An Evening With The Undefeated legend, Joe Calzaghe
We are please to announce that Boxing Legend Joe Calzaghe will be coming to Manchester for "An Evening With" that will be packed full of entertainment.
Joe Calzaghe, the undefeated Legend who held the WBA (Super), WBC, IBF, WBO, The Ring magazine and lineal super-middleweight titles, as well as The Ring light-heavyweight title.
All tickets will include a sumptuous 4 course meal, full night of entertainment and much more!
•Grilled chicken Caesar salad, Romaine lettuce, ciabatta crouton, pancetta crisp
•Whipping goat’s cheese, star anise marinated beetroot, tarragon emulation (g)(v)
•Braised feathered beef, creamed mashed potatoes, honey glazed carrots and parsnips, red wine, smoked bacon and button mushroom sauce, crisp onions
•Baked aubergine, filled with feta cheese, mixed beans, parsley crust, ratatouille and mozzarella filo tart. (v)
•Hot chocolate fondant, bitter chocolate sauce, pistachio ice-cream
He is a former WBO,IBF, WBC, WBA & The Ring Super Middleweight Champion and The Ring Light Heavyweight Champion. He retired in February 2009 with an undefeated record of 46-0 and as a reigning World Champion. By 1993 he had held Amateur Boxing Association (ABA) titles in three different weight categories, the first British boxer to do so. He also held titles from the National Association of Boys Clubs (NABC) and the Gaelic Games.
As an amateur boxer, Calzaghe maintained an impressive record of 110 wins out of 120 fights. In September 1993 Calzaghe made his professional debut at Cardiff Arms Park. By June 1995, Calzaghe had won nine out of nine fights, seven in the first round and two in the second.
At the end of 1995 Calzaghe was voted Young Boxer of the Year by the Professional Boxing Association and the Boxing Writers Club and he had won the British title, stopping Steve Wilson in the eighth round. Joe then went on to win his next 13 fights before he got a shot at the WBO super-middleweight title.