Moore defends his Southern Area lightweight title at the Mountbatten Centre tomorrow night – and the Fareham crowd-pleaser says Friday night’s all right for fighting.
Moore meets Adam Dingsdale in a make-or-break scrap and said: “I’m glad the fight’s on a Friday night.
“It means I can enjoy Saturday by having a few beers and a Chinese with my girlfriend and then have a carvery when I get up on Sunday.
“It’s going to be a good weekend.”
Moore and Dingsdale know each other well having boxed when they were amateurs.
Dingsdale was a narrow points winner – and Moore says he will win the rematch by knock out.
“It was a good fight when we boxed in the amateurs,” said the 23 year-old, “and it will be a good fight again.
“People always under estimate me, but if I beat Dingsdale people will start to take notice – especially if I knock him out.
“And I think I will knock him out!
“I’m a big puncher and there’s no way he’s going to run away from me for 10 rounds.
“I’ve sold a lot of tickets and everyone is going to get value for money.”
Moore says his preparations have been perfect for the biggest fight of his exciting ring career.
He’s been training full time after taking a couple of weeks off work and moving in with coach Michael Ballingall.
Moore said: “I’m either training or watching ‘Breaking Bad !’
“I’ve boxed Adam, watched him fight and I’ve had the right sparring.
“I can’t wait to get in the ring.”
Also on the show, Garry Neale, Chris Hobbs, Eli Green and Ryan Davies look to extend their unbeaten records and John Weeks makes his professional debut.
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