James Fryers and Paul Hyland jnr have been seeing at close hand what shape James Tennyson is in for his British showdown on April 30.
Fryers and Hyland jnr have been sparring with featherweight Tennyson before he attempts to take the British belt away from Ryan Walsh at the Copper Box in London.
Tennyson has impressed so far and super-featherweight Fryers believes his stablemate will get the job done.
“He is looking very sharp and he is so strong for the weight.
“He seems to be getting stronger the closer he gets to the fight. Usually you lose some of your punching power when it close to the fight because of the weight you lose - but he is very strong in there,” added Fryers.
And lightweight Hyland jnr agrees with Fryers.
“He is very sharp at the minute and he is boxing very well.
“James is very strong for the weight and I see him beating Walsh in London,” he added.