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Formerly homeless man who beat cancer and slept under Stockport viaduct to raise cash for charity

Mike Whitworth

[First published in Manchester Evening News – 13th January 2017]

A man who beat cancer and battled homelessness will fight on behalf of charities who helped turn his life around.

Mike Whitworth, from Heaviley, now works in the fitness industry and will take part in a White Collar Fighter boxing bout in aid of the Wellspring and Cancer Research UK.

The 31-year-old found himself homeless and on the street in 2007 following a relationship breakdown – sleeping in parks and under Stockport viaduct.

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Trio steps in ring to raise money for 11-year-old Kyle Buckley fighting cancer

 

FUNDRAISERS: From left Kieran Melia, Sarah Myatt and Jamie Dickinson will be stepping in to the ring
FUNDRAISERS: From left Kieran Melia, Sarah Myatt and Jamie Dickinson will be stepping in to the ring

[First published in The Bolton News – 27th October 2016]

THE GLOVES are on for a trio of budding boxers who are stepping up to fight for the Make Kyle Smile campaign.

Jamie Dickinson, Sarah Myatt and Kieran Melia are currently training to step into the boxing ring to raise money for 11-year-old Kyle Buckley who is battling cancer for the third time.

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Salford mum steps up to fight to honour baby daughters

 

Danielle in training (left) with Nancie (right)

[First published on SalfordOnline.com – 26th September 2016]

It’s all gloves and gum shields for brave Danielle Mckinney as she prepares to step into the ring as part of a charity boxing match to honour her premature daughters who fought for their lives.

The Salford mum will be making her white collar boxing debut at Bowlers Exhibition Centre, Manchester on Saturday 1st October to raise money for two causes close to her heart.

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