Hemel Hempstead boxer Myles Cash is looking to maintain his 100 per cent record as a professional when he takes to the ring in Grays in April.
Cash, 20, made his professional bow against Irishman Joe Rea in Bethnal Green earlier this month – winning each round to take an overall points victory.
And St Albans Boxing Club member Cash says he enjoyed his professional debut and is raring to go for his next bout.
“Some boxers go into the ring with a certain game plan but I just go in there to win,” he said.
“To be honest, the buzz in a professional arena is much better – it’s completely different to amateur. The pace is much slower and you don’t have the head guard to block your vision.
“You can feel the difference fighting professionally and you know how much hard work it is.
“I’m training two or three times a day now so it’s a real step up from boxing as an amateur.
Super-middleweight Cash is expected to face Dan Blackwell at Grays Civic Centre on Saturday, April 5, with his opponent ‘95 per cent confirmed’ according to the Hemel man.
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Cash, meanwhile, is searching for sponsorship as he aims to take his career forward. Anyone interested can contact Cash directly on 07402 924234.