Novice Welterweight champion Anthony Ayinde say’s he will make old rival Ashley Dansie wish he’d never fought him again, as the duo prepare for their final meeting on the undercard of the 2015 season opener on February 7th.
The 23-year old champion from Kingston will make the second defence his title against Redhill’s Dansie at the Millennium Effingham Park Hotel in West Sussex, and Ayinde has promised to go head to head with Dansie and finish their trilogy with an emphatic victory as he targets more titles in 2015.
Ayinde has established himself as one to watch over the last 12 months after capturing the title with a hard fought win over Dansie back in September during season 4 of the show, and the Kinston pugilist say’s he knows exactly what to do against Dansie this time out to make it an easy nights work for him.
Talking ahead of the showdown early next month the champion sounded in bullish mood saying: “ On February 7th I’m going to make Ashley Dansie wish he’d never taken this fight, and I’m going to prove to everyone watching in that arena that I’m the better fighter and deserve to be where I am.
"After boxing Ashley twice now I’ve learnt a lot about how he likes to fight, and he’s a strong fighter coming forward but he’s definitely does not like it when he’s pushed backward” “
"For this fight I’m looking at going head to head with him in the ring and I’ll be the one pushing him back, and this time out you are going to see a far more dangerous fighter who will take his opportunity to finish the contest when that chance comes.
With Regional champion ID Hill already a target for the young contender if he can produce another victory, there will be plenty at stake for both fighters on the stacked night of championship action.
" Boxing is my life and as I've said before nobody is taking this title away from me. I want to take all the belts in this division and beating Dansie again is the perfect way to continue my rise in the competition.
Ayinde's second title defence will feature on the undercard of the Rise Of The Warriors promotion headlined by the National Middleweight title showdown between old rivals John Hefford and champion Daniel Spencer.