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Ricky Boylan

Ricky was brought up in Morden, Surrey where there were few facilities and even fewer opportunities. But with a strong family behind him, teamed with a strong competitive nature Ricky was destined for greatness.

Ricky Boylan

Ricky attended Glenthorne High School where he found a passion for sport, especially football and cross country running. Whilst having a competitive nature meant success in sport and achieving academically, it also came with its share of problems. Ricky began to get involved in fights after school, but eventually realising that street fighting wasn’t going to get him anywhere Ricky joined Rosehill ABC boxing gym.

Ricky found a passion for boxing and by the age of just 17 he was competing against the best boxers in the country.

After winning 54 of his 83 fights during his amateur career, Ricky decided to step things up and began his professional career in 2011.

Ricky’s style of boxing and training meant he thrived in the professional game, and with such a hunger to succeed Ricky continues to push himself to work harder and harder.

It’s safe to say this dedication and drive has paid off. Since his professional career began, Ricky had 12 undefeated fights back to back, with 4 knockouts winning him the International Masters Bronze Title and Southern Area Light Welterweight Title. However, Ricky narrowly missed out on the English Title on October 11th 2014.

Interview with Ricky Boylan

When did you start boxing and why?

I started boxing in 2001 at the age of 13. My 1st amateur bout was the following year in 2002. My dad used to box so I'd always been interested in boxing.

What does a typical day at the gym look like?

Ricky BoylanA typical day in the gym would differ. Whether I'm sparring, pad work, technique etc. But if I was sparring it would look something like this - 10mins skipping, 6 rounds shadow boxing, 6-10 rounds sparring, I'd normally do a few rounds on the punch bags followed by a short circuit or abs circuit.

I train 6 days a week, twice a day. I normally do my gym session in the morning followed by an evening run.

What does a typical days meal plan look like?

Breakfast: Salmon & 2 poached eggs with a slice of Dr. Zaks Bread.
AM Snack: Small handful of nuts.
Lunch: Chicken breast, veg & rice.
PM Snack: Quest bar.
Dinner: Chicken breast with kale, spinach & avocado.

One food you couldn’t live without?

Muscle Food chicken

Favourite Muscle Food product?

British fillet steaks

Do you use any supplements? If so which ones.

I use Usana. The Health Pack AM & PM
- Mega Antioxidant
- Chelated Minerals
- Active Calcium
- Advanced Anti-Oxidant Booster
- BioMega Capsules

How do you stay motivated?

My children and the fact that I never want to grow old and live with regrets. I'm only young enough to pursue my career once so I'm here trying to grab it with both hands & achieve my goals.

Do you fight orthodox or southpaw?


What is your fight record to date?

12-1 (4 KO's)

What is your most memorable moment in a boxing ring?

My most memorable and proudest moment in the boxing ring has to be my Southern Area Title win against a good friend of mine Tony Owen. We're good friends, it's unfortunate that we had to fight but this sport is a business.

Who is your boxing hero?

Sugar Ray Leonard and Roy Jones Jnr

Your favourite boxing fight of all time?

Arturro Gatti v Micky Ward trilogy

What’s next for you?

My next fight is on 31st January at The O2 Arena against an unbeaten fighter called Tommy Martin (10-0) for the vacant English title. My long term goal is to be the best I can possibly be - who wouldn't want to be World Champion?

Ricky Boylan