InsideBoxing Resized.jpg

 INSIDE BOXING - Seconds Out!

Inside Boxing - Seconds Out (58 min) will be published in Spring 2018. Inside Boxing is a documentary on professional boxing.

Inside Boxing explores the world of professional boxing from an honest perspective. Everyone in this business is chasing the same goals - money, power and glory. the boxer´s body may belong to the promoter, but his heart and soul belong to one of the toughest and loneliest sport in the world.A road to the top must be paved with patience and good nerves not to forget the reliable team around the boxer. After all there is no prize for runner-ups, only victory matters. Want to know more? Stay tuned, Media4You Facebook, YouTube, Instagram.  


John Mc Dermot, Big Bad John. English heavyweight boxer from Horndon-on-the-Hill,  Essex, England. He is a two-time challenger for the British Heavyweight title and is the current English Heavyweight title holder.(Photo: Phil Sharkey)

McDermott faced Danny Williams at Goresbrook Leisure Centre, Dagenham on 18 July 2008. He was defeated controversially by a majority points decision. His promoter,, Frank Maloney commented on the judges saying: "I believe it is one of the worst decisions I have witnessed since I started promoting more than 25 years ago, and I've seen some bad ones."He was defeated again in the rematch on 2 May 2009.McDermott lost his English heavyweight title to Tyson Fury in another controversial decision on 11 September.Referee Terry O´Connor , scored the fight 98-92 in favour of Fury.After the referee handed the decision to Fury, Sky Sports commentator Jim Watt  asked; "Has he [O'Connor] got the names mixed up?"Jim Watt along with other commentators Glenn McCrory, Johnny Nelson  all scored the fight to McDermott, as did David Haye. Fury defeated McDermott in a rematch on 25 June 2010. McDermott won a unanimous points decision against Matt Skelton on 16 March 2013 to regain the English Heavyweight title.


CJ Hussein. Coach. Warm heart, hot temper. Kentish Town. UK. St Pancras Boxing Club.

KIAN THOMAS-DANNY DONTCHEV photo philip sharkey (112) Resized.jpg

Kian "Tec Thomas. UK Boxer. Welterweight. He has set his sights on winning an English title this year. Coach: Xavier Miller. (Photo: Phil Sharkey)


Davis Pagan. UK. Boxer. Coach: CJ Hussein.(Photo: Davis Pagan archive)


Nisse Sauerland - Team Sauerland - One of the most succesful promoters in Europe.


Juho “Härmän Häjy” Haapoja, Finland, former professional boxer, who competed from 2006 to 2017, and held the European Union Cruiserweight title twice between 2011-2017. Haapoja is a very popular person and he was nominated Warrior of Year 2017 by Finnish professional boxer fans. (Photo: Jarmo Meriä)


Robert Helenius, is a Finnish-Swedish professional boxer. He is a two-time former European Heavyweight champion, having held the title twice between 2011 and 2016. Born in Stockholm, Sweden, Helenius lived in Sweden until the age of two. He holds both Finnish and Swedish citizenship, and has represented Sweden in a few matches. (Photo: Markus Sundman)


Amin “Idi” Asikainen, Finland, former professional boxer  who competed from 2001 to 2011, and in 2016. He held the European and European Union middleweight titles between 2006 and 2007, and the Finnish middleweight title in 2003. (Photo:


 Edis “Prince” TatliEdis “Prince” Tatli,is Kosovan-Albanian descent, Finnish professional boxer. He is a two time European lightweight champion, having held the title since December 2017 and previously from 2015 to May 2017.Tatli has challenged once for the WBA lightweight in 2014. (Photo:


Eva Wahlström, Finland. Boxer.  She has held the WBC female super-featherweight title  WBC since 2015, and previously the European female super-featherweight title from 2012 to 2015. As an amateur she won a silver medal in the lightweight division at the 2004 and 2005 Women´s  European Championships,  and represented Finland at the 2006 Women´s World Championships. Wahlström is the most successful professional boxer from Finland to date, being the first ever Finn to have won a world title from one of the four major boxing sanctioning bodies. (Photo: