SUPER featherweight Scott Jenkins is chasing his fourth straight win as a professional against Glyn Rhodes-trained Hungarian Adrian Fuzesi tomorrow.
The Intake, Sheffield super-featherweight said: “I can remember Glyn telling me a while back that Adrian was a decent prospect and it’s good to be fighting somebody who’s not coming to make up the numbers. I’m bigger than him and the favourite. But he’s got more experience so it should be a good fight.”
Jenkins, who has been sparring with lightweight step-brother Jamie Sampson ahead of this fight, is keen to box regularly this year and is delighted with the management he’s getting from Richard Poxon.
“Hatton Promotions in general are doing great for myself and Adam Etches,” he said.
“In the pipeline we should have fights in April, June and July and that’s all we can ask for because we want to keep busy.”
In an addition to the original card, super-middleweight Patrick Mendy will fight former Commonwealth champion Bradley Pryce.