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Competing for the Commonwealth

26th September 2015

Bradbury would like to wish employee Kristian Saud the best of luck as he starts competing in the National Boxing Championships. The top 12 UK welterweight boxers are fighting for their chance to become UK number one, and potentially win a place on the England team in the next Commonwealth Games. Saud, 24, has been boxing since he was ten and trains three times a day, six days a week to ensure that he is on top form.

Kristian’s first championship fight is on the 1st October and tickets are available if you’d like to show your support.

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