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Tyler Denny v Felix Cash - Tale of the Tape: Weight, height, reach, trainer & professional boxing records

We analyse the credentials and statistics of domestic rivals Tyler Denny and Felix Cash as the pair get set to contest a European middleweight title bout in Birmingham on Saturday 22nd June.

Tyler Denny v Felix Cash

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Tyler Denny is sitting pretty as European middleweight champion and has taken advantage of opportunities that Felix Cash has had to forego.

Cash had been due to face Matteo Signani on various occasions for the European title but injury and personal issues have placed his career in no man’s land.

Signani lost his title to Denny last November, whilst the unfortunate Cash has spent 18 months in the wilderness watching his next opponent make the most of his absence.

Denny has momentum and confidence on his side, but, for some, Cash is the better fighter.

But the big question is who will win when the two lock-horns on Saturday 22nd June?

It's time to check out the 'Tale of the Tape'…

Tyler Denny v Felix Cash
Tale of the Tape


Tyler Denny

Felix Cash











5ft 10ins

6ft 1ins








Errol Johnson

Adam Booth


18-2-3 (1 KO)

16-0 (10 KOs)

Last Fight:

Won - (TKO) v Matteo Signani (November 2023)

Won- (Points) v Celso Neves (December 2022)

Tyler Denny
In Profile

Boxing has many paths for fighters looking to find a route to success.

Some are more straightforward than others and while each holds its own difficulties the one taken by Tyler Denny can prove to be the most troublesome, draining and bumpy.

Denny began his career fighting in Dudley and Wolverhampton on non-televised small hall shows where tickets sales were everything, and getting on to live televised felt like a pipe dream.

But the Wordsley southpaw persisted and overcame two defeats to land a spot on a Mick Hennessy show on Channel 5 three years ago.

The technical draw against River Wilson-Bent was a sickener for Denny, who should have got the nod after his opponent was cut over the left eye.

The persistence in Denny continued to be a growing strength however, beating Bent in the rematch on Sky Sports - a bout that opened the door of opportunity.

Four fights later and he is the current European champion.

Whilst the 32-year-old lacks the explosiveness and power of some of his peers, his belief, determination and solid fundamentals have all helped him seize the openings which have come his way.

Denny will have to show every quality he has to hold off and beat Cash in June, however.

But if he is able to do that, then another door - to the world stage - would likely open up and prolong one of boxing's true feel-good stories.




Lack of power


Open to right hands

Career momentum

Less effective when backed up

Variations of the one-two combination

Heavy exchanges

Felix Cash
In Profile

With the talent that Felix Cash possesses many would have expected him to have at the very least fought for world honours by this stage of his professional career.

His destructive three-round success over Denzel Bentley to win the British middleweight title three years ago should have been the launchpad to even bigger nights in his career.

But since then, he has only fought twice!

His points win over Magomed Madiev, in February 2022, was filled with danger and knockdowns, which he just about survived, and ten months later he would win an eight-rounder against unheralded Celso Neves.

Cash has had his troubles. The forgotten man of the division has overcome hand injuries, family tragedy, divorce and a split with trainer Tony Sims over the past few years, but finally, now stands, on the brink of resurrecting his hugely promising career.

Now under the stewardship of David Haye's former trainer, Adam Booth, the 31-year-old has reached a junction whereby he needs momentum and continuity.

Few would argue that, at his best, Cash beats Denny, but three fights (21 rounds in total) in three years has left him susceptible.

If he is to fulfil his ambitions of becoming a world champion, he has to win this fight.

Time will tell whether he can do that.






Fights on emotion


Vulnerable in close quarters


Head movement

All odds displayed within this article were correct at the time of writing and are subject to fluctuation. 

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