In the round-robin tournament, the Army fighters invited to Aldershot opposition from counties such as Liverpool as well as international opposition from Ukraine. It proved to be a big success for the military athletes.
"In the round-robin, we had 21 bouts in three days," Sgt Allen stated.
"We only lost three and won 16 bouts which unbelievable. It was a great weekend.
"It was a fantastic event to host to have other counties here and to have Ukrainian boxers over.
"It was a hell of an experience."
Into 2019, the preparation will continue including a possible rematch with the Ukrainian talents.
Sgt Allen said: “We’ve got a couple of training camps planned. Hopefully, on the 7th February, we will be going over to Ukraine.
"We brought them over here for the round-robin and hopefully, they are going to reciprocate that for a ten-day training camp at the Olympic Boxing Centre.
"While we are in Ukraine, we are hoping to get a competition over a two or three-day period."