Sheffield boxing welcomes a new talent

Ryan Fields can’t wait to impress fight fans in Sheffield again, in the New Year.

The Derbyshire welterweight dispensed with Disney Huni in just 84 seconds earlier this month at iceSheffield.

Ryan Fields unloads on Disney Huni. Pic: Dean Woolley

Ryan Fields unloads on Disney Huni. Pic: Dean Woolley

His exciting barrage of punches in the corner - caught on video at, was appreciated his noisy following of fans on the Dave Coldwell bill.

The 21-year-old concussive puncher is back at the same venue on February 13. And while the two-fight greenhorn wants to repeat his quick KO, he says he would be happy to win on points, fight any location.

Fields lost his first pro fight in Kilmarnock, Scotland in November, but took the positives out of it.

“I lost by a point but most said I won. Sammy Hill (opponent) was good lad and I only lost by a point (38-39.)”

Against Zimbabwe born Huni, Fields stopped his rival in the first round, yet wasn’t totally impressed by his own performance.“I settled in, got caught with a few silly shots and then I got a bit carried away. But I enjoyed it, I am looking forward to the next one.”