17th June 2011
But DeGale who admits to maybe being too disrespectful and raw towards his rival Groves in the fight build-up, told SkySports that he is still on a mission to realise his potential, evaluate his attitude and future conduct and insist he is still going all the way in boxing and will stick with McDonnell.
|DeGale training kids at a London gym this week|
“I read a lot of things on the Internet, in the papers, saying Ive got to move to America, Ive got to change my trainer.” said DeGale.
“I’m not going to lie, a lot of people have said I should change trainer,” said DeGale. “I keep on reading ‘change your trainer’. Why, though? He’s technically very, very good and I’m super fit.
“I know that in this business loyalty doesn’t come into it, it’s my career.
“But I’m not going to change because he’s brought me on this far and, if it weren’t for him, I wouldn’t be in this position.”
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