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Hellraiser Boxing News | Collins Leaving Nothing To Chance Ahead Of Debut
Aaron Collins makes his professional debut on the Hellraiser Boxing Titanium card on February 10th and the welterweight has been leaving no stone unturned in his training camp. For tickets from Aaron call

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Collins Leaving Nothing To Chance Ahead Of Debut

The opening bell will ring on Aaron Collins’ professional boxing career next month.

The 25 year old from Fleet makes his debut at the York Hall in Bethnal Green on Saturday, February 10.

He was set to fight there in December, but because of red tape, the fight fell through, leaving Collins in tears.

He has put that  frustration behind him and says he’s ready to launch his career.

Collins will be matched in a four-round welterweight fight and said: “I’m ready for a challenge.

“I always give 100 per cent in the gym.

“I don’t feel anyone trains harder than me. I run further, hit the bags more and do more sparring than anyone else.”

Based at Frimley Boxing Club, Collins comes from a white-collar boxing background and says he has benefited from sparring experienced professionals in the countdown to his debut.

“Sparring people like Elliott Matthews and Ryan Maycock has brought m on tremendously,” said Collins.

“They are tricky southpaws and really make me think about what I’m doing in there. I’m not just going in there and trying to punch as hard and as fast as I can.

“I have to really think about what I’m doing.

“Sparring has really built my confidence. I feel I’m improving with every spar. I’m sparring top-class middleweights and I don’t think I will have any problems with welterweights at the start of my career.”

Collins is ambitious.

“I would love to be British champion one day,” said the self-employed gardener, “but I know I have to work my way up and the Southern Area title is definitely a goal.”

Tickets for the show at the York Hall are available from 075810 25210.

Posted: 10th Jan 2018

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