David "Bomber" Pearce
The Welsh Rocky website is built around the story of the late professional boxer David “Bomber” Pearce.
David “Bomber” Pearce was voted in the Ring Magazine’s Top Ten most unluckiest fighters ever to never win a World Title – Due to the BBBoC reluctance to accept the Cruiserweight weight division in the United Kingdom.
David “Bomber” Pearce signed contracts to fight for the WBA Cruiserweight Title in 1984 and was forced to retire on medical grounds 3 weeks later.
The David “Bomber” Pearce Legacy – 1182541, operate with unpaid volunteers, who fundraise for charitable good causes within the local community.
NewportsRocky – Sporting success stories:
- Romeo Costa.
- Craig “Smiler” Woodruff.
- Holly Ennis.
- Newport GAA.
- Finn “River” Pearce
- The David “Bomber” Pearce Statue.
Celebrating some of Newports finest boxers from the Past & Present.
BBBoC Professional Boxing Trainer’s and Seconds. Luke Pearce & Johan Berendjy – Team SMoA, Newport.
Professional Boxer – Craig “Smiler” Woodruff – Team SMoA, Newport.
Amateur BJJ – Finn “River” Pearce.
Amateur BJJ – Holly Ennis.
If you are an amateur or professional Boxer or MMA fighter and you would like to join or have a trial for Team SMoA please contact us below.
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Please support the David “Bomber” Pearce Legacy charity – 1182541 and help us continue the advancement of amateur sport within the City and the support to charitable causes across Wales:
- Funding for sporting activities that promote healthy recreation for young people.
- Providing specialist equipment for disabled children.
- Providing relief for those in need in the locality.
You can donate here
These unique special edition items will be sold to support the David “Bomber”Pearce Legacy for charitable purposes and good causes across Wales.
We only produce limited edition items for sale, 20 items and they are gone.
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