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“The chance to prove myself in a new sport was a real draw,” said Ferdinand to The Guardian.

The former pro footballer will be trained by ex WBC super middleweight champion Richie Woodhall.

Ferdinand’s venture into professional boxing is being put together by Betfair and he believes this is an opportunity for him to show people ‘what’s possible’.

“Boxing is an amazing sport for the mind and the body. I have always had a passion for it and this challenge is the perfect opportunity to show people what’s possible. It’s a challenge I’m not taking lightly, clearly not everyone can become a professional boxer, but with the team of experts Betfair are putting together and the drive I have to succeed, anything is possible.”

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