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12 Rounds with
Wayne Elcock
Author: John Tandy  
Exclusive Interview with WBF
World and English
Middleweight Champion
Fights:19 Wins:17 Loss:2
Draws: N/C:

1) You have possibly the
toughest fight of you career
coming up in September
against Howard Eastman,......
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Getting to
know...Wayne Elcock

 
by James Howard
Sep 16th 2007  


Few could argue after Howard
Eastman's previous two
defences of his title that the
middleweight division's British
gong needs a metaphorical
boxing boot up the behind. Hard
in training, and hoping to be the
stimulant to revitalise the
division's top domestic honour,
Brummie switch hitter Wayne
Elcock spoke to BritishBoxing.net
about the upcoming fight, and
his life in and out of the ring.
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Elcock dethrones
British Champion
Eastman

by Tom Podmore
Sep 29th 2007  


Birmingham's Wayne Elcock
became the first British fighter
to beat two-time world title
challenger Howard Eastman
and, more importantly,
procured the British
middleweight title when he
unanimously outpointed the
Londoner at a partisan
Skydome in Coventry last night
(September 28).

Wayne, the English champion,
has become the Second City's
first British champion since Rob
McCracken, Eastman's trainer
and former foe, twelve long
years ago.
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Wayne Elcock Ends
Howard Eastman’s Run as
a Serious Contender
By Richard Hulse-September 29, 2007

Caginess and old-pro experience
weren't sufficient for Howard Eastman,
now 42-5, 35 KO’s, to turn back the
challenge of Wayne Elcock last night.
Eastman has failed in two World Title
chances, but in the last ten months
he'd won two bouts on home soil and
showed he was still crafty and capable
enough to succeed at British and
Commonwealth level. Now it appears
that standard has also become too
high for him. At the Skydome Arena in
Coventry, Wayne Elcock took
Eastman's British crown in a well-
fought points win. Elcock improves to
18-2, 8 KO’s
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Wayne's a real champ
Oct 7 2007 Birmingham Mail

CONGRATS go out to Birmingham's
own Wayne Elcock, the genial
middleweight boxer who lifted the
British crown from the long-reigning
champion, Howard Eastman, in
Coventry recently.
I had the privilege of spending some
time with Wayne at his gym a little
while back and found him to be an
all-round, right-on kind of guy.
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Boxing Champ In
Rugeley visit
Express and star
Nov 6th

British middleweight champion Wayne
“Mad Dog” Elcock has a new career
beckoning after inspiring youngsters
at Rugeley Police Amateur Boxing
Club.

The Birmingham-based former WBU
middleweight champion, who recently
beat Howard Eastman to become
Britain’s No 1, gave an inspirational
talk to the young fighters, some of
whom have been offenders.
read more........
Elcock v McDermott
countdown: Wayne's five best
wins  
by Tom Podmore
Jun 16th 2008  


With the build-up and excitement to the
biggest all-Midlands clash in recent
memory (maybe all-time), the British
middleweight title fight between
Birmingham's Wayne Elcock
(champion) and Dudley's unbeaten
Darren McDermott
Read more................
Elcock goes Stateside in
plan to regain British title
Apr 12 2009 Sunday Mercury

WAYNE Elcock is banking on a spell
in America getting his career back
on track as he plots a return to the
ring - and a bid to regain the British
middleweight title.

Elcock had the title ripped away from
him last month inside three rounds by
his fellow Brummie, Matthew Macklin.

At the age of 35, most fighters would
have considered hanging up their
gloves after a defeat like that.

But not Elcock.  He is determined to
get his hands on the Lonsdale Belt
again
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Wayne Elcock: I'll
come back stronger
Jun 6 2009 by Matt Smith, Birmingham
Mail

WAYNE Elcock is fighting fit and fighting
back.
The former British middleweight
champion, deposed by major Birmingham
rival Matthew Macklin, cannot wait to get
back into the ring.
And he would love it to be against
Macklin.
Even though he was stopped in one
dramatic minute of the third round at the
Aston Arena he would love the
opportunity for a re-match to prove a
point.
Elcock said: “The Wayne Elcock that
night was not the Wayne Elcock holder of
the middleweight British title and
Lonsdale Belt.
“I didn’t do myself justice and because I
was not myself it was easy for him to do a
job on me.
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