Emran Hussain is looking to steal the show this weekend at ‘Heaven or Hell’


Featherweight Emran Hussain admits he is looking to steal the show when he features on Steve Goodwin’s ‘Heaven or Hell’ card this weekend.

The 25-year-old who is trained by Alec Wilkey, will be making his second outing in the professional ranks after his debut win over Ricky Leach in April.

Despite having had a shorter amateur career than most he admits he is looking to climb up the division as quick as possible.

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“I’m confident in the skill set that I have, my manager also believes in me too,” he said.

“We’ve looked at the division and feel that I can make my mark and move up very quickly.

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“I could have got the stoppage in my last fight, but I was picking my shots and listneing to my coach.

“This time I’m looking for the knockout, nothing else will suffice I want that early stoppage.

Hussain gained a lot of fans after his debut due to his classy performance which juxtaposedthe small-hall environment it was afforded.

And the Millwall-based fighter admits he was pleased with his performance but has made subtle changes this time around.

He continued: “I’ve been getting some great work in with fellow pros Lewis Smith and Kieran McPhierson.

“I’ve also started working with Angel Fernandez a S&C coach who has been fantastic. I’m in great shape, I’m sharp and I’m ready to put on a show.”

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