After suffering back to back defeats in the league at the end of 2011 it would be easy to understand if Redhill's Ben Davies decided to take a break from his pursuit of fistic violence and take stock of his shortcomings in his previous two outings, but on Saturday February 18th Davies will jump straight back on the horse and attempt to reverse his run of defeats and secure a rematch with the man who handed him his second stinging loss.
For Davies the mistakes of that cold night in November when he was stopped by Ramsgate's Stevie Little with barely a minute and a half gone in the opening round are all to vivid, but the likable twenty three year old knows where his game plan unravelled and what he needs to do to get himself back on track.
"For my fight against Little I turned up way too confident and before I even entered the ring I felt I was playing to the crowd and didn't have my fight head on at all"
"Since that fight I have been back in the gym and training really hard and what I need to do now on the 18th is show all of the people that have come to support me that I can get in there and start winning these fights again and that's exactly what I'm planning on doing"
The man tasked with facing Davies at the first Challenger Fight Night will be London's Guiliano Crispini who will be making his competitive debut at the event, but after watching Davies last two bouts will be confident he can become the third man to defeat him.
But with Davies going back to his boxing and looking to secure a return with Little there will be more than enough incentive for him to produce the performance of his short career.
Tickets for the Challenger event are available priced at £30 for the standard seats and there are a limited number of the £40 ringside seats still available to for further information call the league on 07547 022 244