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Cain Lewis has time to deliver

Cain Lewis [3 (1)-0-1] assures there is plenty more to come and plenty more time to deliver it.

The young Meath prospect made some noise at the end of a quiet year with victory over Luke Fash in Coventry late last month.

The victory was just the Ballymun BC graduate’s second of 2022 and despite the fact he wants a much busier 2023, the underage European medal winner isn’t too perturbed with how the last 12 months have gone.

At just 19, Lewis points out he isn’t in any hurry, content to learn be it in the gym or in the pro ring. The Vernon Carroll trained teen prospect also wants to look forward instead of back and has hopes of a progressive 12 months.

“I haven’t had much happen in 2022 but as I said before I’m young and have time on my hands to keep learning and improving,” he told Irish-boxing.com after winning his Fazh bash.

“I’m happy to end this year with a good performance and looking forward to the future.”

Lewis, who had a very educational draw in just his second fight, believes he showed some of those improvements in his 40-35 win over the experienced Fash.

“I’m delighted with that win on a great show. I’m happy with my performance. I think I boxed well, he was a tough lad and I’m happy to get the rounds in.

“It was another great experience for me and there is plenty more to come. I got to go out there and show another side of me,a side people haven’t seen yet,” he adds before laying out his New Years’ resolutions.

“Now I’m looking forward to next year and hoping it will be a big year for me. I’m looking to step up the rounds. Also, I have to thank my team for all the hard work this year. Even though not much happened we are in it for the long run and we never stop working. We are always in the gym improving so big thanks to all my team.”


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