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First Show of 2008 - Special Guests:

Richie Woodhall
Steve "Celtic Destroyer" Collins
Rob "Grim Reaper" Reid

Joe ended 2008 with two special guests at his Christmas show.

SPECIAL GUESTS FOR JOE'S 2008 CHRISTMAS SHOW WERE:

Richie Woodhall Richie Woodhall
Woodhall turned pro in 1990 and was undefeated as the Commonwealth Middleweight Champion from 1992-1995. He was then undefeated as the European Middleweight Champion from 1995-1996. In 1998 he moved up in weight and captured the WBC super middleweight title .

Steve Collins Steve "Celtic Warrior" Collins
Steve Collins is considered to be one of the toughest boxers of the past century, widely considered to be the hardest pound for pound fighter of the late 90s, having never been stopped in a high profile career.


SPECIAL GUESST FOR CHRISTMAS 2007 WAS

SIR HENRY COOPER, OBE

Sir Henry Cooper with Joe Special Guest Star at Joe's Christmas 2007 Boxing Evening was boxing legend Sir Henry Cooper - one of the greatest British boxers of all time.

''Our 'Enry'' joined Joe and guests at Cleethorpes' Beachcomber for an evening of great boxing, with the three course meal quality bouts that makes Joe's shows so popular.

Our thanks go to Sir Henry for taking the time to chat, sign autographs and pose for photos with boxing fans as well as giving a great speech for the guests.


 

Jim Watt, MBE

Joe's show on the 14th May 2007 was attended by Jim Watt MBE - arguably one of Scotland's greatest boxers. Jim joined Joe and friends at Cleethorpes' Beachcomber club for another completely sold out night of boxing.

We'd like to thank Jim for entertaining the guests at the Beachcomber, and all the boxing fans who were there give there sincere regards for making it a night to remember.

Justin Sane

Comedian Justin Sane was also on hand to entertain the crowd with his brand of humour, and went down very well with the guests.