Matchroom sign decorated Team GB amateur Cheavon Clarke

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Team GB’s Cheavon Clarke has signed a promotional deal with Matchroom Boxing. After competing in the Tokyo Olympics Clarke believes now the time is right to turn over and make an impact in the pro ranks #Boxing #CheavonClarke

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