After a straight first five wins in his professional career, Sanquhar’s Rhys Pagan feels the time is right for him to move to six rounds, with his next pencilled bout on June 28th at Cleland Miners Club.

“I have had my first fights at the four round distance, now I am glad to be moving up to six. I am in no rush as I am still only 19. At this stage I am savouring every minute of every round to make sure I get the best in ring education.

The undefeated Welterweight is currently scheduled to fight over the six round distance for the first time, and Pagan takes the extra training in his stride “The training means more pad work, more sparring and more road work. This keeps me ticking over and ready to push my opponent hard to pick up the win.

He adds “I will train for the rounds and look forward to getting back to the ring on June 28th. It will have been just over three months since my last fight so it will be good to get the fight on. Its a competitive division and we will use this fight to build up a title shot at the end of the year or next year, however I am not in any rush.

He adds “We should be getting confirmation of our next opponent soon, but I know my manager Paul is looking at a few different options.

Prospect Boxing present an evening of Professional Boxing the pro debut of Martin McCord and the return of trio Sean Watson, Rhys Pagan and Mark Parvin in a four fight card at the Cleland Miners Welfare Club on Friday June 28th.

Tickets priced £35 are available from the boxers or by calling 01698 338 888 or from the fighters direct

Further information available from www.prospectboxing.co.uk or www.facebook.com/ProspectBoxing or via twitter @ProspectBoxing

[sam id=”17″ codes=”true”]