Prince Arron is getting ready to return to action

British champion Prince Arron is very eager to return to contention for a title after being out of the ring for a long timePrince Arron is very eager to return to contention for a title after being out of the ring for a long time, and sportsbook software services also want to see the fighter back in action – hopefully as soon as possible.

An injury to the shoulder sent the ex-British champion to the sidelines, and is last fight took place in July of 2013, when he lost to Max Bursak on points in a bid to win a European title.

However, the fighter from Droylsden is very fit again, and he went to move up in the middleweight division, having renewed his very efficient partnership with Bob Shannon, his trainer.

“I had some trouble with my shoulder, but now I’m back,” said Arron . “I’m training with Bob Shannon, we had a lot of success together and I’m hoping for more success in the future.

“I’m hoping to fight in the next two or three months. I’m back in the gym now, just ticking over. The shoulder is okay, it’s not right yet, but in the next couple of months it will be okay.

“I can’t wait to get in the mix and be in some great fights.”

In 2010, Arron entered the British scene, and was able to win the light-middleweight Prizefighter. The next year he stopped Sam Webb with a very big beating, clinching the Lonsdale belt, in a fight that sportsbook software services will remember for a long time.

However, the fighter quickly lost the belt when he lost on points to Brian Rose, who tops the Blackpool bill this weekend.

Arron has to build himself again after his compulsory break from the sport, and he believes that he’s able to be very successful when fighting at a higher division in weight.

“I felt weight drained when I lost my British title,” said the fighter. “That’s no excuse why I lost the fight, but I felt pretty drained. It’s probably middleweight that I’m going to come back at.

“I’m only 27. Everyone says ‘you have been around for ages and ages’ and I’ve had quite a few fights, but even with 12 months out, I’m still only 27 – and I’ve got a lot of experience.

“I still believe I can go on and do great things. I can’t wait, it’s been a bit rollercoaster. I’ve had my ups and downs, but I’m due an up now so I can’t wait to get back in there.

“Me and Bob are going to be back in the next few months so keep an eye on that.”