Scott Quigg says the trepidation of disappointment is propelling him in front of his fight with super-bantamweight rival Carl Frampton.
The WBO champion tackles IBF champion Frampton in an excitedly anticipated unification battle at Manchester Arena on February 27, live on Sky Sports Box Office.
Quigg, as Frampton, has never tasted rout in the expert positions and he concedes the considered losing his unbeaten record is giving him all the inspiration he needs to grasp his initial morning preparing.
At the point when gotten some information about what drives him to starting preparing in the early hours, Quigg told Sky Sports News HQ: “The apprehension of losing, I have said it from the start. No one needs to get up as of now and get up, the body is not worked for that.
“Yet, for reasons unknown, I can spring out of bed in light of the fact that the trepidation of disappointment and apprehension of losing is the thing that drives me on and that is the reason I do what I do and I cherish what I do.”
He included: “To wind up bound together champion is the thing that I need to be. I have come into boxing to be title holder and on the grounds that I’ve accomplished that, I don’t stop there.
“I set new objectives and that is the thing that keeps the drive, the devotion and the center there consistently I wake up. It is about pushing ahead and showing signs of improvement.”
Quigg is get ready for his standoff with Frampton in the Peak District and is embraced tiresome seven-and-a-half mile goes through the slopes of the Dovestones to guarantee he is in the most ideal condition for the session.
The 27-year-old said: “I continue experiencing the apparatuses like it’s battle night – the initial four adjusts, the second four rounds and the last four rounds are the title rounds.
“That last piece you have a few individuals in front and you must move beyond them at one point.”