What British trainer has produced the most World Champions?

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  1. Jurgen

    Jurgen Pay Per Pudding Advisor Full Member

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    Billy Nelson with The Real McCoy and Ricky Burns
     
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  2. Devon Dog

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    I agree with every word of that . I would say that Mark Tibbs is the most experienced trainer you will come across these days . He has been learning how to be a trainer since he started school
     
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  3. Cecil

    Cecil Boxing Addict Full Member

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    Plus Jim Watt
     
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  4. preshus boxing

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    Wow Terry Lawless sounds like hes the GOAT british trainer
     
  5. preshus boxing

    preshus boxing Full Member Full Member

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    Ingles gym gets overrated = only 4 world champs ever

    Whereas Joe Gallagher constantly gets hated on and criticised when hes produced the same amount - 4.
     
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    preshus boxing Full Member Full Member

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    Adam Booth has to be respected when you look at what he did with Haye, Burnett, Lee, Groves.
     
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  7. Bent-nose

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    They've trained 6 world champions. BJS has had more world title defences from the Ingle gym than Peter Fury has been in world title fights.
    Hamed was trained from a child to an unbeaten world champ with 11 defences. Nelson was trained from a child to an unbeaten world champion with 14 defences.
    Gallagher has done a great job with his fighters. The Smith brothers were highly decorated amateurs before they went to Gallagher, as was Crolla who turned pro with Anthony Farnell. Quigg turned pro with Brian Hughes, then trained with Pat Barrett and then Ricky Hatton.
     
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  8. channy

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    Good to see Brian Hughes getting a mention on here, a terrific trainer he was.
     
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  9. Bent-nose

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    Hamed, Nelson and Brook all laced gloves on as children there for the first time, developed and won world title fights in the States. Which other gym can say that?
     
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  10. moog

    moog Boxing Addict Full Member

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    Not a fair comparison as the Wincobank took the four mentioned fighters all the way through fronm being children starting the sport all the way through to world titles. Just being a pro gym that mainly takes on established quality fighters is not comparable.
     
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    Chris Sanigar - Glenn Catley, Lee Selby (although Borg main trainer), Lee Haskins, Adrian Stone (IBO World Champion, dubious but he did his early years at Empoire ABC then moved over to the states and back to Bristol, fought Mosely & Sergio Martinez)
     
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  12. Bent-nose

    Bent-nose Well-Known Member Full Member

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    Getting established fighters and them picking up a version of a world title in their local venue is fair enough. But, from of that list of trainers, only two fighters (Frampton and Froch) won a world title fight in the States, in comparison to Hamed, Nelson, Brook and Saunders. The Ingle gym trained twice as many as all the trainers put together.
    To say it's overrated is ridiculous.
     
  13. Bulldog24

    Bulldog24 Boxing Junkie Full Member

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    Dean Francis too
     
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  14. Bulldog24

    Bulldog24 Boxing Junkie Full Member

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    Nelson won a world title fight in the US? News to me.
     
  15. Bulldog24

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    Jimmy Tibbs had Bruno, McGuigan and Benn but not from scratch. Improved Watson and Benn no end for their respective rematches with Eubank (offensive counter-punching -as opposed to Benn being wild and Watson being hesitant; in their first fights, allowing Eubank to outbox them).
     
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