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Hellraiser Boxing News | Diamond Oggini knows he's going to get out of the ring after his next fight unhappy with his night's work.
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Diamond Oggini knows he's going to get out of the ring after his next fight unhappy with his night's work.

The 24 year old from Charlton has made a punch perfect start to his pro career – or so it seems.

He’s won every round of his first two fights, but says he wasn’t happy with either performance and knows he won’t have a smile on his face after his next fight, at the York Hall in Bethnal Green on Saturday, May 4.

Promoter Mickey Helliet has added the Andy Ayling-managed lightweight to his show and Oggini said: “I’m a perfectionist, so I’m never happy with the way I box.

“I’ve had a lot of compliments about my skills, but when I watch my fights back, I’m not happy.

“I don’t need a defeat to see what I’m doing wrong. I’m always looking for faults – even when I win.”

Oggini was a late comer to boxing, having his first amateur bout at 18 after getting into trouble.

He won seven of 10 amateur bouts before turning pro and says that with Ayling’s guidance, he can climb the rankings.

Ayling snapped up Oggini after watching him spar Boy Jones jr and the fighter said: “I know I’m still learning.

“Before my pro debut, I hadn’t boxed for three years, so it’s going to take time, but I’m going to go for it. I want to get as far as I can.”

Posted: 23rd Apr 2019


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