Light-Heavyweight Miles Shinkwin admits his last performance against Joel McIntyre for the English title was one of the worst of his career.

The former Junior Olympian lost a unanimous decision back in December of 2016 and the result has made him ring the changes as he prepares to make another assault on the domestic scene.

Now with a new trainer, fitness coach and even manager, the Bushey-born star is hopeful of showing his fans some improvements when he is back in action next weekend.

He said: “I’ve moved down to train with Don Charles now who has some other light-heavyweights in the camp which is great for sparring. 

“After my last performance I just felt that I need to change so I have resigned as a manager with Steve Goodwin who has a very good track record.

“We’ve changed everything even down to the amount of running and my strength coaches. I recently had the birth of my daughter in March so the extra time has allowed for my coach and I to gel some more. 

“I wasn’t happy with my performance against McIntyre, it was one of my worst from myself either pro or amateur. 

“Maybe you could have said there was a chance of getting the decision which we thought but we ultimately paid the price for losing the purse bids.” 

Miles fights on Steve Goodwin’s ‘Date with Destiny’ on Saturday. Tickets can still be bought directly from him and he can be reached on all social platforms as @MilesShinkwin.

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