Josh Wale – boxer was born in Barnsley. While still a student, he managed to win the NABC, and also represented the UK in amateur competitions. He was a member of the National Boxing Academy in East Durham.
He made his debut as a professional boxer in 2006 in October. In this battle he defeated Neil Reed. In 2007, he already had the 5th fight, on which Josh Wale fought with Mo Khaled. In the 4th round of this confrontation, he won and received the title of BBBofC Area in super lightweight. After this fight, twice appeared in the ring, but was further defeated in September 2008. This year, he had to take a break in the boxing career because of a serious injury to the right eye.
A year after the defeat and recovery from injury, he went into the ring against Matthew Marsh. Here he fought for the vacant English title in super lightweight. After the battle, the title remained vacant. The year 2010 for Josh Wale was more than successful. He was able to defeat in the first round of Esham Pickering. However, Willy Casey lost in the semifinals of the tournament. Further for the English title was boxed with Craig Lyon, but the fight was stopped in the third round and a draw was declared.
Already in 2012, in May, Josh Wale asked for a challenge to Kid Galahad. At stake was the title of WBC International super lightweight title. The fight lasted until the 9th round and the boxer was expecting a failure, as he received a serious eye injury. Failures did not leave him in the future. Six months after recovering from injury, he lost in the ring to Stuart Hall for the lightweight title. In 2016, another failure for the Commonwealth title against Gamal Yafai. The battle was lost on points. Then Josh Wale decided to go to the bantamweight and in May 2017 he won against Ramesh Ahmadi. In February 2018, he had a great fight against Bobby Jenkinson, where he won in the 9th round. If we talk about the upcoming fight, Toto Helebhe will be his rival. The battle will take place on October 5, 2018 in England. Watch boxing Josh Wale vs Toto Helebhe here.