Nathan Dale is a pro boxer from Norwich. He has won the IBF world youth title and has built an unbeaten record of 17-0 in professional boxing.
What made you start boxing?
I started boxing when I was nine years old, a family member used to be a boxing coach at the local gym, so I thought that I’d give it a go to get fit and lose a bit of weight.
Which fight would you say is the highlight of your career?
I had lots of high quality fights in amateur boxing which has helped my progress in the pro game. I would say that every fight is a highlight, in pro and amateur, because it has made me into the person I am today.
What is your main title aim and how long do you think it will take to achieve it?
Obviously for every boxer it’s to win a world title, but I’d love to be in big fights with or without titles.
What do you feel are your main strengths?
That’s for my trainer to say, but I’m never satisfied with myself and there is always room to improve.
Who would you most like the opportunity to fight?
Anyone who is anyone in the light welterweight division.
What fight(s) would you like to see happen at world level in your division?
Adrian Broner vs. Terence Crawford
Where do you see yourself and what do you want to have achieved in a year from now?
My manger and trainer Graham Everett will guide me, I have faith in him. All I need to do is train hard and always be ready for the opportunity.