Brian Rose's training is tough and punishing as he prepares for the biggest fight of his life against American Demetrius Andrade for the WBO title in New York.
To reach the top the man, nicknamed 'the lion', has had to make his sacrifices. Moving from his home on the Fylde coast to train with Bobby Rimmer at Ricky Hatton's old gym in Denton in Manchester meant spending long periods living away from his family and his son Oscar.
Life could have been very different for Brian who walked away from the sport in 2009 after his opponent Jason Rushton suffered a serious brain injury during their fight.
Brian said: "He was in a coma for a week or so. It wasn't nice. It was the lowest point of my career. I quit. I quit for three or four months then Bobby convinced me to go to a psychologist and said 'is it worth throwing away all those years of hard work through one thing which was serious but wasn't my fault?'
"So I went to see a psychologist and step by step they've got my head around the fact that it wasn't my fault. It's boxing and in boxing that can happen."
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Brian hopes to give his supporters the ride of their lives when he roars to victory on June 14th.