Hari Miles: Sam Sexton Couldn’t Knock Out A W**k

Hari “H-Bomb” Miles (9-10, 2KOs) from Cefn Hengoed, back in action 15th July against Sam Sexton (22-3,KOs8) at The Halls Norwich, Norfolk, UK.

Jon Scriven caught up with Miles and here’s what he had to say.

Miles started off his pro career under the guidance of the legendary Enzo Calzaghe in 2007, Miles had a good start to his career winning his first five out of six contests, he then parted company with Calzaghe senior, after he decided he wasn’t going to carry on coaching after the retirement of his son, Joe Calzaghein 2008. Miles then went to a few different gym trying his luck with trainers such as Jamie Arthur, and Darren Willson, after parting company with them he’s now being trained by the legendary Dai Gardiner,Gardiner has been a successful trainer and manager over the years, guiding the likes of Neil SwainSteve RobinsonRobbie Regan and Most famously Johnny Owen through there boxing careers.

Although Miles is a 50/50 fighter on paper, most of his losses are down to taking fights at short notice, and next to no training camp, this as been the case once again, having his first heavyweight contest against hot prospect Nick Webb (6-0, 5KOs) with just two weeks notice.

Miles was meant to be back in action July 23rd on the Sanigar promotion “Merthyr Mayhem”, against the tough and durable Aberdare Heavyweight Dorian Darch (11-4, 3KOs) for the Welsh Heavyweight title but Miles was offered a fight with Sam Sexton, a fight he couldn’t turn down.

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