Young has “no doubt” he will beat Morris

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Swindon boxer Kelvin Young is in confident mood ahead of his Southern Area light heavyweight title shot against Jack Morris next Saturday.

Young says teaming up with new trainer Liam Wilkins has given him a new lease of life within the sport and he expects to produce one of the best performances of his career on July 16th at York Hall.

Despite his new-found confidence Young refused to take Morris lightly although he believes his height and speed advantage will prove crucial on fight night.

Young also told Your Sport Swindon that he was close to quitting the sport following his first round defeat against Leon Mckenzie earlier this year.

A few months down the line however, Young is now focused on winning the Southern Area title before setting his sights on a potential English title shot.

Click on the video below to watch Young’s interview with Your Sport Swindon.

Young’s fight against Morris takes place at York Hall on Saturday, July 16th and looks set to be top of the bill at the Goodwin Promotions event.

Also fighting on the packed bill is Swindon’s Luke Watkins, who takes on Lithuanian Dmitrij Kalinovskij and stablemate Sam Smith, who faces Hungarian David Sipos.

Watkins will be looing for a ninth career win at cruiserweight while Smith chases his third pro victory at light heavyweight.