Charlie Edwards aiming to strike Gold and Green
Aside from the huge heavyweight grudge match between Dillian Whyte and Dereck Chisora, Charlie Edwards gets a second opportunity to win a world title when he takes on hard-hitting Cristofer Rosales.
Fighting for the prestigious green belt the WBC crown on the undercard in London.
Edwards Previous World Title Attempt
Charlie fell short in his previous attempt back in 2016, but since then has strung together 5 consecutive wins to put himself back in a position to take on the world’s best.
He has definitely grown since then and matured into a much more rounded boxer and has every chance of pulling off the win, which would see him take home the greatest belt in the sport of boxing.
Now fighting under the guidance of Grant Smith out of Steel City in Sheffield, Charlie has come on leaps and bounds. Surrounded by his brother Sunny Ewards with his flashy skills and the Kinsiona brothers, he can’t but learn daily in a thriving gym.
WBC Inspired Personalised Boxing Shorts and Ring Jacket
We have produced both the boxing shorts and ring walk jacket using a base material of white wetlook. Both are trimmed with the flags of the world, as seen on the WBC world title belt. The famous green and gold appears either side of the flag trim of both the shorts and jacket, which emphasises our design superbly.
The flag pattern engulfs the whole hood of the ring walk jacket also.
Austrian Crystal Bling Names
The shorts are completed with vibrant gold Austrian Crystals crystals spelling out the name ‘Edwards’ across the waistband, with the same wording also featuring on the back of Charlie’s jacket, as well as ‘Mum’ below a red heart.
Labour of Love
It’s been a real labour of love this particular design and we are delighted with how it has turned out.
Finished off with the new SW Boxing Socks for 2019 the whole kit was finished and packaged in this beautiful box and gold tissue paper.
Winning the WBC World Title is often seen as the pinnacle of any boxer’s career and we wish Charlie the best of luck in his quest to become the only British boxer to currently hold the green and gold.