Fight Academy have signed another exciting Scottish fighter, with the acquisition of the super talented, Callen McCaulay.
Already 7-0 as a pro, with two KOs, the 23-year-old has a big future ahead and fans will now be able to watch his journey on ground-breaking new boxing broadcaster, Fightzone.
Callen first laced up the gloves aged seven, went on to become a Scottish and British amateur champion, and has boxed all over the world representing his country.
Since turning over at 18, the Glaswegian hasn’t put a foot wrong and the future looks bright with Fight Academy’s Dennis Hobson looking to inject some new momentum into the Scottish boxing scene.
“I have a great relationship with Iain Wilson [and Sam Kynoch], who is a great promoter from North of the Border and I’m looking forward to doing some co-promotions with him. Iain has a really talented kid in Callen who knows how to conduct himself but – the main thing is – also knows how to fight!”
“This is a massive opportunity for me,” said university graduate Callen, who also works as an electrical engineer. “The Fightzone production and the shows have been absolutely brilliant, and to be helping to bring that up to Scotland is great exposure.
“Over the next year with Dennis, I’d like to get four fights in. I haven’t boxed for two years, I broke my hand in my last fight and have had two operations on it. So I want to get back, get a Scottish Title, and I’m only 23 so maybe also go for a Youth Title like some of the other boys have done, and get my ranking up in the world bodies.
“Talent-wise, with my work ethic, if I’m matched well and built up the right way, then I really think I can go all the way. I can get to British level and with the right team around me, go further.
“I work hard enough, have the talent and style, and don’t take much punishment. I’ve got all the gears to go far.”
Find out more about Callen below:
First started boxing?
Any amateur achievements? How many bouts did you have? Win/lose?
I was British champion, multiple Scottish champion, represented Scotland around the world, had around 60 fights with 50 wins.
Favourite all-time fighter?
What are your strengths and weaknesses as a boxer?
Strengths are foot-work and am hard to hit. Weaknesses? Should be saying none here 🙂
What’s the hardest thing about being a pro fighter (so far)?
It’s been all good for me so far. The main difference is having the pressure of selling and organising tickets on fight week!
What weight do you see yourself winning belts at?
Which current British fighters are impressing you the most?
Josh Taylor currently and Fury of course you’ve got to love
Name one UK fighter you would like to face in 2021/22?
Any of the domestic level welterweights to be honest that will help propel my career
Your favourite meal?
Tough one not actually sure tbh prefer series: Breaking Bad
Which actor would you choose to play you in a movie about your life?
Your job outside of boxing (if you have one)?
Electrical engineer and PT
Your boxing ambitions? What do you want to achieve in the sport?
Titles at all levels, taking it step by step and going all the way if all goes well!
Tell us an unusual fact about yourself?
I have never drank alcohol or smoked/done drugs!
What is the first thing you’d buy if you won the lottery?
Lots of crypto!
Where do you see yourself in five years’ time?
Hopefully with a belt in boxing with Dennis guiding me in the right way!
What is the meaning of life?
To fulfil your dreams and desires and achieve things. If you stop setting goals that is when there is no meaning in your life!