BOXING: Big Royal Navy honour for Brampton man Bradley Chapman

PUBLISHED: 17:03 28 September 2017

Bradley Chapman is the Royal Navy boxing captain.

Bradley Chapman is the Royal Navy boxing captain.


Brampton man Bradley Chapman has been selected as captain of the Royal Navy boxing team.

The 32 year-old will lead the Royal Navy team on a tour to America early next year. They will compete in Los Angeles and also visit Las Vegas.

His term as captain runs until mid-May, but he could continue in the role if again released from his regular position as a mine clearance diver.

“I feel extremely honoured and proud to be selected as captain,” said Chapman. “The Royal Navy has a lot of history and tradition in boxing.

“My grandfather also served in the Royal Navy so I was immensely proud to be able to call him and tell him that I was made captain.

“We have a Great Britain podium representative and England team boxers so to be voted in as captain among such a talented squad is a terrific feeling.”

Chapman is also chasing amateur title success with a Southern Area title clash lined up for later this year.

Chapman is due to fight in Portsmouth, where he is based, for the 64kg crown on November 11.


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