Super-Middleweight Germaine Brown says he is looking forward to impressing the crowd when he takes to the ring on British Warriors card later this month.
The 23-year-old was a standout amateur at Fitzroy Lodge which saw him become the Novice London Champion and a Boxing Alliance England Finalist despite only starting the sport at 16.
He has transitioned into the paid ranks with the same coach he had at ‘The Lodge’ in well-respected Adam Martin.
Brown is based out of 12 Rounds Gym in Clapham along with Martin who has an impressive growing stable including the likes of ABA winners Louis Adolphe and Kirk Garvey.
The prospects entertaining, front foot style made him the perfect sparring partner for World Champion George Groves as he prepared for his World Boxing Super Series fight against Chris Eubank Jr.
And he is confident he will winning over fans at York Hall come 14th April.
“I know the fans are going to enjoy my fight, I have an aggressive style,” he said.
“I’ve got the height, I’ve got the speed and I come to fight. I’ll look to take it to my opponent.
“I’m a banger who has the technique to match, I like to work everything off of the jab.
The south west Londoner was a relative late comer to the sport, however he is confident that he has made the decision to turnover at the right time.
“I had just under 50 fights as am amateur in that time I was a Haringey Cup Junior Champion, the Novice London Champion and an England finalist.
“I spoke to my coach Adam Martin, I’ve always had a good rapport with him so it just felt like it was the right time to turnover.”