Queensbury Southern Area Lightweight champion Danny Parsons say’s he will be leaving nothing to chance during his preparations to take on Croydon’s Tony Clemmey in the first defence of his title later this month on the huge end of season finale Edge Of Greatness.
The nineteen year old from Kingston announced his arrival in the UK’s premier boxing league back in September by claiming the vacant title with a heroic display against Dagenham’s Craig Hardy which has since featured several times on British Eurosport, and Parsons believes he will be in the shape of his life for his November 24th showdown with Clemmey when the pair meet at the Effingham Park Hotel near Crawley in West Sussex.
“Winning the title was an amazing experience for me and the response from friends and family has been fantastic, and after taking a week off after the fight I’ve been back in the gym and training for this next fight like a challenger so I’ll be bringing the title back to Kingston again, declared Parsons.
“I’ve seen Clemmey box on two occasions in the league and the first time he was very aggressive and came to fight, and on the undercard of my title win he boxed a bit more against Dave Mirga, so I’m preparing for all different scenarios and what ever he brings to this fight won’t matter to me as I’m going to be ready for it”
“I think the outcome of this fight will all depend on how Tony comes out for it, he’s shown he has power and he’s also shown that he can box as well, but like last time I’m 100% confident I will have all the answers on the night of the fight and will still be the champion after that final bell has sounded.
The event titled Edge Of Greatness will be the league’s final night of boxing during their 2012 season of action, and with British Eurosport on hand once more to record the action from the bumper fourteen fight card, boxing fans can look forward to an early Christmas cracker with some of the league’s biggest stars appearing alongside Parsons on the bill.