Welterweight Louis Adolphe is ready to put on a show when he fights on British Warriors’ ‘The Takeover’ card in Carshalton on Friday evening.
The 25-year-old’s reputation has been growing recently since he was invited to spar with Conor McGregor and his increased profile has seen the unbeaten boxer get a place on the undercard on the World Boxing Super Series George Groves v Jamie Cox show.
A former Team GB squad member and an ABA Champion, Adolphe is confident that he is going to impress his new found fans when he returns to the ring later this week.
After another explosive training session with coach Adam Martin, the Wimbledon resident said he feels the best he has ever felt going into a professional contest.
“I feel in great form. I’ve been training hard and my mind is clear of any interruptions,” he said.
“I’ve been taking a new approach with my training. I’m extremely confident going into this fight.
“If you haven’t seen me in action, I’ve got an elite level boxing brain with explosive speed and power to match.
“I’m truly grateful for the new fans that have been taking notice of me recently. Come Friday you’re going to see Louis Adolphe 2.0”