Don Adams (boxer)

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Don "The Bull" Adams was a bare-knuckle boxer, from Waltham Cross, Hertfordshire, England.[citation needed] In addition he was known as King of the Gypsies.[citation needed] At least one of his fights was detected by the authorities. Hertfordshire Constabulary reported a planned fight at Holborn Stud Farm on Sunday, 26 October 1975, between Don “The Bull” Adams and Roy “Pretty Boy” Shaw, promoted by Adams’ trainer Tom “The Bear” Brown. Donny Adams's second for the fight was an Ex RAF policeman named Huw Rees.[citation needed] This fight was banned, but must have taken place later, as Shaw was reported later to have beaten Adams. Shaw won the bout in the first round. Before that fight Adams had 48 bare knuckle fights and won them all.[citation needed]

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don had three children a son called donnie and two daughters known as amanda also known as kim and a daughter called chrystal also known as chriss