Jack Ewbank is hoping to overcome some demons when he returns to York Hall next week for his second professional fight.
Ewbank (1-0) takes on Dylan Draper at the iconic boxing venue on February 22, returning to the location where he lost in a National Final as an amateur. With that in mind, he’s hoping to right the wrongs from that occasion.
Ewbank said: “Last time I fought there I lost in a National Final, so it’s payback time. It’s been a dream of mine to go back there and undo what happened, so I’m ready to go and get the win.
“I’m buzzing to get out there and do the business. I’ve had a bit of a lay off since my last fight in September, and training has been going really well.
“I’ve had some good sparring which has brought be on loads. The build up has felt a lot more natural than my debut, as we’re into a routine now. We know what we’re doing and know how to peak right.
“I felt comfortable in my debut and stuck to my boxing and kept well on top of things. Everyone was over the moon who came and watched, and hopefully I’ll bring a big crowd again.”
The event at York Hall is live on iFL TV, and features a WBO European welterweight title fight between Paddy Gallagher and Freddy Kiwitt in the main event.
There are also a number of talented stars competing on the undercard, including Dan Azeez, Danny Dignum, Siar Ozgul, Liam Wells and Huzaifah Iqbal.
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