New QBL Light Middleweight Alex Bellingham says he is fully focussed on this weekends big debut in the UK’s premier boxing league, as he prepares to lace the gloves back on and resume his career.
Bellingham, 22 from Orpington in Kent will face English based Pole Kaspar Dudzinski on the undercard of the league's big History In The Making show taking place this Saturday night at the Copthorne Effingham Park Hotel near Gatwick airport, and the former amateur boxer is hungry to become a major star in the Light Middleweight division.
Training out of the Keddles gym in St Mary Cray, the young prospect is no stranger to boxing success after enjoying plenty of victories in the unpaid ranks, and Bellingham has set his sights on becoming a genuine force in the QBL light middleweight division starting with a win on Saturday night.
“ I won gold at the Box Cup in London and had a good run in the amateurs, but I wasn’t very active which is why I decided to move on and make a name for myself in the Queensbury league, said Bellingham.
“I’ve followed the show on TV and watched plenty of fights, and from what I can see it looks like the busy active boxers do really well, and I’m very confident I can do the same”
“ Since the start of the year I have been in the gym training hard waiting for an opportunity to box, and since I got the call a few weeks back my focus has completely changed”
“ In the build up to this fight everything is now focussed on training, eating right and making sure I’m in the best possible shape, and my ultimate goal is to win titles down the line and eventually turn professional in the competition”
Bellingham’s debut against Dudzinski will take place on Saturday June 18th at the Copthorne Effingham Park Hotel in West Sussex, and for more information log on to www.queensburyboxing.