Q: When and why you started boxing:
A: I started boxing because I was getting into fights when I was a kid, so I thought I might as well use my aggression in a positive way. I went to the Everton Red Triangle gym when I was 10 years old and just fell in love with the sport. I had my first bout when I was 11.
Q: Favourite all-time fighter:
A: Hard one, that. I’d have to say Mike Tyson.
Q: Best fight you’ve seen:
A: Probably the first Arturo Gatti-Micky Ward fight.
Q: Personal career highlight:
A: My best achievements so far have come in the amateurs, where I won five national titles.
Q: Toughest opponent:
A: I’ve had a few hard fights, so it wouldn’t be fair to name just one.
Q: Best and worst attributes as a boxer:
A: I’d say that my main strength is my boxing brain and IQ. As for weaknesses, I’d like to think that I haven’t got any!
Q: Training tip:
A: Train hard and stay dedicated.
Q: Favourite meal/restaurant:
A: A steak from Miller & Carter would be my favourite meal.
Q: Best friends in boxing:
A: There are no friends in boxing, lad!
Q: Other sportsman you would like to be:
A: I don’t like football, but I’d like to earn the money they get! I think I’d rather be a snooker player above anything else.
Q: Last film/TV show you saw:
A: I’ve been watching Peaky Blinders recently.
Q: Who would play you in a film of your life:
A: Tom Hardy would be my choice.
Q: Have you ever been starstruck:
A: When I met Sugar Ray Leonard. He came to visit the gym a couple of years ago.
Q: Last time you cried:
A: I think it was when my goldfish Freddie died!
Q: Best advice received:
A: Always be true to yourself.
Q: Worst rumour about yourself:
A: I haven’t heard anything yet!
Q: Something not many people know about you:
A: I’ve stopped all five of my opponents in the pros so far.
Nickname: n/a Height: 5ft 4ins
Record: 5-0 (5)
Next fight: Cain is slated to appear on the Lyndon Arthur-Dec Spelman undercard in Stratford this Friday (July 31).