Debut Corner with Bryn Wain

Published On Wednesday, June 17, 2015By British Boxing News
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Debut Corner with Bryn 'The Bruiser' Wain

Yeovil light-heavyweight, Bryn 'The Bruiser' Wain has already confidently told his local rag, The Western Gazette, to expect 'fireworks' in professional debut against Lewis Van Poetsch on June 26th in Swindon.

BBN caught up with the young starlet and here's what he had to say...

What made you want to start boxing? "I liked to fight and wanted to show people what I could do. I did a bit as a young boy, I got in to fights at school so my dad got me a boxing ball and I just used to punch for hours but I started at the gym aged 13 and now I am 18, I'm a full time pro."

Who was your boxing hero growing up and why? "Roberto Duran, he showed guts and heart and I like that he was a fighter like me."

How old were you when you had your first fight and how did you do? "I had my first fight at 15 and won (UD) with a lad with real guts."

How well did you do in the amateurs? "Good to start with but got set up a lot! I was fighting really good guys every weekend, guys that where a lot better then me, at the time."

What made you decide to turn pro? "It was just the right time for me."

What sort of fighting style do you have? "I like to come forward , to-to-toe, I don't like to mess about."

What ambitions do you have for your pro career?  "Big titles! I want to go far. I'm not in this just to lose and get paid for that."

When is your first fight and who will be there in support? "My first pro fight is on the 27th June and I cant wait! I'm feeling fit and good, there's going to be a show!"

Any message for the fans? "Yes, thanks for the support everyone, you're in my hearts and I won't forget that. It's the fans that drive me to win, love you all."

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