Cahoonas — fighter
As an Amateur he fought his way through a massive 376 matches. Won ten gold medals at international tournaments, and captained the Scottish International team on a regular basis. Pop a load of other awards in there, like being given the glory of being the Scottish Champion at both junior and senior level, European Champion, British & Irish four Nations Champ and winning a bronze medal in 2002 & 2005 at the Commonwealth games then breaking Scotlands amateur record by winning 3 gold medals at international level and you start to see that Craig is a powerhouse of boxing destruction.
Craig turned professional in 2006 with a record of 21 wins, 10 by way of knock out
1) What is your greatest sporting achievement to date?
1. Well there's a lot lol but fighting in Vegas 5 times, being part of one the best gyms in the world. Being managed by one of the best boxing trainers in the world being signed with Golding boy!
So we decided we'd get behind a few local fighters and make a night of it in the City Night Club, Edinburgh and what a fantastic selection of pugilistic talent. A bit of blood, lots of guts and the only KO of the night from our hero of the moment - Andy Noble, a professional football player, personal trainer and now champion boxer for team Cahoonas. The night started off with a few good fights and a few show rounds with mighty Willie Quin vs Bobby Collins of KO promotions. We also saw our honorary Cahoonas girl, Chantelle, batter her...