Lou Gent, where did he go to after Benn fight

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  1. porkypara

    porkypara Active Member Full Member

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    Saw this on KOTV Twitter page today and got me thinking what happened to Lou Gent after his fight with Benn? Had 1 more fight and quit , does not seem to be on social media . Any ideas people??

     
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    jarama Active Member Full Member

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    No idea but thought a few times wondering where he was. Once working somewhere met a guy who went to school with him
     
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    Somali Sanil Active Member Full Member

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    Tough guy Gent, gave it a go just outgunned by a huge puncher..Gary Newbon if I remember right was being a **** in his interview after the fight with Gent, always trying to wind fighters lol
     
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    Lord Burghley New Member Full Member

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    Remember watching his brawl against Henry Wharton. He had his loyal fans. Haven’t heard about him in ages.
     
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  5. N17

    N17 Obsessed with Boxing Full Member

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    Henry Wharton, whatever happened to him?

    I forget about him sometimes when I talk about that era of Benn and Eubank, what a tough man he was, granite chin, very good fighter too.

    Finished with a record of 27 Wins (20 KO) 3 Defeats (0 By Stoppage) and a single Draw.

    Lost to Benn by UD, Eubanks by UD and was very unlucky against an unbeaten Robin Reid in a WBC world title challenge when he lost by MD.

    He did win British, Commonwealth and European titles, just fell short at world level,

    He had his last fight at 30 years old, really young and strange considering he only had 31 fights, was never stopped and pushed very good fighters to decisions.
     
  6. porkypara

    porkypara Active Member Full Member

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    Wharton runs an amateur gym now. He is on Facebook.
     
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  7. Bulldog24

    Bulldog24 Boxing Addict Full Member

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    I don't think Henry was ever the same after the Eubank fight, that was a helluva beating and he was on fire that night (unlike against Nige when he froze)

    Lou Gent was always a cruiserweight before, hung with big Glenn McCrory
     


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