Thursday, 25 February 2016


This was a lovely family run, home made chocolate shop. True to say I came away with a lot of yummy chocolate!

Bruges was a great place to visit. I experienced so many different types of beer and lots of home made chocolate; as well as, visiting the nunnery, going up the tower which is in the film 'In Bruges' and going on a little boat tour. There are lots of quirky different bars and some amazing restaurants. If you like visiting different places for weekend breaks this is definitely somewhere to put on your list. 


Tuesday, 23 February 2016


At the weekend I went to the Ice Bar in London. It was an amazing experience, sipping cocktails out of ice glasses in -5 temperatures and admiring the interior sculpted entirely of frozen H20. We did the package which included a 2 course meal in the restaurant (not ice) and entry into the bar itself which included one cocktail at a total cost £35. I thought this was a good deal especially considering entry to the ice bar with one cocktail is £16.50 alone. Of course we purchased more cocktails, it was an experience after all, but make sure that if you do visit and want more than one drink that you don’t put your glass down or you will get charged for a new glass too! 


Tuesday, 9 February 2016


One of the things I really enjoy is running my boxing promotion business “Goodwin Main Events”. I am the youngest female professional boxing promoter in the world and in a male dominated sport it is refreshing to add a female touch to the business and I totally love getting involved.

My next show takes place at the iconic York Hall in Bethnal Green on 5th March 2016 where I have a brilliant Championship main event plus a fantastic undercard featuring two former Prizefighter Champions, a former English Champion and what I am most nervous but excited about, my little brother making his professional debut. Before then however on 24th February 2016 I have a press conference to hold which takes place at York Hall.

When I originally held press conferences I found them quite daunting but with experience comes confidence and now I find them a lot easier than before but I still find myself in a panic trying to act relaxed. I’m like the proverbial swan… all calm and graceful on the top half, but paddling furiously under the water! Still, with each one, I get more confident and I love it – it’s such a buzz to finish and think that people enjoy listening to what I’ve got to say.

The photo above is a picture taken from the training camp in May 2015 where we took some of our fighters to Turkey to train for a week.

You can read more about the fighters on my show Crunch Time here.

If you have never been to a boxing event before come down; it would be lovely to see you there. Tickets are available at

Below is a promo video for my show on 5th March.

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