Myles Cash looking to put in another knockout display

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Hemel Hempstead boxer Myles Cash is looking to maintain his 100 per cent record as a professional when he takes to the ring in at York Hall next month.

Cash, 20, has won his first two contests and powered his way to a first round knockout last time out.

And St Albans Boxing Club member Cash says he has continued to train hard and is raring to go for his next bout.

“To be honest I’m just hoping for the same again because everything went really well last time,” said Cash.

“I’ve been training hard and I’ve got good support behind me.”

Super-middleweight Cash is still waiting for his opponent to be confirmed for the fight on Saturday, November 16, with this expected to be announced in the next couple of weeks.

Until then, Cash says he will be continuing to train hard with coach James Paisley, who has worked with him ever since he started boxing/

“He does a lot of speed and technique work with me,” said Cash. “It’s working really well because he has been with me since I first started.”