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"I have managed Akaash Bhatia since he first turned pro in 2006 and he is now undefeated in 13 fights and recently won the Southern Area Featherweight Title in devastating fashion live on Sky Sports.

Akaash is a regular feature on Sky Sports and in all my time in managing and promoting boxers Akaash is one of the best I have been involved with.

I expect Akaash to fight for the British & Commonwealth in 2009."

Frank Maloney

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akaash “2009 could be Bhatia’s year. There are some big fights out there for him and the way he has been progressing; you have to fancy his chances against anyone in Britain.”

Jim Watt
Sky Sports

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“Bhatia is always worth watching. He has a flashy, exciting style
and it could take him all the way to the top.”


Barry Macguigan
Former World Featherweight Champion
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akaash “We’ve followed Akaash on Sky Sports from the start of his professional career and the next 12 months are going to be very exciting. He ready to take on the best featherweights in Britain and I wouldn’t be surprised if he turns out to be the best of the lot.”

Johnny Nelson
Sky Sports

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"English featherweight Akaash Bhatia is one of the brightest prospects in British Boxing at the moment. The former English amateur international stepped up in class last time out when he demolished former British and Commonwealth title challenger Marc Callaghan in just two rounds.

Exciting and articulate 'Kash the Bash' has been showcased by Sky from fight one and is now being lined up to fight Manchester's Steven Bell for the English title.

Trained by Babatunde Ajayi the well educated Bhatia looks to have a bright future in the fight game and holds a win over former Commonwealth champion Paul Truscott in the amateurs. "

Kevin Taylor
Owner of Britishboxing.net

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"Youth charity The Prince's Trust helps more than 40,000 young people every year who have struggled at school, have been in care, are long-term unemployed or have been in trouble with the law. The support of ambassadors like Akaash Bhatia ensures that these young people gain skills such as confidence, motivation and teamwork, helping them into work or training.

Since becoming an ambassador in 2008, Akaash has met with dozens of young people who feel inspired by him to do something positive with their lives. Akaash highlights the non-physical aspects of his sport such as determination, discipline and mental strength to encourage disadvantaged young people to change their lives."

Annie Lycett
Ambassador Executive for The Prince's Trust

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‘Kash The Bash’ is definitely one of the country’s most exciting prospects. He’s fast fisted, skilful and showed in his two-round demolition of rock-chinned Marc Callaghan to win the Southern Area featherweight title that his punching power is developing. He is definitely one to watch.”

Matt Bozeat
Sky Sports

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“The featherweight division in Britain is packed with talent with the likes of Paul Appleby and Paul Truscott – and Bhatia may prove to be the best of the lot. Appleby reportedly turned down the chance to defend his British title against him and that shows just how highly rated he is.”

Ed Robinson
Sky Sports

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“Bhatia looks to be the complete package. He’s got tremendous hand speed and he’s hitting harder than ever. Away from the ring, he’s an articulate, engaging character.”

Referee Richie Davies

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Akaash Bhatia in talks with Clifton Sports Management.
23rd December 2008
Akaash is currently in talks with Clifton Sports Management. Both parties are looking forward to a productive 2009 and working closely together.

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