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UPCOMING INFO : Brian Rose vs Max Maxwell
COMPETITION NAME : 2012
COMPETITOR : Brian vs Max
DATE : Saturday, 31Th,Mar,2012
TIME/WHEN START : 06:00 PM [ET] - 09:00 PM [ET]
VENUE : Blackpool, England
STATUS : LIVE ON
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"Rose vs Maxwell" Story Line :-
LIVEFIGHT was lucky to catch a word with reigning British light-middleweight champion Brian Rose ahead of his rematch with Max Maxwell on March 31. The Blackpool stylist makes the first defence of his recently-acquired domestic belt against a man who holds a six-round knockout victory over him. The loss came at a tough time in Rose’s career; the fight came just months after 26-year-old Rose’s traumatic bout with Jason Rushton. Rushton was rushed to hospital and went into a coma after being stopped in the last round.
Brian, now 18-1-1 (5), has come back well from his sole-defeat; he won the English belt against Lee Noble, stopped previously unbeaten Martin Walsh before turning in a boxing master-class to dominate Prince Aaron to lift the British belt. Most neutral observers didn’t give the challenger a shot against the in-form Aaron but Rose put on the performance of his career to comfortably out-box the champion.
Here’s what the 6ft champion had to say-
LF) Hey Brian, how’s training going?
BR) It’s going really well. I came up to Manchester a few weeks ago, I’ve based myself here full time for this fight. There are no distractions here so I can just concentrate on training.
LF) Not many gave you much of a shot at dethroning Aaron for the British belt; were you surprised at how easily you won that fight?
BR) No, I wasn’t surprised. I’d sparred Aaron in the past, I knew it was just a case of getting the tactics right. I knew if I got those tactics right I would be in total control of the fight.
LF) One of the judges scored for Aaron (making it a split decision); that seemed a bit strange?
BR) How that judge scored for him I’ll never know. I thought I only lost a couple of rounds and maybe drew a couple more.
LF) You fight Birmingham’s Max Maxwell next. It was a fight you wanted as your first defence. Was it always your intention to win the British belt before avenging your only loss?
BR) Well it never made any sense fighting him again in a six or eight rounder; it’d be like going old ground for no reason. Now I’ve won the British title, I can make a voluntary defence so it’s the right time now. My manager and trainer pick my fights but I was keen on fighting Maxwell again.
LF) Did you see Max Maxwell’s one-round loss to Tom Doran last year?
BR) Yeah it was stopped too quickly; bad refereeing. Maxwell had Doran all over the place but as soon as Doran hit him it was waved off.
LF) What do you feel will be different in this rematch between you and Maxwell?
BR) I’ll be mentally stronger. The last fight I just wasn’t mentally right after my fight with Jason Rushton (when he went into a coma). I took about nine months out after that fight and then got knocked out by Maxwell, it was obvious I wasn’t right in there. Anyway I knew I needed to sort myself out before I could get back in the ring so I went to a psychologist to get my head right. It really helped talking about it and my worries. I came back with a six-rounder and was nervous for that one but since then I’ve felt back to normal again. This time I’ll be mentally prepared for Max Maxwell.
LF) Would you be willing to offer a prediction to the fight?
BR) I never like to predict my fights as I feel it’s disrespectful to my opponents but I think I’ll box Maxwell’s head off. I’m levels above him and I’ll show that I’m worthy of my British title and to be called the champion.
LF) Let’s say you get past Maxwell, what kind of fights are you looking at afterwards this year?
BR) Matthew Hall and Sam Webb are fighting an eliminator soon so it’ll be one of those too more than likely. You never know what’s going to happen, Erick Ochieng has just beaten Nick Quigley and that could be a fight that’s made soon. There’s a lot of talent in the UK light-middleweight division and a lot of good potential fights to be made.
LF) Your division is probably the best domestically around right now?
BR) Yeah it’s wide open; there’s me, Aaron, Webb, Bradley Pryce and Hall. It’s a red-hot division and it gives me extra motivation to train hard and keep focussed. It’s going to be hard to keep hold of this British title, I need to give every fight from now on 100%.