Ideal Boxers for Promoting GamStop Scheme

The United Kingdom's agenda is to encourage safer and more responsible gaming, and when it comes to defending players from gaming hazards, Gamstop is the most trusted scheme. Gamstop is, in reality, an organization that allows gamers on approved gambling platforms to restrict their gambling activity. Consumers are expected first to determine the amount of time they choose to be banned. However, some players quit the scheme and join sports betting not on GamStop at bookmakers that don’t have UKGC license.

The UK Gambling Commission has allowed internet gambling sites to partake and allow their clients to use Gamstop from 31 March 2020. This voluntary service is extending its relationship in recent times and has signed agreements with many entities. Below are the best boxers to promote the Gamstop scheme.

#1 Tyson Fury

Tyson Luke Fury (born 12 August 1988) is a British boxer recognized for his 2015 win over Wladimir Klitschko, a world champion to claim the WBA's heavyweight titles (Super), IBO, WBO, and IBF. Tyson Fury's reputation as one of the finest boxers in the game was shot up by the much-published victory over one of the world's greatest boxers who dominated the boxing scene for a considerable time.

The boxer is fondly known as 'The Furious One,' and he also beat Deontay Wilder in February 2020 to win the WBC heavyweight belt, making him a two-time world heavyweight champion.

Fury represented Ireland and Britain on several occasions during his amateur career. In Belfast, Ireland, he trained at the Holy Family Boxing Club. He later relocated his training camp to the Smithboro Club, located in Monaghan County. He took part in the 2006 AIBA World Boxing Youth Championships, where he earned a bronze medal. At the 2006 senior national championships coordinated by the Amateur Boxing Association of England, where he lost to David Price, Fury fought for Jimmy Egan's Boxing Academy.

#2 Anthony Joshua

Anthony Oluwafemi Olaseni Joshua (born 15 October 1989) or AJ, as he is nicknamed, is an English professional boxer and a two-time unified world heavyweight champion. Other than the apparent powerhouses like Mike Tyson and Mohammed Ali, the heavyweight boxing division has only been captivated and dominated by few like Joshua.

Joshua has clinched three of four big world championships at the moment. He has held the WBO since March 2018, the IBF title since 2016, the WBO since March 2018, the WBO since March 2018, the 1BO title since 2017, as well as the regional title of the British and Commonwealth from 2014 to 2016.

#3 Luke Campbell

Luke Campbell, MBE (born 27 September 1987) is a British professional boxer and fan of Luton Town who has been challenged for world lightweight titles twice; the 2017 WBA and The Ring titles; and the 2019 WBA, WBO, The Ring, and vacant WBC titles. From 2016 to 2017, the WBC Silver and Commonwealth lightweight titles were retained by the professional boxer at the regional level. As an amateur, at the 2008 European Championships, Campbell won gold, 2011 World Championships silver, and 2012 Olympics gold, all in the bantamweight division.

Campbell is ranked by The Ring and the Transnational Boxing Rankings Board as the fifth-best active lightweight in the world as of September 2020, and eighth by BoxRec.

In the 2013 New Year Honours for services to boxing, Campbell was made an MBE. He was partnered with Jenna Harrison in Dancing On Ice, also known as Jenna Smith, in 2013.

#4 Tony Bellew

Anthony Lewis Bellew (born 30 November 1982) is a retired professional boxer from Britain who competed between 2007 and 2018. From 2016 to 2017, he won the WBC cruiserweight belt, and in his final fight, he fought for the undisputed cruiserweight championship. Bellew won the British and Commonwealth light-heavyweight championships from 2010 to 2014 at the regional level, the European cruiserweight title from 2015 to 2016, and a three-time amateur ABA heavyweight champion.

Bellew, fighting out of Liverpool's Rotunda ABC, won both the 2002 and 2003 ABA novice titles by knocking out every person he faced, except for Rob Hough, who in the under 10 bouts championships went the 3 rounds from Paramount ABC (Stockport). Then he moved up to the 91 kg heavyweight division and added even more titles to his collection when he was qualified for the Senior Championships. He lost out to Danny Price in 2006.

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