IBHOF Inductee Graham Houston among new additions in Boxing Social revamp
BOXING SOCIAL is delighted to announce an exciting expansion of its content team, welcoming a host of leading industry writers and journalists that include International Boxing Hall of Fame inductee Graham Houston and former Boxing Monthly contributors Mark Butcher, John A. MacDonald and Luke G. Williams to bolster their daily content.
“We are very excited to announce this new expansion,” said Rob Tebbutt, Managing Director of Boxing Social.
“In a short space of time, I feel we have made great strides within the world of video content, and I firmly believe the addition of Graham [Houston], Mark [Butcher] and the rest of the team will help complement the fantastic work already being done across the board and allow us to push on to ‘the next level’.
“I feel privileged to have been presented with this opportunity to work with such an esteemed group of journalists, and excited by the prospect of daily, high-quality written features for our audience. Our goal has always been to become a ‘one-stop-shop’ for boxing fans around the world, and I feel this move will go a long way in achieving that.”
Butcher joins the award-winning Houston, a former Boxing Monthly and Boxing News Editor, in heading up the new-look team, assuming the role of ‘Editorial Consultant’ and working alongside new and existing members of the Boxing Social workforce.
“Boxing Social has moved from a prospect to a contender in the last year and I’m delighted to join Rob and the team,” said Butcher. “Our goal is to add high quality features and editorial content to the excellent video content already here.”
As well as bringing daily, exclusive interviews and features, the revamped Boxing Social website will also play host to a new, frequently-updated ‘Ratings’ page, which offers an easily-accessible list of the top ten fighters in each weight class both worldwide and in the United Kingdom.
Another addition to an already-stacked content roster will be the introduction of regular columns from some of the sport’s most respected figures. Already confirmed names include boxing’s master-of-all-trades Russ Anber and iconic trainer Billy ‘The Preacher’ Graham.