Welterweight Sajid Abid has spoken refreshingly on his target and aspirations in the sport as he looks to move himself into title contention in 2019.

The 24-year-old currently sits with an immaculate record of six fights and six wins since his debut against Angel Emilov where he walked out with Heavyweight superstar Tyson Fury.

The unbeaten prospect boxes out of Derby with a coaching team that includes his Uncle and respected domestic boxing man Kevin Campion of Goodwin Boxing.

And the youngster, admits that he may have his limitations in the sport, but he is going to enjoy the ride in the meantime.

“If I am honest, I dont know how far I am going to go, when you walk out with Tyson Fury you think you are going to be a world champion!” he states.

“But you don’t really know, now as I have matured as a fighter and now I realise boxing is about levels and it’s all about taking it one fight at a time.

“My management team at Goodwin Boxing and Steve Goodwin are brilliant too, they plan and map everything out so it’s easier to break things down and see where you are going.

“No one stops progressing by choice, I believe in myself and my team believe in my so I see no reason why I cant win an area or national title.

“The big difference now for me is I question everything. I look at my training camp, the fight head, did I do myself justice? Did I make my supporters and sponsors proud?

“As long as I keep striving to improve in the gym, keep giving everything I’ve got in every session, then I am simply excited to see where this journey goes.
By The Boxing Kid


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