Super welterweight Adrian Martin is looking to add to his growing reputation after an impressive 2017 already.

The Ingatestone boxer has won two in two outings with his last performance coming within the distance for the International Challenge Belt.

And the 25-year-old is confident that with the guidance of coach Joe Taylor and manager Steve Goodwin he can fulfill his potential.

He said: “It’s geat having Joe and Steve, as a team we are all on the same wavelength and no what we need to do.

“I’m back out on the MTK show in Brentwood on 7th October and then we will look to start mounting challenges for Southern Area and beyond next year.

“Everything outside of the ring and the team I have around me is great, I just need to keep working hard in the gym.”

The former Business student is taking his training seriously in preparation for his October bout after being invited down to the Matchroom Elite gym for sparring. 

“I’ve had some good battles in there with the likes of Ted Cheeseman and Conor Benn, it can only help improve you as a fighter.

“I like to keep all my sparring varied, I get some good round in with another Goodwin fight Tom Ansell and my close friend Tey Lynn Jones.

“It’s all about seeing how many styles you can put yourself against and test yourself.

“This can all only help with my goal and hopefully towards the end of 2018 I can really start to make my mark.” Martin added. 

He can be found on Twitter as @1AdrianMartin and can be contacted through his Facebook or Twitter for tickets.

(Image source and credit: Adrian Martin Twitter)