‘Supreme’ Junior Witter aims to outwit Frankie Gavin

New link up: Gavin King, from Drinkbe, left, Junior Witter and the manager of the Sweatshop store in Meadowhall.     Picture: Steve parkin
New link up: Gavin King, from Drinkbe, left, Junior Witter and the manager of the Sweatshop store in Meadowhall. Picture: Steve parkin
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HE MIGHT be entering the twilight of his career but Junior Witter is determined to stay in supreme shape.

Ahead of his forthcoming British welterweight title meeting with Frankie Gavin, Sheffield’s former WBC king has altered his preparation.

The 38-year-old boxer said: “I have linked up with Gareth King from Drinkbe.com who has developed a recovery drink called BeSupreme which has been backed by a study compiled by Nottingham University as to its effectiveness.”

lan Ruddock, Msc Technical Officer for Physiology at Sheffield Hallam University, said: “The fighters we have tested from the Ingle Gym have a remarkable level of fitness when tested against our intermittent bleep test and Junior is right up there with best.”

Witter added: “I feel rejuvenated. I intend to be supreme and take Gavin out in style.”