Boxers | Issue | Premium | Jun 21 2019

60 second interview: Lewis Van Poetsch

Paul Wheeler talks to Lewis Van Poetsch, a cult hero on the British boxing scene
Lewis van Poetsch
Action Images/Matthew Childs

When and why you started boxing:
I went to watch my mate, Chris Higgs, box Luke Campbell in the Junior ABA final up in Huddersfield in 2005. I loved the atmosphere, so I decided to give it a go.

Favourite all-time fighter:
Ricky Hatton. He’s a good bloke and I loved the way he fought on the inside.

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