Super Middleweight Rossco Parker believes his next fight on the league's Quest For Glory promotion later this month will be another tough assignment as he looks towards securing a crack at title glory.
The thirty six year police worker from Lewisham was last in action back in June when he was involved in a thrilling battle with Manchester’s teak tough Dean Whitby, and after emerging victorious after three gruelling rounds of boxing, Parker has now targeted a shot at old rival Sam Holloway if he can get past his next opponent on the 22nd of September at the Epsom Downs Racecourse in Surrey.
Standing in the way of Parker securing his dream showdown with Ramsgate’s Holloway will be talented Manchester exponent James Higgy, and after sharing the ring with Higgy’s stable mate Whitby last time out, Parker is under no illusions that he is in for a tough night at the office when the pair lock horns.
“My last fight with Whitby was a hard hard fight, and in my eyes Higgy is a better fighter so this is not going to be an easy ride, commented Parker.
“After seeing footage of James in some of his previous bouts he looks technically sound and like Whitby he’s a tough lad, so there have been a number of things that I’ve been working on during training with my fitness coach Lady Raja that I hope will pay off in the fight.
“At the end of the day there are no easy fight out there in the Queensbury Boxing League for me, but I like that. I want to be involved in exciting fights that the league’s fans can enjoy, and I think this one will not disappoint when we get in there on the night”
Parker versus Higgy is just one of the fantastic contests featuring on the packed fourteen bout line up, and to see Parker's last bout against Manchester's Dean Whitby CLICK HERE