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Andre Winner is the latest MMA fighter who’s set for a switch to professional boxing.

Winner showed solid boxing skills and a terrific chin – he was never knocked out – while competing in the UFC and BAMMA and at 35, he reckons he has a couple of years to make an impact in the ring.

He has been training with Ajmal ‘Hudge’ Butt alongside WBO European super-featherweight champion Lyon Woodstock jr at the Leicester Unity gym and hopes to make his debut next year, possibly in February or March.

Given Butt’s connections with Jason McClory, Frank Warren’s matchmaker, there’s a chance Winner could be fighting on BT Sport, provided the British Boxing Board of Control grant him his license.

Winner plans to campaign at super-welterweight and says a switch to boxing has been on the cards for a while.

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