Randall Brunyee

Name: 

Randall Brunyee

Year of birth: 
1995
Achievements: 
2013 Junior Aba National Quarter Finalist
2013 CYP National Quarter Finalist
1x London Aba Champion
1x CYP London Champion
 
Bio: 

'I started boxing just to keep fit after I gave up playing Kent League Football at the age of 13 and after about 2 years I had my first bout and there was no other buzz like this that I had experienced from that moment the bell rang I knew this is what I wanted to do.'

FAQ: 
Question: 
Best moment in boxing?
Answer: 
Would probably be my first ever senior bout I had not long after I turned 17 and I boxed a 23 year old. I stood up ready for the last round and I saw him sitting in his stall not moving was the best feeling I think the cheeky grin on my face explained it.
Question: 
Worst moment in boxing?
Answer: 
When I had a rematch against Yahia Chelli from Dale Youth in the London finals of the 2012 CYPs and lost on a decision that didn't go my way which seemed to knock my back quite a bit especially when you got everyone in the venue telling you that you won the fight it just makes you over think and makes things worse.
Question: 
Ambitions in the sport?
Answer: 
Firstly to be given a chance to box for London so I can prove myself and show everyone the talent that I've got and then to move onto winning a title for myself so then hopefully I can be given a chance to represent the country. That would mean the world to me.
Question: 
Top 3 London boxers?
Answer: 
Jordan Reynolds from West Ham, he is an exceptional talent. My second boxer is Ted Cheeseman from Fisher. I've never known someone so dedicated to a sport in all my life but apart from the boxing side he is such a laugh out of the gym as well. My third boxer would be Archie Sharp from the Lynn. He's got the fastest hands in the game I'd say and you cant knock the boy, he's won over 5 national titles and collected a European Silver medal as well.
Question: 
Boxers to look out for?
Answer: 
My little brother Sid Brunyee who will be competing in his first school boys championships in 2014 and I already know his going to catch a few peoples eyes when that bell goes. Secondly a very good friend of mine Connor Mitchell who just had year and half out the ring but has come back and is probably the strongest 53kg boy you'll ever see I have high hopes for him this season and I'm expecting him to reach the 2014 Junior ABA finals.