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The best way to prevent Footstar from imitating the Golf Trust example is to elect the Outpoint Group nominees to the Board.
Pulled up in the Foxhunters at Cheltenham, Tearaway King has improved through the season and is a confident choice to outpoint Bank specialist Dennistown Thriller.
Rhymney welter Robbie James impressed with a four-round points victory over Cambridge debutant Louis Byrne, while Abercarn's Jamie Way defied a broken toe to outpoint Worcester hard man Steve Cooper over six.
He has beaten all 38 pro opponents, stopping 30 of them, although he had to climb off the canvas to outpoint rough-house Egyptian Kabary Salem at Newcastle in October.
Sugar Ray Leonard returns from a three-year hiatus to outpoint the great - and much bigger - Marvin Hagler and win the middleweight championship in 1987.
Ward went on to outpoint Connor Mitchell (Tom Lowe) in the Midlands final, then outpointed Karmand ABC's Barry Price in the pre-quarter finals in Barnsley.
Chris Swan, having only his second contest, boxed beautifully to outpoint a very game N Adams.
Having begun the transition from light-heavyweight when he scaled 12st 3lb to outpoint Belarussian Sergey Karanevich in Liverpool last weekend, he is set to drop the remaining three pounds and challenge for the WBF Inter-Continental strap in the New Year.
According to coach Darbar he boxed "beautifully" to outpoint two times national champion Jacob Grattan (Hall Green) in front of his opponent's home crowd.
And Mansfield's Karl Chiverton worked hard to outpoint veteran Peter Dunn from Pontefract, 58-56.
Gonzalez went down three times only to easily outpoint his hard-punching opponent and receive a standing ovation from the crowd.