Closing out a stellar 2023, Noongar man Alex Winwood emerged as the Breakout Fighter of the Year, securing three victories in as many bouts, bringing his professional record to an undefeated 4-0.
Currently ranked second in the WBC standings, Winwood is poised for a title eliminator against Luis Castillo next year, setting the stage for a potential showdown with champion Yudei Shigeoka.
Winwood could surpass Jeff Fenech’s record of seven fights to a world title.
A frequent sparring partner for Jason and Andrew Moloney, the 26-year-old Mandurah local presents elite potential.
The remaining awards for outstanding achievements in the world of boxing are as follows.
Men’s Fighter of the Year: Tim Tszyu
Women’s Fighter of the Year: Skye Nicolson
Performance of the Year: Jai Opetaia vs. Jordan Thompson
Men’s Fight of the Year: Albert Nolan vs. Vegas Larfield
Women’s Fight of the Year: Jasmine Parr vs. Brianna Harrison
Knockout of the Year: Brandon Grach vs. Liam Talivaa
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