When and why you started boxing:
I started boxing at about six years old because my two older brothers [Danny and Alan Price] were in the sport already. Before I’d even started they were national champions and England reps.
Favourite all-time fighter:
Best fight you’ve seen:
I have a few favourites, but Graham Earl against Michael Katsidis probably tops the list. I remember watching it on TV.
Personal career highlight:
Winning seven national titles [pictured] and representing my country as an amateur. Joining Team GB was a massive achievement, too.
In the amateurs, I twice boxed 2016 Olympic silver medallist Lorenzo Sotomayor – great fighter. In the pros, Rhys Saunders was crazy tough [w pts 6 – December 2018].
Best and worst attributes as a boxer:
I have very quick hands, so I can get a lot of combos off. My weakness is that I like to get involved in a firefight sometimes. I should just stick to my boxing, but I lose my head a bit.
It can be tough, but if you keep your head down and train hard then you’ll achieve your goals.
I love a Nando’s. It’s always my first meal after a weigh-in.
Best friends in boxing:
My best friends are my team and the people I have in camp with me. The lads you see in the gym everyday become like family to you.
Other sportsman you would like to be:
Definitely a golfer. It’s an absolute no-brainer! You can travel the world, play golf in the sun and get paid for it.
Last film/TV show you saw:
Rocky III. It’s a great movie. Whenever I watch the Rocky films they really motivate me and give me a buzz to be a fighter.
Who would play you in a film of your life:
Tom Hardy because he’s a great actor.
Have you ever been starstruck:
I haven’t been yet. Who knows, it could happen one day!
Last time you cried:
The day my daughter was born.
Best advice received:
If you keep your head down and stick to your goals then you’ll get to the top.
Worst rumour about yourself:
I haven’t heard any to be fair. Not yet anyway!