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  • Writer's pictureDexter Hastings

Quartermaine gets spot on Boxxer Show

Warwick-born twenty-five-year-old Danny Quatermaine has been given a spot on the Boxxer promotion show on the 6th May. The Talented fight will be on the undercard of the Buatsi Vs Stepien which will be held at the Genting Arena Birmingham and will be aired live on sky sports.

Quartermaine has had eight contests in total and has won them all with his last fight being on the Tommy Owens Promotions show in Coventry in March of this year. The contest has been scheduled over four or could be moved to six rounds and his opponent has not been named yet but I have it in good faith that it is a Mexican.

I managed to catch up with the slick talented boxer and asked him how

he felt about being on such a big show. He told me “I feel privileged to have this opportunity

to showcase what I can produce in the ring in front of such a big crowd, but also to show them the big following I have”.

Quartermaine continued “I’m fighting a game fighter from Mexico, fought other top prospects such a Macaulay Owen and Ryan garner, other I’m fighting at super featherweight. It’s a 4 rounder but hopefully, we can push it for a 6-rounder depending on the fight schedule”.

I then asked him how his training was going for this fight?

He told me “Training is in full flow, I am one of them fighters that train all year round and also waiting to get a chance to fight on big shows I have had to be ready just in case I got a last-minute call up”.

My final question to this talented boxer was, if you win this contest what would you like to do next? He said confidently “When I win, I’d like to push for titles for sure, I think I now need those sorts of fights and I’m ready for them”. I then asked if he was looking at the Midlands area or bigger? He replied, “Whatever route my coach and manager decide, but if not the Midlands or definitely bigger titles”!

Dexter’s Thoughts

Like most of the Midland fighters on this show, I have followed and written about Danny’s career from the start. He is one of the eye-catching prospects who always has put on a great display in all eight of his fights. I have no doubt he will be victorious on 6th May and I’m sure his massive following will be there cheering him on. Out of all the up-and-coming fighters out there, I can see Quartermaine reaching at least British standard in the next few years and more than likely going way beyond that level. I look forward to seeing this talented fighter shine on the big stage.


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