Nicholas Parpa

Since my early teens I have always wanted to be a boxer. I had my first amateur bout in 2004 at the age of 13, and after 10 years and countless fights as an amateur I obtained my professional boxing license.
Understandably I threw myself even more into my training, excited for my first fight. Unfortunately, in the lead up to my professional debut I sustained a severe shoulder injury whilst training. It quickly became apparent that I would not pass a medical to fight, and my professional debut would have to wait.
And wait it did. After a year of rest and physiotherapy my shoulder was hardly any better. I went to see a specialist who informed my that whilst my injury would heal eventually, I would never be able to box again. My dreams were shattered…
I continued with a couple more months of physio, but nothing seemed to be helping. Then I came across GLC2000…
A few months of consistently using GLC2000, and I couldn’t believe that I started to feel some major improvements. Then after just over 6 months my shoulder was almost back to 100%, I was now fully back into my boxing training and I had a new professional fight scheduled for 4th July 2015.
Which I went on to win by first round knockout.
Nick has now had 5 professional fights with a record of 4 wins (3 by KO) & 1 loss.

“I doubt I’d be boxing now if it wasn’t for GLC2000”

Nick is on the undercard for the professional debut fight of Olympic silver medallist, Heavyweight Joe ‘Juggernaut’ Joyce who will be facing former WBO Inter-Continental Champion Ian Lewison.
The fight will be broadcast live on Dave. Live coverage will start from 9:00pm on Friday 20th October.Alternatively there are still tickets available directly from Nick Parpa or from the indigO2.

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