Nicholas Webb “Wild Webb”



I’ve always been a natural athlete and loved to do all kinds of sport. Before I was a Boxer, I was a Discus Thrower and Shot-Putter, which I took to a high level and competed for England.
In my 20s my grandad passed away, he was my father figure and it was an emotional time. I could have sat there for hours listing to his many fight stories and how he could have been a champion boxer. So in his memory, I went down my local boxing club with a few friends.
Woking ABC would be the place I would learn my craft. The first time I was down there they put me straight in the ring to see what I was made of. The super heavy down there blooded my nose and hit me with some hard shots. After this they put me in there with a game man that had been around the block, he tried to take my head off but I loved it and kept going and getting better and better.
I had 27 amateur fights, picking up national titles and great experiences. I turned pro at 27 and have had a great career so far boxing at some amazing venues like the O2 and Wembley and appeared on Sky Sports, Box Nation, Channel 5, Dave etc……
I’m now 12-0 with 10 knockouts and have become an avoided fighter but I will get my chance and I will be a heavyweight champion.

Past Form – tell us a little about your results?

As an amateur I was in and won national finals. And was ranked in the top 5 in the country at my weight for over 3 years.I turned professional and have fought on TV and some amazing venues, the O2 on David Hayes undercard was one of the most exciting.I've had 10 fights 10 wins and 9 knockouts. I'm currently ranked 10th in Britain and looking to fight for a title within the next few months

How do you prepare for a fight (say a month out)?

A month out I will be concentrating on eating and getting all the correct supplements in to get my body firing at top condition. I will also be mentally and physically preparing my body to go to war and getting in a way where it is impossible to beat me.

What was your toughest fight to date?

My toughest opponent was in the amateurs a guy who has just won the silver in the Olympics, Joe Joyce.

What was your sweetest victory?

My sweetest victory was properly when I won a fight within the first 20 second, just threw one body shot and broke my opponents ribs.

Outside of training and competing, tell us a bit about what you do work wise, how you relax, any other hobbies you have time for?

Before I started boxing at 21, I was a full time sparky, but when I got the bug of boxing I quit my job and became a PT so I was able to train full time. Now I'm actually a full time athlete and devote all my time and energy into training. I relax by watching films, playing PlayStation, going for walks and sitting in the sauna and Jacuzzis. I love to compete generally in anything whether it be football, rugby, basketball, badminton, board games, weightlifting, cards, pool, eating comps..... the list can go on and on, but if you challenge me I will beat you!