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He says the 38 year old will campaign at cruiserweight – and admits the ex-Manchester United and England star had to convince him to train him.

“When I was first asked to train a professional footballer I said: ‘No,’” said Woodhall. “I was wasn’t interested. It sounded like a gimmick, but (sponsors) Betfair were very persistent and when they told me it was Rio, I was interested.

“I always admired him as a footballer and he has that mental toughness.

“I agreed to meet him and he convinced me to train him.

“He was telling me that he grew up in Peckham and it was hard.

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