Conrad Cummings will make his professional debut this weekend as he faces Andrejs Loginovs at the York Hall in Bethnal Green.
The talented middleweight has been training under the watchful eye of trainer Shame McGuigan in the past few weeks.
And Cummings has also been training beside Carl Frampton as he prepares to make his professional bow.
Cummings excelled as an amateur but he is now looking forward to starting out on his professional adventure.
“I am really looking forward to it and it will get my first professional fight under my belt.
“Traing and preparation is going really well and I feel fit and strong going into the fight.
“Training under Shane has been great and to train beside Carl Frampton is a great for me.
“Carl trains really hard and training b eside him as brought me on loads. I am learning and improving all the time,” he added.
After Saturday night’s outing in London, Cummings will then ne looking forward to April 4 and fighting on the undercard of Frampton’s Final Eliminator for the WBC World title at the Odyssey.
“It will be great to take to the ring on such a big bill. The atmosphere for Carl’s fights are second to none and I cannot wait to get in there. But at this minute in time I am totally focused on Loginovs and fighting at the York Hall.
“After that I will think about the Odyssey.”