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Victory a foregone conclusion say's Cannon

Queensbury Boxing League - Victory a foregone conclusion say's Cannon

Queensbury regional light middleweight champion Lee Cannon say’s he has left nothing to chance during his training this time around as he prepares to defend his title on November 4th.

The popular 31-year old from Mitcham will headline the Queensbury Boxing League’s 2017 season finale facing Croydon challenger Steve Albone in a sizzling local derby for the coveted belt.

It will be Cannon’s first title defence since claiming the belt back in the summer with an impressive victory over old rival Jimmy Haughney at the famous Epsom Downs Racecourse, and the champion has left no stone unturned during his grueling preparations.

“ Training is going really well and I’ve been splitting my time between my boxing training down at Like 2 Box in Redhill and Surrey Strength & Conditioning in Caterham to make sure I’m in the best shape of my career, said Cannon.

“ I’ve watched some of Steve’s previous fights and he’s a come forward fighter and a hard fella”

“ He’s like a bull in a china shop when he fights which means I won’t have to waste my energy hunting him down like I normally do with my opponents”

Outside of boxing Cannon has carved out a successful business career and is set to publish his first book giving people an insight into the power of positive thinking, and the Mitcham man believes he has already seen in his mind how the fight against Albone will go, and that victory is a foregone conclusion.

“I’m a massive believer in the law of attraction and that’s one of the reasons I know I’m walking away with my belt on November 4th, continued Cannon.

“When I won the title against Haughney I wasn’t that hungry but I knew I was going to win, and I’ve been guilty in the past against other rivals such as Tony Ayinde and Kane Baker of not having that all-out desire to win”

“For Albone I’m the hungriest I have ever been for a fight and it’s now time to show people what I can really do when I’m focused like this”

Cannon versus Albone headlines an explosive night of Queensbury Boxing at the Copthorne Effingham Park Hotel on Saturday November 4th. For further information on the event call the box office on 0203 751 8599.

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