According to the former boxer, it is the lifestyle that was the appealing factor to him.
He said: “The militant lifestyle definitely appeals to me. My career was very militant and I honestly believe if I hadn’t gone on as a professional boxer, I probably would have joined the military. It keeps me young and I’m enjoying it."
One of the victors from the card was Shane Green from 156 Provost Company after he beat Lewis McGuire on points and the Essex-based lance corporal believes the future is bright for RMP boxing.
He said: "This is the start, I think, of something that is going to continue going forward definitely."
The success of the event will be good news to GB Boxing after they signed a three-year deal with the British Army in an effort to create more military boxing Olympians.
The collaboration between the Army Sport Control Board and British Boxing means that a full-time boxing coach will work at the Army's base in Aldershot.
Ben Stewart will work closely with current head coach Sergeant James Allen and will be joined also by a team of four army coaches and sport science practitioners.
He said: "The set-up and the facilities here are first-class. The boxers train three times a day and the set-up is very professional."
Nathan Pearce works as Army Boxing secretary and believes the similar aspect between top-level sport and the military will pay off: "Fitness is an integral part of being a soldier and the qualities required of sportsperson mirror what the Army looks for when recruiting; teamwork, discipline, motivation and determination," he said.
"Army personnel are extremely well supported with first-rate facilities, coaches, but most importantly the time to refine their skills."