In this page, you will find a list of 25 quotes from Paul Butler, from different articles. We analyzed 9 articles in which Paul Butler has been quoted in topics like Tete and Molina. Paul Butler’s most recent quote is: “Jamie McDonnell holds the WBA title we want him next. I wish him all the best against Liborio Solis [on November 4]”. To see more examples Paul Butler’s views and opinions, check out the section below.
Jamie McDonnell holds the WBA title we want him next. I wish him all the best against Liborio Solis [on November 4].
It was very sweet. Great competitor Stuey Hall, we knew how tough he was. I'm a lot more composed.
I'm very happy to be teaming up with Matchroom Boxing and Sky Sports on the biggest and best platform in boxing. I'm craving those big nights and more world titles and I feel now I have the team in place to deliver that. I'm excited to be straight i[...]
It's a stacked card with some great 50-50 fights and I'm expecting to bring big numbers from my hometown for this must-win fight.
"I'm buzzing to get back in the ring and put in another top performance and push on towards a second world title at bantamweight,". "I believe all of the bantamweight world title holders are there for the beating.
With Joe in my corner I'm confident of taking on anyone. I'm really enjoying working with Joe and the rest of the lads at the gym. I've known most of them since I was an amateur and constantly pick up new things training alongside them. After this f[...]
Just being around the lads in the gym and seeing the big fights that they're involved in is good to be around and it gives you a real push. I've known most of the guys in the gym since I was an amateur. Working alongside them and watching them train[...]
"I'm really looking forward to working alongside Joe,". "We've already been working on a few little things in the gym that will improve me. He's a great professional and has watched all of my previous fights to pinpoint areas in which I can improve.
I've won a world title at bantamweight before so the opportunities should come so hopefully, by the end of the year, we'll be in another big title fight.
The lessons have been learnt from the loss to Tete and although I'll never forget it, I have to start rebuilding myself and get the confidence back which means getting back in the ring and start mixing it up, which is what I'm sure a Mexican like Mo[...]
I'm certainly not looking past Molina right now and he's my first and only thought. Once I deal with him then I'll be in a better position to see what's next.
"For me this is about getting back in the ring and doing what I do best,". "I'm in this sport to become a world champion. I've tasted it once and I want that feeling again which is driving me to fight again. I want to prove it to myself and my fans[...]
I want to be world champion again and the road back starts at the Olympia on Saturday June 20.
The thought of quitting never went through my mind, I knew in my heart that I wanted to fight again, but I just had to get my head around the loss and get back in the gym which is what I did and I'm now ready to go.
It's going to be a massive night in Liverpool and one to remember.
To become a two-time and two-weight world champion and to join other British champions like Duke McKenzie, David Haye, Ricky Hatton, Nigel Benn and Chris Eubank in the history books is a massive motivator for me.
Breaking records is great, but my primary focus is beating Tete and becoming world champion. He's a southpaw and a good, tough, world champion, but as I've shown against a bigger man like Hall, I need to use my hand speed and combinations, with my [...]
Winning one world title is every boxers dream, to win a second world title would be just unbelievable and to do it in back-to-back fights makes it more special.
By beating Tete I will achieve another feat not done since Bob Fitzsimmons well over a hundred years ago and win a second world title in a lighter division which again would be an honour.
"I can't wait to face Tete and take that world title from him,". "He gets my full respect for being world champion and for coming to Liverpool to defend his title against me, but when he gets in that ring he will be in against a man who is totally f[...]
I'd like to thank the IBF for allowing me to fight for their prestigious world title and to Stuart Hall, who put up a tremendous battle, and to my manager and promoter Frank Warren and Hall's promoter Dennis Hobson for putting the fight together and[...]
Of course, another return to bantamweight isn't out of the picture in the future. I'm still only 25 and in the next couple of years I could fill out and mature some more and be more comfortable at that weight, but for now I'm focused on winning and [...]
"It's a beautiful belt and it's hard to relinquish it seeing as it's the first world title that I've won, but I knew that it was always going to be the case if I won it I'd have to return it and go back to down to super-flyweight,"
When the opportunity came to fight Hall for the title I knew that it was a fight that I could win and I grabbed the chance with both hands. To become a world champion in only my 16th fight was an absolute dream come true. Obviously there was a big s[...]
Now I aim to win a world title at super-fly and achieve another dream of becoming a two-weight world champion in reverse. Most of the British greats have gone up through the weights like Duke McKenzie, David Haye, Ricky Hatton, Nigel Benn and Chris [...]