gunn would make a name for himself in the Canadian amateur scene. He had a successful amateur career that spanned seven years. Gunn made his professional boxing debut on April 28, 1989 Tucson, Arizona, winning by unanimous decision over Richard Palmer. In his third pro bout Gunn stopped future titlist Quirino Garcia in the third round. He would go on to win eight of his next ten fights, before an 11 year hiatus from professional boxing, although he did compete in more than 60 Bare Knuckle bouts. He resurfaced in 2004 and knocked out four straight foes before competing in one of the most notorious matches of the last decade.
Stu Armstrong Interviews Bobby Gunn

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