Ultimate Boxxer super-welterweight finalist Lenny Fuller has joined the HÖRFA family as he showed off his love for the brand in a recent training session.
“I’ve always been a fan of the HÖRFA brand, and the clothes fit nicely,” Lenny said. “I’ve also got the Summer Splash sweatshirt in white, and a polo top in navy.”
The 25-year-old professional boxer from Chart Sutton in Kent was back in his Evolution Gym in Aylesford this week with long-term trainer, Lee Page, working out on the bags in a HÖRFA Classic T-Shirt in black.
Lenny, known as ‘The Gypsy Warrior’, was an amateur boxer with Westry ABC before he moved to unlicensed boxing where he won multiple national titles. In 2018, he turned professional and has now won 10 from 11 fights, scoring three knockdowns along the way.
The natural welterweight’s biggest moment in professional boxing, so far, came when he entered the fast-paced, exciting Ultimate Boxxer tournament in September 2019. In a weight class above, Fuller’s first opponent, six-foot-tall unbeaten prospect Kingsley Egbunike, towered over him and taunted Lenny and his team at the weigh-in. Confident and assured, Len didn’t bite, instead he opened the show in the first of four quarter-finals and scored the quickest KO victory – 32 seconds – in the history of the tournament!
Showcasing his skills live on BT Sport, Lenny then outpointed Southern Area title contender Joshua Ejakpovi to meet 2016 Olympian Steven Donnelly in the finals. In his third and final fight of the night, he was bravely stopped on his feet while still slugging it out with Donnelly in what remains his only loss thus far as a pro.
Less than two months on from that eventful night in London, Fuller got straight back to winning ways with a one-sided win over MJ Hall to end the year with.
In his last fight, in February this year, he stepped up in class to take on WBA Fedebol champion Berman Sanchez in his first ever eight-round contest. He topped the bill in his home town of Maidstone and satisfied his raucous army of fans with a landslide points victory.
Growing up, Lenny recalls going to the boxing gym with his four brothers and counts Joe Calzaghe and Ricky Hatton as his boxing idols.
Now a father of two boys, with his own land near Leeds Castle, Lenny dreams of one day winning the coveted British title to forever engrave his name into the British boxing history books.
HÖRFA will be there supporting him every step of the way.
Follow his journey on Instagram @lennyfuller_boxing