|Real name||Martin Power|
|Born||14 February 1980
|Wins by KO||9|
Early Professional Career
Power made his professional debut in June 2001 with a victory over Sean Grant at the York Hall in Bethnal Green. He compiled an unbeaten ledger of 16-0 with wins over the likes of Rocky Dean and Shinny Bayaar before getting a crack at the vacant British title in May 2005. He won the title with a win over Dale Robinson at the Elephant & Castle center in Southwark to become British Bantamweight champion.
British champion and Commonwealth challenger
Following his victory over Robinson Power defended his title twice beating Ian Napa  on a split decision over 12 rounds and Issac Ward who was stopped in the 8th round. Both contests took place at the York Hall. In June 2006 Power got the opportunity to add the Commonwealth title to his British when he met unknown South African Tshifhiwa Munyai once again in Bethnal Green. Munyai proved to be more than a handful and stopped Power in the 9th round to inflict the first professional defeat of his career on Power. A return match was organised in January 2007 but this match-up worked out even worse for Power as he was again defeated this time when his corner pulled him out in the 4th round.
Defeats to Napa and Davies
In November 2007 Power challenged former foe Ian Napa for the British title that he had himself relinquished. Napa had beaten Jason Booth for the vacant version and Power was to be his first defence. Napa ended up winning the rematch in 12 rounds and Power crashed to his third consecutive defeat. On 18 December 2008, after being out of the ring for over a year, Power travelled to Dublin and lost for the fourth time in a row this time against Gary Davies, who would go on to become a British champion himself, via a 2nd round KO.
Power chose to return to the amateur club in which he began his boxing career in a bid to return to winning ways. Power had initially joined the St Pancras amateur boxing club as an eight year old and went on to win a number of amateur titles for the club. Returning to the club as a professional also meant that Power would team up with St Pancras head coach CJ Hussein. On 2 June 2009 Power returned to action with Hussein in his corner and defeated Sid Razak at the York Hall. The return to winning ways did not last however when in his next outing on September 11, 2009 Power lost to Stuart Hall by stoppage in the 8th round of their 8 round contest. On 11 December 2009 Power met former British and Commonwealth title challenger Matthew Edmonds at the Newport Leisure Centre in Wales and scored a 5th round stoppage, topping off a mixed year since the return to St. Pancras.
British title challenge
On 23 July 2010 Power returned to championship action as the challenger to former conqueror Stuart Hall who had gone on to lift the title with a win over Ian Napa earlier in the year. The fight, in Sunderland, saw Hall once again come out on top with the referee stopping the contest in the 10th round. For Hall it was only the 11th pro fight of his career and the 10th win with Power slipping to a sixth career defeat.
- Boxrec | Martin Power pro record
- BBC Sport | Unbeaten Power wins British title
- Sporting Life | Power defends crown
- BBC Sport | Power stopped in Commonwealth bid
- BBC Sport | Champion Munyai halts brave Power
- Hampstead & Highgate Express | Power cut by Napa defeat
- Liverpool Echo | Davies pulls the plug on Power
- Camden Sports | Back in the ring after a Power cut
- FightFranchise | Fury wins controversial decision - undercard report of Power vs Hall p.9
- BBC Sport | Stuart Hall defends British bantamweight title
|British Bantamweight Champion
May 20, 2005 – July 6, 2007