‘Fighting Wilcox’ brother from Hamilton signs on with United Boxing Promotions

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Published February 15, 2024 at 2:14 pm

Bradley Wilcox in his first pro fight in 2017. Mark Ruddick Photography

An undefeated Hamilton super lightweight boxer has signed on with United Promotions on a multi-year promotional contract.

Bradley ‘The Truth’ Wilcox (11-0, 6 KO), part of Hamilton’s storied Wilcox boxing family, made his professional debut in 2017 with a second-round knockout of Arturo Garcia in Niagara Falls and has topped both Chile’s Carlos Diaz and Canadian Larone Whyte since returning to the ring in 2022 after a three-year hiatus.

“Bradley is one of the best super lightweights in the country and has a large fan base that supports him from Hamilton,” said United Promotions president Tyler Buxton. “He’s a great signing for United and fans can expect Bradley to make big moves this year.”

The 29-year-old Wilcox is excited to return to regular action — and ready to earn his place at the championship table.

“I look forward to being active again, and being with a promoter who can keep me active and has a vision for the future,” said Wilcox. “Tyler and United have had an idea of their future with the casinos for a long time and he’s executing on that vision now — it will be nice to be part of that team.”

Wilcox has three brothers who also fight professionally and all four were on the card last November 4 in Brantford.

For the record, Bradley and Steve Wilcox recorded fourth-round TKOs on the evening, while Spencer won by unanimous decision and Jessie fought to a split decision draw.

The ‘Fighting Wilcox Brothers’ train out of the Steeltown Boxing Club, which was founded by father Bob Wilcox in 2003.

United’s roster already includes four reigning IBO continental champions, a former Olympian and a former WBO World Title Challenger.

The next United boxing card is March 2 at Woodbine Casino in Toronto, headlined by an IBF International Super Welterweight title match between unbeaten Sukhdeep Singh Bhatti of Ajax (17-0) and tough Argentinian fighter Gino Natalio Godoy (30-3).

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