Record: 16-1 (6 KOs)
Height: 5ft 7in
REECE MOULD fell short in his vacant British Featherweight title challenge against Leigh Wood in February 2021, but showed that it’s a title he is more than capable of winning eventually. Their fight at Wembley Arena was a thriller for fans and always competitive. In the early stages Mould had the upper hand and hurt his rival in round three, and an upset looked possible, Although the VIP boxer covered himself in glory, Wood’s experience told and Mould met with his first career defeat in round nine. Mould put himself in line for a domestic title fight after stopping Sean Davis in their vacant English championship clash in June 2019.
Davis was cut and floored three times before being rescued by the referee in the fourth round of their Doncaster racecourse meeting. Mould has been a professional since April 2016, and looks sure to feature in plenty of exciting fights judging by the proud effort against Nottingham’s Wood. He returned just four months after the Wood defeat and won every round in a six-rounder against Cristian Narvaez. Circumstance beyond Mould’s control kept him on the sidelines after that win, but he was back in May 2022 when he dropped Josue Bendana early on, but had to settle for a points win. He was due to face Hamed Ghaz in an English Lightweight title clash in Ocotber, but his opponent cried off. Mould instead boxed teak tough Jordan Ellison and came through eight hard rounds on points. Manager Steve Wood is now hoping the phone rings offering Mould another big fight.